Tissot Pr100 Automatic Mens Watch £360 delivered @ Goldsmiths
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Tissot Pr100 Automatic Mens Watch £360 delivered @ Goldsmiths

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Posted 11th AprEdited by:"vizta"
  • Automatic Movement (Swiss)
  • Stainless Steel & Strap
  • Case Width Approx 39mm
  • Case Depth Approx 14mm
  • Blue Dial
  • Date Window
  • Luminous Hands & Hour Markers
  • Sapphire Crystal Glass
  • Water Resistant 100 Meters
  • Two Year Guarantee
  • Complete With Tissot Presentation Box
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I know some dislike the Powermatic 80 movement but iam loving the dial colour
Nice dial is it a good price i am tempted
I like the movement, the looks and Tissot generally, but 39mm feels like a child or ladies watch on my wrist. Hot from me by the way.
I have this watch: the dial is beautiful, the strap feels solid and the movement is fairly accurate. Love it!
would love a seastar automatic at this price. tried a couple on and very tempted
Abbadon11/04/2020 17:17

I like the movement, the looks and Tissot generally, but 39mm feels like a …I like the movement, the looks and Tissot generally, but 39mm feels like a child or ladies watch on my wrist. Hot from me by the way.


Wrist shot please!
J40NYR11/04/2020 17:35

would love a seastar automatic at this price. tried a couple on and very …would love a seastar automatic at this price. tried a couple on and very tempted


seastar is an awesome watch i own one
Gorgeous watch, in the design I usually go for. Heat added!
Mike_HUKD11/04/2020 17:41

Wrist shot please!


I never realised I had a big ish wrist until i bought a second hand watch, guy was rather large and had removed 4 links from the strap. I assumed I would need to remove more but no, had to put 2 back in. Anyway pic of me wearing the only 39MM watch I have.

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Abbadon11/04/2020 19:52

I never realised I had a big ish wrist until i bought a second hand watch, …I never realised I had a big ish wrist until i bought a second hand watch, guy was rather large and had removed 4 links from the strap. I assumed I would need to remove more but no, had to put 2 back in. Anyway pic of me wearing the only 39MM watch I have.[Image]


Looks perfectly fine on your wrist IMO!
That s a skinny arm there.. you shouldn’t ever wear bigger than 39mm
bullsblood11/04/2020 20:13

That s a skinny arm there.. you shouldn’t ever wear bigger than 39mm



Yup arm is skinny but apparently bone is big, have bought leather straps that won't go round.

But what looks right is subjective and individual tastes differ, to me 45MM looks about right.
Abbadon11/04/2020 20:17

Yup arm is skinny but apparently bone is big, have bought leather straps …Yup arm is skinny but apparently bone is big, have bought leather straps that won't go round.But what looks right is subjective and individual tastes differ, to me 45MM looks about right.


Highly doubt 45mm looks right on anyone’s wrist. Oversized to the point of wearing a laptop on your wrist.
@vizta heat for the post would need to see it in flesh if the dial is nice but good find on an automatic Swiss for under £400.00.
I am unsure if this one or the one below, £100 cheaper...

pivcio12/04/2020 13:03

I am unsure if this one or the one below, £100 cheaper...[Image]


Agree. Much better looking. I wonder if it is a sapphire and if movement is is any good?
Just wondered how mike_HUKD could put extra links in the that type of watch strap?? Just wondering
Be aware the 80 hours power reserve gives you a lower bph so not as smooth a sweep as 28.8k movements.
Great looking watch, only thing I am not keen on is the cheap looking pressed clasp, surely well over £300 should get you a nice milled clasp.
pivcio12/04/2020 13:03

I am unsure if this one or the one below, £100 cheaper...[Image]


I’ve got one of those, it’s a great watch.
Got this watch. Lovely face, great quality.
How often would this need to be serviced?
I'd stay away from this, my wife had a powermatic 80 and it died in a little over 2 years this is with looking after it.

Searching looking online seems to imply that there's an issue with these, and apparently are impossible to service as they are laser calibrated or something.

Last Tissot I ever buy.
ha9ap12/04/2020 22:40

How often would this need to be serviced?


Servicing a watch is a bit of a joke unless it is like a £10k grand investment. I don't always service my boiler having watched the service engineer one year and he did little more than go over it with a duster. Cars need new oil and filters, what does a watch actually need?
Bardseybob12/04/2020 17:21

Just wondered how mike_HUKD could put extra links in the that type of …Just wondered how mike_HUKD could put extra links in the that type of watch strap?? Just wondering


How abbadon could put extra links in you mean??
ha9ap12/04/2020 22:40

How often would this need to be serviced?


I don't even service my Rolex watches. Lol
Cuddl3s12/04/2020 23:24

I'd stay away from this, my wife had a powermatic 80 and it died in a …I'd stay away from this, my wife had a powermatic 80 and it died in a little over 2 years this is with looking after it. Searching looking online seems to imply that there's an issue with these, and apparently are impossible to service as they are laser calibrated or something.Last Tissot I ever buy.


Never had this movement but have the automatic Tissot Visodate with 28.8k bph 25 jewel movement (38 hour reserve), and it's flawless. Has been for the last 8 years. I still prefer Citizen Ecodrive vfm and features sometimes but I'd give some Tissot watches another go.
Abbadon11/04/2020 20:17

Yup arm is skinny but apparently bone is big, have bought leather straps …Yup arm is skinny but apparently bone is big, have bought leather straps that won't go round.But what looks right is subjective and individual tastes differ, to me 45MM looks about right.


My wrist is 7.3 inches. Arms are slim but wide bones. What's your wrist size?

39mm fits good on mine for dress watches
patricky9013/04/2020 00:30

I don't even service my Rolex watches. Lol


I wouldn't service fake watches either
patricky9013/04/2020 00:30

I don't even service my Rolex watches. Lol


Yea, you probably should if it's loosing / gaining time. I think Rolex generally say every 7 years but if keeping it's time not needed, but will cost more than this watch up to I think £800 for more complicated movements.
trex13/04/2020 07:55

I wouldn't service fake watches either


Would you pay £15k for a fake Rolex watch?
Edited by: "patricky90" 13th Apr
Kermit200413/04/2020 08:32

Yea, you probably should if it's loosing / gaining time. I think Rolex …Yea, you probably should if it's loosing / gaining time. I think Rolex generally say every 7 years but if keeping it's time not needed, but will cost more than this watch up to I think £800 for more complicated movements.


Could be more than 800 quid to service a Daytona.
patricky9013/04/2020 09:04

Would you pay £15k for a fake Rolex watch?


No lol. Isn't Rolex service 7-10 years anyway? It would really affect value if you were to resell.
patricky9013/04/2020 09:04

Could be more than 800 quid to service a Daytona.


Yes think for a vintage Chronograph (or other complicated movements) talking 1.2k. From a Rolex authorised service center.
PR100 39mm
trex13/04/2020 07:52

My wrist is 7.3 inches. Arms are slim but wide bones. What's your wrist …My wrist is 7.3 inches. Arms are slim but wide bones. What's your wrist size? 39mm fits good on mine for dress watches



Just about bang on 8"
maxxiejw13/04/2020 17:20

Is this one the same …Is this one the same one?https://www.ernestjones.co.uk/webstore/d/8424772/tissot+pr100+men%27s+titanium+blue+dial+bracelet+watch/


No, your link is Quartz movement hence is cheaper
dannydean13/04/2020 00:18

How abbadon could put extra links in you mean??



If it was, guy I had bought the watch from had taken 4 out, i just put two of them back in.
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