Tissot first debuted the Sideral S model in 1971, a colorful update to the 1969 model. This year, the Swiss watchmaker brings back the classic Sideral S and uses modern materials to reimagine its newest incarnation, the Tissot Sideral S Powermatic 80.
The Tissot Sideral S Powermatic 80 is available in three colors and has a black and gray marbled forged carbon case measuring 41mm in diameter by 46.5mm lug-to-lug. It features scratch-resistant sapphire crystals with antireflective coating on both the dial and the screw-down stainless steel see-through caseback, Super-LumiNova® coated indices, a multi-colored luminescent animation, a black PVD-finished stainless steel unidirectional rotating bezel, an interchangeable quick release perforated rubber strap, and water resistance of 300 meters.
Powering the new Tissot Sideral S Powermatic 80 is the Swiss automatic Powermatic 80 movement. It features a Nivachron balance spring, a skeletonized rotor, 23 jewels, and power reserves of up to 80 hours.
The Tissot Sideral S Powermatic 80 is available in yellow (ref. T145.407.97.057.00), blue (ref. T145.407.97.057.01), and red (ref. T145.407.97.057.02), and retails for $995 at Tissot boutiques worldwide. For more information, please visit the Tissot website.