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Tissot T-Touch Titanium T33.7.788.51

Posted by wristwatch on September 1, 2007


This is the first touch screen watch in the world. Swiss quartz movement with small digital display at 6 o’clock position, Multifunction, Dress watch, Luminous hands and indexes, Small white indexes surround the outer dial, Titanium ratcheting bezel have directional N, S, E, W, Functions include: Altimeter, Chronograph, Compass, Alarm, Thermometer, Meteo (Barometer), Sapphire crystal, Titanium bezel, crown, selector buttons and case, Stainless steel screw-in caseback, 30 meters/100 feet water resistant.


* Glass : Sapphire Crystal
* Case material : Titanium 42mm
* Case diameter : 41.50 millimeters
* Case Thickness : 12.01 millimeters
* Band material : Titanium Bracelet
* Band width : 20 millimeters
* Dial color : Titanium case, Black dial
* Bezel material : Titanium
* Bezel Function : Compass
* Movement : Quartz
* Water resistant depth : 30 Meters

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2 Responses to “Tissot T-Touch Titanium T33.7.788.51”

  1. Dave Dyer said

    Quote: “This is the first touch screen watch in the world.” I beg to differ. I had a Casio calculator watch back in the eighties with a touch sensitive screen instead of a keypad. Unlike the Tissot, the conductive elements of the keypad were a transparent overlay on the crystal and consequently any scratch would render various numbers and buttons inoperative. Before long it could only do 1+1.

  2. Sunny P said

    This is one cool watch — I had a chance to play with one at Singapore’s Changi airport recently and was suitably impressed. PS – when buying, ensure you get the Titanium not the stainless steel (cheaper but heavier) model.

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