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Tissot men's watch cheap £136.00 @ Beaverbrooks

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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
Cheap price for a Swiss watch not under £200 most places
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#1
looks lovely, great price for Tissot heated.
#2
OOS?
#3
Swiss does not always = quality, my Tissot is a piece of crap, battery lasted about a year, didn't want to pay £30 to have it replaced
as it's not worth it (waterproof to 100m so they charge extra to replace the battery).
#4
OOS
#5
Wouldn't dream of going to a jeweller for a battery replacement...... buy a battery for a few quid and fit it yourself, piece of p***.
#6
Biker Jeff
Wouldn't dream of going to a jeweller for a battery replacement...... buy a battery for a few quid and fit it yourself, piece of p***.


It really is a simple task even with the 'waterproofing'
#7
Most of my watches are 200mtr WR and I've never had one lose its WR through changing the battery myself...... Just put some light oil on the rubber seal.
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Assuming your watch was genuine in the first place .... I bought a prc 200 from amazon last year, but posts on hotuk started to appear saying amazon were selling fakes. I thought it was unlikely as it was from amazon and not a market seller ... but it was true. Amazon launched an enquiry that went on for months and to their credit, one day a brand new watch turned up in the post. What was scarey was that its virtually impossible to tell them apart visually. It was the packaging that was the giveaway. They never asked for the fake back ....
#9
Bigfootpete
Swiss does not always = quality, my Tissot is a piece of crap, battery lasted about a year, didn't want to pay £30 to have it replaced
as it's not worth it (waterproof to 100m so they charge extra to replace the battery).

I don't think the battery dying was the manufacturers fault, their performance is subject to extreme heat and cold and other factors, perhaps a faulty battery, or a watch that's been on display/storage for a while before you purchased it?

They charge a premium for servicing the watch, but that's to be expected. Cheap car MOT = cheap, luxury car MOT = expensive. Even the most simple thing like replacing the wing mirror glass on the car would set me back £150 from the dealer. Did it myself for £11 and some elbow grease. Same for watch batteries, Tissot charge £30 for battery replacement, Timex charge £10 and I did it myself for 99p.

In any case, Tissot DO make quality watches, and swiss watches are generally highly sought after for their build quality. Even thought, the Tissot is an entry level swiss brand, with swatch ETA movements, the quality is not to be questioned. My Tissot and Hamilton have performed really well over the last 24 months, and the only adjustment I had to make was the date (no perpetual calendar - out of my budget), otherwise time-keeping was impeccable. Compared to my timex, citizen and sekonda watches, I reckon the Tissot outperforms them all.
#10
zoopakev
Assuming your watch was genuine in the first place .... I bought a prc 200 from amazon last year, but posts on hotuk started to appear saying amazon were selling fakes. I thought it was unlikely as it was from amazon and not a market seller ... but it was true. Amazon launched an enquiry that went on for months and to their credit, one day a brand new watch turned up in the post. What was scarey was that its virtually impossible to tell them apart visually. It was the packaging that was the giveaway. They never asked for the fake back ....

you actually managed to get something out of them? I'm still arguing with them now! How did you get them to send you a new one.
#11
[/quote] you actually managed to get something out of them? I'm still arguing with them now! How did you get them to send you a new one.[/quote]
I kept reviewing every prc 200 watch on their site and posted pictures of mine and the tatty box, docs etc. I also made a banner picture ( a big star with the word 'FAKE' across it) and set it as the default. What this did was to appear on every one of the watches' main page as a customer image so it looked very prominent. They didn't ask me to remove them, but strangely i cant see them anymore. I dont think they liked it very much, but it did work, and I didn't fib about anything etc.

Edited By: zoopakev on Jul 24, 2014 13:33
#12
I have a prs200 tissot which I've had about 8 years . I paid about £17 - £18 in Timpsons and that includes battery for life. I have never had any problem with the seal and i use it in showers , swimming , hot tub etc . Never had a problem with it and when the battery dies I get it replaced for free now . If your going to keep any watch I would advise taking it to Timpsons , great service , great price and pay only once.
#13
Back in stock
#14
Oos

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