Broadly speaking, heritage-inspired watches fall into two significant camps — faithful reissues or modern interpretations. The Tissot Heritage 1973 Chronograph falls very much into the former camp. And, as far as faithful reissues go, it’s awesome.
The big picture is the case, which is a hefty, hunky cushion — bonus points for the smart mix of case finishings, which is something you rarely see on a watch, let alone one at this price point. The dial is also a straight-up smash hit: panda-style, with a retro Tissot logo and charming orange highlights. A domed sapphire tops it off and the 7753 is an exceptionally reliable auto that is the perfect choice for this sort of watch.
You don’t have to be a fan of mid-70s motorsports to wear this watch but, good golly, it would help.
Tissot Heritage 1973 Chronograph price
Tissot Heritage 1973 Chronograph, limited to 1973 pieces, $2900 AUD
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