Tissot PRX. My quick thoughts:

  • 11 months with this and nothing but positive things for the most part.

  • Due to the butterfly clasp it will never be a perfect fit for my 7.25 inch wrist. I wear it tighter during winters and looser during the summer.

  • For the first 8-9 months it was only about +5 seconds. But now it's at about +15-20.

  • The bracelet does get alot scratches but easily can be fixed but refreshing with a green sponge.

Overall this is a watch if I had to only keep 3 would be in here. If you've been wanting a PRX for the past year my, opinion is to go for it. It's a great watch for what you pay. Even though a perfect fit won't happen for me, I still have no issues wearing it. I will just remove or add another link depending on the temperature.

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Love this green. I hear what you are saying about the fit. It took me a lot of fiddling to get it to fit well. I wear it just slightly loose as I am one whose wrist changes throughout the day. Very happy overall. Mine runs about 2-3 seconds slow a day.

Green!

I feel ya...butterfly clasps are so clean looking, but so irritating as well.馃槧 Love the green PRX.

Mack37

I feel ya...butterfly clasps are so clean looking, but so irritating as well.馃槧 Love the green PRX.

Agreed, clean look but too tight or too lose lol

willinsf

Love this green. I hear what you are saying about the fit. It took me a lot of fiddling to get it to fit well. I wear it just slightly loose as I am one whose wrist changes throughout the day. Very happy overall. Mine runs about 2-3 seconds slow a day.

For mine, a slightly tighter fit seems better than the loser fit. It feels like wearing it lose tosses my watch around my wrist.

If it's still under warranty maybe you could get it repaired or regulated (some watch makers know how to regulate the Powematic 80). My Hamilton Khaki Field with similar movement used to run fine about +5 then went about -15 then was ok and now about -15. My Tissot PRC was a shop worn item but I got it at a great price and ran about-20 so I returned to the shop for repair and it came back from Tissot about +2 then for a while it went about -15 but lately it's about +5. I also wound it one day and it started spinning the rotar as I wound it but it seems to be ok now.

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I鈥檝e the same model (and several quartz too) have you thought of the original Tissot rubber or leather straps they鈥檙e great.cheap aftermarket straps for the Prx are pure dung,or try a Aqnaut converter they鈥檙e top notch too.

Definitely on one of my favorites. 馃榾

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(From #WRUW Today!)

Should have both a leather and Silicone strap by the end of the week. Seen pics of both, can't wait to try them on.

A perfect fit doesn鈥檛 fit for me and my wrist is two inches smaller 馃槀