Le Locle is the name of the town where Tissot was founded and works, and it is also the name of one of the brand’s watch collections. It now includes the Tissot Le Locle Automatic Lady, a watch that combines traditionally female characteristics such as the slender Roman numerals and mother-of-pearl dial with a relatively large case size, 39.3 mm. The thickness of 9.75 mm makes it wearable and comfortable. Two models have Top Wesselton diamonds on the hour markers for extra glitter.
Inside the case is the self-winding ETA 2824-2 movement, which can be glimpsed through the caseback which has a sapphire glass display window along with elaborate decorative framing. The watch has a leather strap with butterfly clasp. Water resistance rating is 3 bar (30 metres, splash resistance only, no swimming or showering).
A range of five models are available, with different case, dial and strap colours. The cases are in steel with rose or yellow gold PVD coating.
Prices and references:
In the images below, top, from left, T41542393 (€540); T41545386 (€645); T41641363 (€540)
Bottom, left, T41642396 (€645); right, T41645383 (€540)