Tissot Men’s T17152652 PRC 200 Watch

BRAND NAME : Tissot PRC200

4   ( 116 Customer Reviews )

MODEL NUMBER : T17152652

PART NUMBER : T17152652


CASE MATERIAL : Stainless steel

CASE DIAMETER : 40 millimeters

CASE THICKNESS : 11 millimeters

BAND LENGHT : Men’s Standard

BAND WIDTH : 15 millimeters 


SPACIAL FEATURES  : Screw down crown, Shock resistant, Water Resistant

ITEM WEIGHT : 2.72 Ounces

MOVEMENT : Swiss quartz


WAREANTY TYPE : Contact seller of record

SHIPPING : This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.

PRICE : $450.00
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 IN STOCK Ships from and sold by Amazon.com.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews by GoodDesign

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I love this watch. As subtle as it appears, it does seem to grab attention, and I enjoy the dressy-casual paradox it creates. While not pretentious, it is definitely bold, as one reviewer put it, and you should be prepared for strangers asking you what kind of watch it is. I’m not that familiar with Tissot watches, so in the way of metrics, I would say that it is nicer than a Bulova Marine Star (a solid watch in its own right) but a good step below a TAG Heuer Carrera (but the TAG has an automatic movement).The strap and chronograph imply “working man’s watch.” No frou-frou here. But the massiveness, precision design and elegant finish tell you it’s a little nicer than a simple workhorse timepiece.

One quirk is the layout of the hands and dials. The large yellow “seconds” hand in the central dial location is not the real-time seconds hand, but rather that of the chrono; this hand remains perpetually at 12 o’clock (until you start the chronograph). All chrono functions are color-coded with yellow hands, which is a thoughtful touch. The real-time seconds are actually marked by a secondary (white) dial at the 6 o’clock position. The casual observer, seeing the large stopped hand, might think your watch battery has stopped. I have a Lucien Piccard with this setup, so I guess I will just get used to it.

The reviewer who complained about the buckle-clasp makes a valid point. In theory, these buckle-clasps should work fine. However, on my wrist, the strap is tight enough to nearly take off skin when I slide it on, yet when I clasp it shut, it is still too loose to stay in place. I will also look into after-market straps with conventional buckles. There’s no good excuse for spending more than ten seconds to put on a wristwatch, no matter how nice it looks. But straps come and go, so this isn’t a huge deal.

– Very elegant for a casual watch
– Size, mass and depth (the depth of the watch is thicker than a Sharpie-brand marker)
– Good overall design; looks like it could have been designed by an architect
– Internal tachymeter on a beveled ring; allows for a larger crystal and a cleaner look

– The chronograph “seconds” hand, at the home position, is slightly off-center against the 12 o’clock tick mark on the watch face, indicating a quality control issue at the factory. You would have to look very closely to notice this, however.
– The fancy clasp is over-designed and should be replaced with a more effective buckle design.

As a side note, I noticed today that Amazon shows the MSRP as $425, however, the retail tag attached to the watch I received through Amazon states $395. As of February 2008, the online price is still $273 with free UPS shipping (signature required).

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