The Tissot Telemeter 1938 has a rich story to tell with its handsome archive dial, complete with chronograph, telemeter and tachymeter scales.
The Telemeter echoes the first Tissot used in sports timekeeping. First used in 1938 at an Alpine ski race, this began a sports timekeeping tradition that is alive and well at Tissot today, more than 80 years later.
The Telemeter 1938’s pure design captures the spirit of that first timekeeper, backed up by a contemporary automatic mechanical movement with a 68-hour power reserve. A watch for all time.
- Movement: Automatic Chronograph Valjoux - 62 Hours Power Reserve
- Case size: 42mm
- 316L stainless steel case
- Domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with double-sided antireflective coating
- See-through caseback