Reviews and Problems with Tissot Men's T0134204720200 T-Touch Expert III Watch
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22 December 2011
Summary: I've now owned my watch now for about a year and half and I just wanted to say a few words on it. The watch is remarkable. I've often thought about purchasing an Omega Moonwatch as my next watch however after owning this I don't think I will buy it. this watch is so fantastic. the weight of the watch feels very heavy in your hand and on your wrist. it has a very masculine look and feel. I like the heaviness of it and how it wears on my wrist.
Summary: The watch arrived yesterday. Strangely, it was not wrapped around its pillow, but the pillow as inside. They put the correct manual with it, although no warranty card (I know the warranty is from Amazon, but I expected something from them in the box anyway). Man is this watch lightweight! The titanium really makes a difference. I barely feel it on my wrist, which is amazing for such a large watch.
Summary: I bought this watch with mountaineering in mind, but also to be used in a daily office basis. It has fulfilled my expectations. It has a very nice frame, and you can use it with a suit and a tie. It's a big watch but not bigger than others of its class, and its very light. Im a small person (167cm) with thin wrists, and it certainly looks big on my arm, but not dispropotionate.
Summary: I was a bit worried that the watch would be a bit big for me, but no it's not. It was a great price, and an amazing watch. Lots of great features, looks really cool, and is light and easy to wear. Only issues are the altitude reading is hard to set, and titanium is easily scratched.
Summary: I saw this watch at Kay's where it retails for around $895 so in my opinion Amazon is offering a great buy. The watch is extremely light. I have a small wrist and do not believe that the watch is too bulky. However it is thick but it does have an abundance of features to house inside. Amazon does offer a limited warranty and for the savings, it is well worth buying from Amazon. I do not envision too many repairs costing more than $300.
Summary: I bought a Tissot T-Touch II a few months ago as a replacement for a Casio Pathfinder that I'd had for several years. While the Tissot is certainly a more elegant looking timepiece, I found both the compass and altitude sensing features to be much less accurate than my old Casio. I also didn't care for the Tissot's lack of an "inches of Mercury" option to display pressure corrections in--the Casio gives the user an option to use either millibars or inches of Mercury.
Summary: I have always been a watch admirer. When I saw the watch my first thought was what a great idea to get all these functions in a touch face. Kind of like the new computer tablets. All this has been true as advertised. I have owned the watch for about a month now & the leading benefit I can say without question is it's accuracy! I have a Breitling watch that costs twice as much and isn't near as accurate. The next best feature is the touch face.
Summary: This watch is everything I was expecting. Good weight, good size and really beautiful. The touch system works perfectly. The only thing I think Tissot should improve for the next generation is the watchband. It is made with rubber and it is necessary to cut it according to the wrist. There are some holes on it in order to make some adjustments moving the pin among them but after had cut it, bye bye... no way to enlarge it again.
Summary: WOW! The functionality of this product is fantastic. I love all the features it has and really will not go into details of each since you really should not be getting all the details from reviews. My gripes are with the altimeter feature. It just did not seem to be accurate when compared to the pro devices. I tested it while skydiving and it failed miserably.