A series of new 2-[(arylsulfonyl)imino]-2,3-dihydrothiazolyl derivatives substituted on the heterocyclic N by a phenoxyacetic moiety was prepared according to a Hantzsch's synthesis between N, N'-disubstituted thioureas and chloroacetaldehyde. The regiochemistry of the cyclocondensation reaction was established by high resolution NMR methods. Potential thromboxane A/prostaglandin H (TxA/PGH) receptor antagonism was evaluated using human platelet aggregation assays and radioligand binding studies. The results showed that the affinity for the TxA/PGH receptor was strongly dependent on the position of the oxyacetic acid side chain. On the basis of the X-ray crystal analysis of compound 9f, a molecular modelling was undertaken on compounds 3d, 3e, and 3f. Comparison with the 3D structure of sulotroban was discussed.