Automatic chronograph movement with date window. Introduced in 2008-2009 as the result Tissot asking ETA to develop a Swiss made chronograph movement suitable for large-scale production at low cost, though collectors soon recognized the famed Lemania 5100 in the lay-out. The latter was mostly seen in military- and tool-watches and discontinued in the early 2000's. The new C01.211 is mostly (or only?) found in the lower segment brands of the Swatch Group.
All watches using this caliber:
T099.427.11.038.00 Tissot Chemin des Tourelles Automatic Chronograph Stainless Steel / Silver / Bracelet