The Tissot Chemin des Tourelles is the latest creation from the brand and tells part of its history. It is named after the street in the town of Le Locle, Switzerland, where Tissot set up its factory in 1907 and has remained ever since. Celebrating more than a century of watchmaking expertise, the watch comes in a multitude of different executions, expressed in a case with a resolutely contemporary design. From the three-hand model to the chronograph, it conveys an elegance that is orchestrated right the way through to the smallest details, with a Clous de Paris hobnail pattern below Roman numerals here, and a sunburst dial motif there. It comes in steel or in a two-tone version that may be set with diamonds in some versions. This symbiosis between technical expertise and aesthetic appeal gives this model an opulent yet accessible style characteristic of the Tissot approach to watchmaking.