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Posted 29 October 2022

Tissot Visodate Heritage Automatic Watch - £385 Delivered @ Bucherer

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This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Think the last generation visodate automatic is still selling for over £500, which makes this one for less than 400 a good deal imo.

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A classic model from the Tissot Heritage Visodate Men's collection. Crafted in stainless steel, with a white dial protected by scratch-resistant sapphire crystal

The dial features baton indexes, three hands and both a day & date display towards the 3-o-clock position. This watch is powered by automatic movement, with a power reserve of approx. 80 hours. A genuine brown leather strap completes the look, timeless for every day of the week.

With over 150 years' Swiss watchmaking heritage, Tissot offers sports, classic and trend timepieces using innovative technology.


  • Shape - Round
  • Case diameter - 40 mm
  • Case material - Stainless steel
  • Glass material - Sapphire
  • Water resistance - water resistant up to 30m/3atm
  • Dial color - Silver
  • Dial index - Index
  • Display - Date/Day
  • Strap material - Leather
  • Clasp - Folding

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    I got this second hand, stunning watch for the price, dial is very eye catching and the strap is good quality. Looks good on a variety of straps as well. Looks better than some of my higher end pieces!
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    I've had one of these for 8 years now. It's stunning.
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    This one is arguably nicer, but not as cheap. Only one left.
    As they discontinued this model, for the new powermatic 80 movement, then there may be a few about they are trying to shift.
    I think the one in this deal is the nicer of the two, but both solid watches for relatively little
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    Have some heat. Stunner. Just can’t buy another watch…Longines Hydroconquest and Tissot PRX Powermatic in the last month….however I don’t have a smart Swiss leather strapped watch…

    Maybe… (edited)
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    Stunningly beautiful watch. Reminds me of what my Grandad was wearing when he died.
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    This is a great watch for a good price. I use it as my daily wear and it’s very good. The reserve is quite short but it’s not an issue if you use it all the time. My only recommendation is to change the strap as I’m not a fan of the alligator skin.
    The new movement from tissot is 80 hours apparently (powermatic 80)
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    Bought this for £515 a year and half ago, stunning watch and always get asked about it. Looks brilliant worn casually or in more professional attire
    I have a different Tissot and got asked about and the same with my Garmin. Think you just need to meet a watch guy and wear t-shirts more and you’ll get your moment
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    Looks like this is an older model, 2016 is the year of release.

    Still a lovely looking watch. Can’t understand how this is still brand new, although it might explain why it’s reduced to get rid of the final stock.
    Yes all the tissot 'automatic' are being replaced by 'powermatic' movement I think. Hence the rare drop in prices.
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    Such a looker! I've seen it in the metal and absolutely love the clean, minimalistic look. Very classy!
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    That’s them cancelling orders this morning. Must have had too many orders.
    Did they cancel your order?
    Just placed an order and received the confirmation email.
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    Already out of stock
    48556077-32UKF.jpgStill in stock right now?
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    Once I had similar Tissot it was my worse watch ever.
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    Anyone who ordered heard anything yet? I ordered on Sunday and got an acknowledgement email but nothing else :/
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    Some loom wouldn't have hurt
    Here you go...