By Solitaire Magazine

Curvaceous, tasteful, unique — just a few elements that the Tissot Heritage Porto timepiece boasts. Blessed with good looks that bring together vintage elements and modern flair, the watch is heavily inspired by the Art Nouveau movement, appealing to those who appreciate fine aesthetics and excellent performance.

As you take in the Heritage Porto’s design more closely, you will see that fluid and sensual lines take centre stage with its domed tonneau shape. Beyond this, a closer look will draw your attention towards the use of scrolled typography, with curves perfectly fitting into the perspective created by the domed dial. What’s even more impressive is that the curved shape also plays a role in the timepiece’s overall ergonomics. Its full back is domed to comfortably fit onto the curve of the wrist. What’s more, the crown is wedged at the centre of the case’s middle band so as not to rub onto the wrist.

Heritage Porto Quartz

Heritage Porto Mechanical

The Heritage Porto is available in both mechanical movement and quartz. The former (fitted with the self-winding ETA 7001 calibre) features a steel or pink gold PVD-treated steel, as well as small seconds positioned at 6 o’clock and a white opaline dial that offsets black numerals. Meanwhile, the latter is a bit more understated in its design with just two hands on either a silver sunburst or black opaline dial.

Completing the timepiece’s elegant look is a brown or black leather strap with crocodile embossing and a triple-blade folding clasp with pink gold PVD steel safety pushers.

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