Tissot again adds to its successful PRX collection that was introduced two years ago. This time, two chronograph executions will join the family that breathes new life into an iconic 70’s timepiece with a bold sporty look and feel.
The PRX Automatic Chronograph, water-resistant to 100 meters, debuts in a 42mm satin-finished stainless steel case with the characteristically sleek, angular form and is driven by the brand’s A05.H31 calibre which is Valjoux-based. However, the power reserve of the automatic movement is extended to 60 hours.
The PRX Automatic Chronograph is available in two colorways, one is a blue dial with silvery-white subdials, and the other is a silvery-white dial white black subdials. It will hit the stores in June 22 and retail for approximately $1,600.
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