Tissot is a Swiss luxury watchmaking company. It was established in 1853 by Charles-Félicien Tissot and his child Charles-Émile Tissot in the Swiss city of Le Locle. Charles-Emile Tissot left for Russia in 1858 and prevailing with regards to selling their savonnette take watches over the Russian Empire. Tissot converged with Omega in 1930 and Tissot-Omega watches from this period are looked for after by gatherers. Tissot was utilized for downhill skiing in Switzerland in 1938 and the Davis Cup in 1957. Tissot's first commitment as an official timekeeper was in 1938 where they planned a progression of Ski races in Villars-sur-Ollon, close to the organization's main residence in the Jura mountains.