New Seiko Presage vs. Tissot prx quarz

Hello Chrunchers I hope you all having a great day. First I want to thank @catfancy for giving some attention to this new Seiko Presage. There is not that much to find about it in the internet. I think that the design is nice but I´m not sure if it is worth buying this watch. Especially I you can get some great other watches for the price. Although I know that the design is insanely different as same as the movement, I want to compare them. Because I want to get my next watch to christmas and I try to decide wich one has the better value. I also know that I could get the Tissot Prx automatic for this price, but I like the Quartz design more than the automatic. So what do you think, what watch would you buy? Thanks for your time and help.

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The Seiko is super specific. If you love that, then don't listen to anybody and grab that. I personally don't like skeletons or open hearts, so I would go safe. But you do you.

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witcher.watcher

The Seiko is super specific. If you love that, then don't listen to anybody and grab that. I personally don't like skeletons or open hearts, so I would go safe. But you do you.

Thank you, have a great Day

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I clicked the Seiko to watch it bigger not to vote 😂😂 now counts as a vote (I don't really like it)

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Neilbarret

I clicked the Seiko to watch it bigger not to vote 😂😂 now counts as a vote (I don't really like it)

Ok gonna keep your real vote in mind 😂

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Neilbarret

I clicked the Seiko to watch it bigger not to vote 😂😂 now counts as a vote (I don't really like it)

Same fate here. Clicking to enlarge ends up as a vote-so subtract at lest 2 now from the total.

I'd get the Tissot. Not sure what the Seiko desigers were thinking with that dial.

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I personally feel that several years down the watch collecting journey, I will reminisce fondly of the Tissot PRX as the stunning affordable watch of its time.

Only time will tell if the Seiko Presage with a skeletonized 4R movement will become more than a short-lived novelty.

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foghorn

Same fate here. Clicking to enlarge ends up as a vote-so subtract at lest 2 now from the total.

I'd get the Tissot. Not sure what the Seiko desigers were thinking with that dial.

Thank you 

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robbits

I personally feel that several years down the watch collecting journey, I will reminisce fondly of the Tissot PRX as the stunning affordable watch of its time.

Only time will tell if the Seiko Presage with a skeletonized 4R movement will become more than a short-lived novelty.

Thanks 

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You have the ever present debate over classic vs quirky. I think the answer, if that was me, would be more about what the rest of the collection looks like. I think my collection needed at least one simple black dial on a steel bracelet. 

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Dingus

You have the ever present debate over classic vs quirky. I think the answer, if that was me, would be more about what the rest of the collection looks like. I think my collection needed at least one simple black dial on a steel bracelet. 

OK thanks 

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How about a citizen…

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don't get me wrong I love Seiko‘s but I like to give citizen some ❤️

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I'd go with the PRX..but then upgrade to the Powermatic Blue Waffle

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Ichibunz

How about a citizen…

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don't get me wrong I love Seiko‘s but I like to give citizen some ❤️

Gonna keep them in mind thanks

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StanleyFookinShelby

I'd go with the PRX..but then upgrade to the Powermatic Blue Waffle

Ok thanks

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I saw it described as the Seiko "Wolverine" Dial here on WC in a post. Problem is, It looks to be the Victim of Wolverine.   But if you like it, Then that's your Huckleberry! 99.9% to I vote Seiko but not this time.