2015 MotoGP Tissot Watch Collection
Tissot, longtime partner from the MotoGP World Championship – the Grand Prix of motorbike racing – presented the 2015 collection of Tissot T-Race MotoGP limited edition watches on November 11 in the final race from the 2014 season in Valencia, The country. The collection is composed of 5 new watches as a whole: one by having an automatic mechanical movement, restricted to 3,333 pieces, another having a quartz movement, restricted to 8,888 pieces, and three other limited-edition watches personalized for any trio of MotoGP sports athletes and Tissot watch “ambassadors,” Nicky Hayden, Stefan Bradl, and Thomas Lüthi, each having a quartz movement and packed inside a racing-helmet-designed collectible box. All of the new watches possess a new, angular case design, with chronograph pushers inspired through the feet rests on bikes and back suspension rods affixing straps towards the cases. The black bezels and magnification-glass date window are holdovers from Tissot’s previous MotoGP watches. The Tissot T-Race MotoGP Automatic Limited Edition 2015, using its red-and-black motif, is easily the most without the brand new models, run by a Swiss-made automatic movement (most probably from ETA, Tissot’s sister company within the Swatch Group), that is visible via a wheel-formed case back window. The gray dial, having a checkered-flag motif and “starting grid” indices, is encircled with a tachymeter scale. The hands are covered with Super-LumiNova the case consists of 316L stainless steel, given black PVD, and water-resistant against 100 meters. The silicone strap includes a red racing stripe along with a push-button folding clasp. Another Tissot T-Race MotoGP Limited Edition 2015 shares its red-and-black aesthetic (and it is stainless steel-black PVD case) using the automatic model, but consists of a Swiss quartz movement rather than a viewing window, its case back includes a silk printed MotoGP logo design on sapphire glass. Its dial has got the collection’s “brake disk” design, with Super-LumiNova-covered round indices. The 2015 collection seemed to be given a fresher look: A clear, crisp new case design adds an angular edge while new pushers, formed like bike feet rests, jerk to Tissot’s sporting heritage. Back suspension rods which are highlighted within the bracelet’s attachment towards the case could keep the adrenaline moving. If you were a super fans of Tissot and also like motorcycle, don not miss this new model that will launch in 2015. It is really a hot model.