|Reference:||T079.427.27.057.00 (aka: T0794272705700)|
|Name:||PRS 516 Extreme Automatic Rubber|
Price in euro
The Tissot PRS 516 Extreme Automatic is an automatic chronograph with design cues taken from modern sports cars and their dashboards. The stainless steel case measures 44.4 mm across. Parts of it feature a black PVD coating. This version is powered by the automatic caliber C01.211, which can be admired through the sapphire crystal caseback.
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.
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