Reviews and Problems with Tissot Men's T0264201103100 Sea Touch Quartz Chronograph Touch Screen White Dial Watch
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Wilson Eiji Yoshida, amazon.com
12 October 2011
Summary: I have this for almost one month now and I wear it everyday. I even dove with it on a dive trip last week. I gotta say this is bulky but it is feature packed. I absolutely love it. On the good side: feels very durable, lot of features, dive functions work well, the metal strap expand so you can use with wetsuit, glows in the dark (Good for night dives, if you point your torch to the watch it glows even brighter), makes no noise at all.
Summary: I've been looking for a back up Diving watch for a year+ and wanted one for multipurpose use. This Tissot Sea Touch white dial caught my eye. The "Pro" all digital one was OK but this Sea Touch has Analog finesse for a 007 dress-up event, Yacht shows or at Fletcher-Jones motor cars. Women come up to me to ask for time more often than usual, one said it looks rich. On the technical side, the Sea Touch has sleep mode potentially could last 10 years on battery.
Summary: The watch is heavy, thick and relatively big, but this is what makes the watch an awesome-looking watch. I have small wrist but the watch still looks the right size on my wrist. The white color is what I prefer, but everyone has a different taste. The broad arrow hands are simply beautiful. The price is not cheap but not ridiculous either, considering it is Tissot and made in Switzerland.
Summary: I bought the Sea Touch, today, and had problems within a few hours. Setting the watch up (time, date, synchronisation of the hands to the digital display) is very time consuming. But at least the operating instructions are easy to decipher and follow. What really disappointed me is the poor quality of the deployment clasp (very flimsy) for the rubber strap.
Great watch, but has different functions from expert
28 June 2010
Summary: I bought this watch for my fiance's birthday. I got him the sea touch because it was the latest and greatest. Turns out that the watch is FANTASTIC but my fiance is a hiker, not a diver. Therefore, we exchanged this for the expert to have the altimeter and other "land" functions. Either way, the thermometer sensor is on the underside, so it reads the person's body temp rather than the ambient air.
Summary: As an owner of a few Tissot watches, this is by far my favorite. The watch is heavy, very cool looking, techy, and simply put... a man's watch. Although it's a North of a $700 piece, in my mind, it is very much worth the price point.