An uncompromising essential

A throwback to a flagship design from 1978, the PRX 40 205 is an essential timepiece with integrated case and bracelet. Made remarkable by its slim, timeless and solid design, this is an ideal watch for those with a passion for design and an eye for ingenuity

First designed in the late 1970s

Tissot has always known how to interpret the designs of its time. The late 1970s gave rise to a series of Tissot timepieces with integrated bracelet, fitted with newly developed quartz movements. Their thinness allowed for slim cases.

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A Rounded Bezel

Thin, Curved And Carefully Polished, The PRX 40 205'S Bezel Defines Its Design As Much As The Case And Bracelet Do. It Creates A Salient, Perfect Circle At The Heart Of A Watch That's Really Oval.
Within It, Tissot Has Laid Down Dials With Sophisticated Textures, Like Sun-Brushing Or Vertical-Brushing. They Echo The Finishings On The Case And Bracelet.

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A Widening Case

The PRX 40 205'S Case Widens As It Nears The Bracelet, Only To Better Integrate It. Defined By The Absence Of Lugs, This Integrated Design Rests On A Straight Case Edge That Seamlessly Turns Into The Bracelet's First Link.
The PRX 40 205 Feels Particularly Slim. This Effect Is Enhanced By The Closeness Between The Hands And Their Proximity To The Upper Crystal.

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