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Posted 25 December 2022

Tissot PRX Quartz Blue Dial & Navy Leather Men's Watch £198.69 with code @ Tic Watches

£198.69£27528% off
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This Tissot T1374101604100 PRX Blue Dial & Navy Leather Men's Watch has a 40mm blue dial and a built in date display. This is the perfect watch for all occasions, with the slim smooth design and the textured leather navy strap. 


40mm dial & navy textured leather strap, perfect with a white shirt

Swiss quartz movement

Built in date display & sapphire glass

100 metre water resistant

Official 2 Year Tissot warranty
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    Feel like it’d be better to get the steel bracelet for £15 more and the leather strap separately
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    So that's correct, auto PRX have a waffle dial & the quartz do not?

    I'd have to agree with the first poster, buy the bracelet version and if I wanted the option, personally I'd fashion a leather or rubber strap to fit afterwards (separately sold OEM variants always ridiculously overpriced, £80 for a Seiko silicone strap or £175 for a Tudor nato anyone? ).

    Good price for a nice watch though. 🔥
    Yeah I think that must be the case. I've never seen a Quartz with waffle dial.
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    Waffle dial is only available on the auto.
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    Would be a brilliant price if it was available at that price (stainless steel strap with a small uplift). However, the website will not allow me to enter the discount code - although it does tell me that I missed the discount code that it never offered me the option to enter, with a link which simply takes to the home page.

    They appear to be substantially cheaper than everybody else, which either means that they are the only ones operating outside of a cabal, or they are cutting corners. If trying to spend money with them is a misery, I'd hate to think what they would be like to deal with if I had a problem. They seem to have some satisfied customers, but so did Charles Ponzi.
    You sound like you have issues...
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    Shame it's quartz movement