Swiss watch brand Tissot is popular for its large watches for men, but it also has a wide array of equally excellent watches for women. This article will focus on these models—we’ll zero in on some of the brand’s bestsellers, as well as the ones that have received good reviews online.
Best Women’s Tissot Watches
Tissot Everytime Small
Many Tissot watches have versions for both men and women. The Tissot Everytime is one example of these collections, having sizes for both big and small wrists.
The Tissot Everytime Small ladies’ watch is a 30mm timepiece that has a classic design perfect for those looking for an everyday watch that’s sophisticated and versatile. This collection has a wide variety of straps and colors, as well as different markers of Arabic, Roman, and indexes. See all the available styles here.
The leather and stainless steel varieties are great for those who want a professional look, while the NATO strap option has a more casual feel. If you’re looking for something slightly bigger, there is also the Tissot Everytime Medium collection, which has unisex 38mm options.
Tissot Lovely Square
If you’re looking for an elegant lady’s timepiece that stands out, check out the Tissot Lovely Square line. This collection has different styles and models: leather or mesh band, indexes or diamonds, black or silver dial.
One thing that these watches have in common is the square case shape, an attractive design that is unique and simple at the same time. This chic design with its small 20mm size is an homage to the small Tissot watches that first came out in the 1960s. Vintage-looking with a contemporary design, these watches will look good in a professional setting or a formal event.
One of the most popular ladies’ watches of Tissot, the Flamingo collection is composed of elegant dress watches.
The Tissot Flamingo line has a number of strap options. There’s the bracelet style made of stainless steel, an excellent dress watch; the more casual style with either a black or white leather strap; and a combination of grey and yellow gold stainless steel strap.
These 30mm Swiss quartz watches are water-resistant to 50m, have a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The prices, which start at $295 on Tissot’s website, depending on the material used—check out this page to see all of the models and their price tags.
Tissot Lady Heart Powermatic 80
The Tissot Lady Heart collection has a skeleton feature at 12 o’clock to show a part of its automatic movement. This watch is not cheap, costing around $700, but its movement and unique design have made it one of the brand’s most popular dress watches.
There are seven models available (such as this one), all having the flower-shaped skeleton window feature and a see-through case back, but with different case colors (white, black) and a variety of straps (leather or stainless steel). These watches also have a power reserve up to 80 hours and a butterfly clasp buckle.
The Tissot T-Wave watch, such as this gold-tone black leather, was inspired by the movements of a ribbon, resulting in a gentle and feminine design that will look great on small wrists.
The T-Wave watch collection has different variations. Aside from the leather, there are also stainless steel straps, different dials such as mother of pearl and blue. Because of this, the prices are different as well–the simpler models are priced at around $300, and the one with dial diamonds are priced at over $600. Check out the different options here.
Tissot Heritage Visodate Automatic
The Tissot Heritage Visodate is one of the unisex watches we’ll feature on this list. At 40mm, this collection will look great on both small and big wrists.
The Heritage Visodate has different straps available (there are leather and mesh) and two dials (black and silver opaline). The markers for all models are Arabic and indexes.
This is a watch for those who like vintage designs. The Heritage Visodate model T118.410.36.057.00, for instance, was mentioned by this review as having an “old school” look (this model has a stainless steel case with an antique bronze PVD coating, making it look vintage).
During the 1950s, Tissot started integrating a date function to its watches. One of these innovations is the Visodate, a collection of watches that have a legible date window at 3 o’clock, and a slightly curved dial that mirrors the scratch-resistant, domed sapphire glass.
The video below was a 1950s ad promoting the date function in a mechanical watch.
Tissot Everytime Swissmatic
Another popular unisex line is the Everytime Swissmatic. Available in both leather and stainless steel straps, as well as Arabic and index markers, this collection is for those looking for a watch with a large and legible case, and a simplicity that allows the watch to be easily matched with any outfit.
Some of the features of the 40mm watch include a 72-hour power reserve, a domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, and a Swiss Tissot automatic movement. These watches are also water-resistant to 30m, so they can handle minor contact with water.
See all of the available models here.
Tissot Chemin Des Tourelles Powermatic 80
Available in sized both for men and women, the Tissot Chemin Des Tourelles collection was named after a street in Le Locle, Switzerland, where Tissot has its headquarters today.
This 32mm watch has an elegant design that comes in different straps, colors, and markers (see all of them here). These have a see-through case back where you see the Swiss automatic movement and has a power reserve of 80 hours.
Tissot PR 100 Sport Chic
The Tissot PR 100 Sport Chic is just the right combination of feminine and sporty styles. Available in seven different styles, these 36mm watches look powerful, perfect for those looking for a ladies’ watch that can be worn in casual and formal occasions.
These are 100m water resistant, has a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, and a variety of dial colors (black or white mother of pearl or silver). Because of its slightly bigger case size, the markers and hands are very legible.
See all of the models here.
Tissot Carson Premium Automatic Lady
Last but not least is the luxurious Tissot Carson Automatic, a watch that has both men’s and ladies’ models.
This line has a total of five models (prices start at around $650): stainless steel or leather straps, indexed and diamond markers, black or silver dials. These watches also have an impressive power reserve of 38 hours.
If you’re serious about starting a watch collection, this is a good starting point: it has an elegant and classic design and has a reliable Swiss automatic movement. The see-through case back is also a plus.
Tissot has been around since 1853, with father and son Charles-Félicien and Charles-ÉmileTissot opening a shop in Le Locle, Switzerland. The brand continues to produce watches to this day, which makes them one of the most trusted Swiss watch companies in the world.
If you’d like to learn more, check out our previous article about the brand, where we talked more about its rich history and reputation, as well as where to buy them and how to spot fakes.
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We hope this article was helpful and has allowed you to learn more about the ladies’ watches of Tissot. If you didn’t find anything you like, you can keep exploring the brand’s website here, which allows you to see the different collections arranged by categories.