Created for those with an eye for design and packed with twenty-first century features in a Tissot case shape from 1978, the PRX Chrono is a must-have on every watch fan’s wish list. This 42mm satin-finished steel watch follows the PRX’s sleek, angular form, adding to the laid-back 1970s sports watch style with a so-called ‘reverse panda’ dial. The PRX Chrono is powered by the Valjoux A05.H31 caliber, which provides the design with the classic 3, 6 and 9 chronograph dial layout and an extended 60-hour power reserve.

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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.


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.



The ETA Valjoux calibre is a sturdy, self-winding chronograph movement. The top-of-range model has beautiful finishing touches, such as Geneva waves or circular graining. Designed in the 1970s, its reliability and performance have made it a classic across eras. It is one of the most iconic movements in the world of watch-making.



A sapphire crystal gives a watch the following properties: extremely high resistance to impact and superior screen and hand readability thanks to its transparency. Because it is the strongest material after diamonds, it is used in fine timepieces for its anti-scratch prowess. Sapphire crystals can take many forms and give the watch a variety of looks: flat, domed, concave or ground.