MoonSwatch! Ticking to the Moon?

hey! I must say that I am very intrigued by this new Swatch. I would get one after the hype calms down and I can just walk into the shop and get one without standing in line. however, there is one major concern I got. I am very allergic to watches with a noticeable ticking sound. @ moonSwatch owners: is it a loud watch?

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Haven’t heard one in real life, but if it is using the same movement as it’s other chronographs prepared to be ticked off!

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260usd for a plastic watch, go on Aliexpress and buy a copy , the swatch is also a copy made in plastic 

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ABG_2022

260usd for a plastic watch, go on Aliexpress and buy a copy , the swatch is also a copy made in plastic 

Yes it is. But it is a legitimate copy and not a stolen design, unlike the “homages” on AliExpress. 

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You can hear a lot of watches ticking if your environment is quiet enough. Serious question, do you spend a lot of time in really, really quiet environments? Otherwise I can't see it being an issue.

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complication

You can hear a lot of watches ticking if your environment is quiet enough. Serious question, do you spend a lot of time in really, really quiet environments? Otherwise I can't see it being an issue.

A ticking quartz isn’t a problem when I am walking in the streets, when I am at work or when I am out with friends. It becomes a problem for me when I am relaxing at home, reading a book or trying to sleep. Once I start hearing it, I can not not hear it. The continuous ticking every second just feels so unnatural for me, it drives me mad.

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Chronomaster

A ticking quartz isn’t a problem when I am walking in the streets, when I am at work or when I am out with friends. It becomes a problem for me when I am relaxing at home, reading a book or trying to sleep. Once I start hearing it, I can not not hear it. The continuous ticking every second just feels so unnatural for me, it drives me mad.

In that case, I think if you have a choice. If you find a watch ticks too loudly in certain circumstances, you need to take it off and put it in a drawer or another room. If that's too much hassle, so be it. But it would seem to affect what watches you can enjoy or not. I'd personally buy the watch you want and, if it was too loud once you got it, deal with it then, rather than limit yourself to a smaller selection of watches you perceive might be quieter? Otherwise you'll end up with watches that were a compromise.

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according to a couple of reviews that meanwhile addressed that issue:

yes, it’s loud.