His and her watches

Would like an opinion on getting his, and her matching watches originally was going to go with a pair of Tudors but my wife is not much of a watch person. I am now considering the Tissot PRX, as they seem to be great starter watches. Maybe I can get her to catch the watch bug. Thoughts? Any other suggestions?

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Got the Mrs a PRX 35mm, she loves it, they do change their mind when it's in their wrist

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Not in the same league as Tudor or Tissot at all, but I got my wife and I a couple of Addiesdive watches. My wife is the same, not much of a watch person, but she loved the gift! I had it engraved with our wedding date on the clasp. The models I got were the AD2030 and AD2118.

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Got the Mrs a PRX 35mm, she loves it, they do change their mind when it's in their wrist

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Thanks for sharing

Watch_Fan

Not in the same league as Tudor or Tissot at all, but I got my wife and I a couple of Addiesdive watches. My wife is the same, not much of a watch person, but she loved the gift! I had it engraved with our wedding date on the clasp. The models I got were the AD2030 and AD2118.

Can鈥檛 believe the price, they have great looking dials! How do they feel, states 316L SS and synthetic sapphire crystal

The automatic AD2118 wears great! Solid end links, bracelet is super comfortable. (I've posted a mini review on my page if you're keen)

I went with the light blue version for both. The wavey, textured dials play with the light all the time! For Her, I got the 36mm AD2030, a quartz piece. Essentially as she's not a watch person, she doesn't care about the mechanical aspect, and simply enjoyed a beautiful grab and go. The value of these two wasn't in the price, or complexity, but that they celebrate our 5 year anniversary. Didn't have to be expensive. And having said that, still 'value for money'! (in my head, value = it will stand up to the test of time, the stated water rating isn't exaggerated, etc, without breaking the bank).

One small gripe: on my AD2118, the lug ends protrude further out than the end links by approx. 2 to 3mm. Noticeable, and can't unsee it now, but has not taken away at all from comfort or enjoyment of the piece. 馃榿

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Thanks so much for sharing the details and your experience much appreciated