There are watches. And there are Tissot casual watches. Some are dressy enough for your date nights and there are some that will become as familiar and comfortable as your favorite pair of jeans. All of these watches provide sturdiness, durability and that ruggedness required in a casual watch.
These watches, tastefully chosen can be the greatest expression of your personal style and good taste. However, If you carry a cell phone, it’s probably safe to say that your watch is not so important as a functional item as it is a fashion accessory. So, selecting the proper casual watch means choosing one that is harmonious with your casual style of dress and lifestyle.
There are Many Great Reasons for Choosing Tissot Casual Watches. Here are 5 of them:
Tissot PRS 516 Chronograph
Tissot Seastar 1000 Quartz Chronograph
Tissot Gentleman Titanium
Are Tissot quartz watches worth it?
I believe it’s important to always look at any and all things in your life from the standpoint of value and not price – and watches are certainly no exception. The famous English writer John Ruskin once said, “It’s unwise to pay too much, but it’s worse to pay too little. When you pay too much, you lose a little money – that’s all. When you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything, because the thing you bought was incapable of doing the thing it was bought to do.”
So let’s use the Tissot PRS 516 Chronograph (T100.417.11.051.00) as an example. This chronograph comes with a ceramic bezel ring chosen for its durability, resistance to scratches and longevity. It has a sapphire crystal which is one of the hardest materials in the world. Like the ceramic bezel, the sapphire crystal is resistant to scratches and has an anti-reflective coating as well. It has a 316L stainless steel case which is resistant to corrosion, as well as being water-resistant up to 100 m/300 ft. The bracelet is made of stainless steel and has a butterfly clasp with push button closure. While quartz movements are very basic and may even seem uneventful, they remain one of the most reliable movements because of their accuracy. The precision tolerance of Tissot’s quartz watches is around -0.5 to +0.7 seconds per day.
So… the question you should be asking yourself is, “Does Tissot provide the value I’m looking for in a casual quartz watch?” Only you can answer that question. But, from the example given, I believe Tissot quartz watches answer the bell.
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