Tissot Announces New Tactile Watch: The Navigator 3000

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Tissot Navigator 3000

Swiss watchmaker Tissot recently announced a new member of their Tactile line: the Navigator 3000. It has appeared as a blurry picture next to a “coming soon” teaser on their site for quite some time, but now the picture is finally clear, and some specs and pictures have been published.

Before I get into the details of the Navigator, I’d like to mention a few things about Tissot Tactile watches in general. First of all, I happen to be wearing a T-Touch on on my wrist right now (detailed review forthcoming), and I love it. The Tactile line of watches allows you to navigate by tapping the sapphire crystal in different locations rather than pressing a mode button over and over. They are technically impressive, classy watches, and I think the Navigator 3000 is a great addition.

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Features of the Tissot Navigator 3000 include:

  • Tactile crystal to navigate through five modes and multiple time zones.
  • World time (150 countries or cities).
  • Countdown timer.
  • Stopwatch.
  • Two programmable alarms and five alarm melodies.
  • Multiple date formats.
  • Backlight to illuminate the LCD.

The target market for this watch is obviously the traveling business executive, but I’d argue it packs a little something for everyone. It will be available in four different styles (the one pictured here is my favorite), and will probably go for between $400 and $600, though don’t hold anyone to that number. Stay tuned for a detailed review as soon as I can get my hands on one.

Tissot’s site could be easier to navigate, so I’ve taken the liberty of providing some links here:

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1 Comment

  1. I heared that there will be a new type of Navigator to come out this year? Is this correct?

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