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Tissot Chemin Des Tourelles Squelette Watch

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While the name is certainly a mouthful and perhaps even a beast to translate, the appeal of Tissot's Chem Des Tourelles Squelette Watch is universarly apparent. To start, the "Squelette" part translates to skeleton in French, which is exactly the build you'll get on both sides of the dial. Inside, the meticulous craftsmanship of the wheel-inspired Swiss quartz mechanical movement is visible in its entirety, worthy of plenty of attention while also ensuring accurate time keeping. Available with both a leather strap or a bracelet, the face also can feature a combination of grey with rose gold accents or gray with blue accents. Regardless of your choice, however, this is looks to hit the sweet spot of luxury, performance, and not to mention, a relatively approachable price point. Water resistant down to 50 meters and packed with a 46 hour power reserve, head to the Tissot online site to learn more and to find a local retailer.