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Old 05-21-2015, 03:40 PM   #16
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Building on the success of the T-Complication Squelette that was launched in 2013, Tissot has released a dressier alternative in the Chemin des Tourelles Squelette.
Tissot uses the same manual wind ETA 6497-1 movement as the Squelette, but the Chemin des Tourelles showcases this beautiful movement in a softer, less mechanical way. At 42mm, the rounded case and thinner lugs also add to the dressier appeal of the new addition. By using smartly designed bridges and plates, Tissot has found a happy medium between showcasing the movement while allowing for high legibility with a skeletonized watch.

MSRP: $2,325

Below is the T-Complications Squelette that was launched in 2013:
This unique timepiece offers a modern take on the traditional look of skeletonized movements. The design, inspired by a wheel, combined with the brushed 43mm steel case, gives the watch an industrial feel not often found with skeleton designs. With its hand-wound movement, the Squelette is beautiful blend of traditional watch making and contemporary design.

MSRP: $2,250

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