There are only five units of this Swiss automatic stainless steel watch left in stock.
One WatchUSeek reader recently purchased this 2014 T-Race MotoGP Automatic Chronograph Limited Edition from Tissot, tipping us off to this sale. According to the brand’s Amazon shop there are only five units left in stock and considering they’re 41 percent off the original retail price (a savings of $587.51), they won’t last long.
This watch features a stainless steel case with an anti-clockwise rotating bezel with GMT function. The gray carbon dial is inspired by the dashboard of a motorcycle. It features a tachymeter and three sub-dials with 30 minute, 60 second and 1/1o of a second displays. There’s also a date window in the three o’clock position. Luminous index hands and stick hour markers stand in contrast to the red chronograph and second hands.
The window is made of scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and the watch features a skeleton case back with the MotoGP logo. Water resistant to 100 meters, this casual timepiece is ready with a black and red silicone strap and foldover clasp with push-button release. The watch comes in its own special edition helmet box and production of this edition was limited to 3,333 watches.
We couldn’t find a product page for this watch on Tissot’s corporate website but for a closer look you can check out this short YouTube video by Tissot that teases the watch. Price:
$1,425 $837.49 at Amazon
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