What's your favorite Tissot?

So, for a recent birthday I was gifted a $400 gift card to a local jewelry store who carry Tissot (among other brands I can't afford and am less interested in!)

Looking at watches from Tissot under $1200, what would you pick and why? I'm leaning toward a Sideral, but am interested in many. Just looking to lean on y'all's experience!

I Own a PRX and I really love it. I'm not a huge fan of intetrated bracelet, but I fell in love with it.

I have a Everytime quartz and it's also a pretty nice inexpensive watch.

A Friend of mine owns a Le Locle and the textured dial is really beautifull to look at.

Tissot is a fine brand, there's not a lot of options for swiss brands at this price (Glycine and Certina comes to my mind).

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I don鈥檛 own a Tissot; however if I didn鈥檛 already have a Seiko SARB033 I鈥檇 be looking hard at the Gentleman automatic model.

I like this telemeter.

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I like the look of their Visodates. The quartz versions are date only, and the newer automatics have the powermatic 80.

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How about something clean, classic, and COSC certified to boot? The Tissot Heritage 1938:

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Gobius

How about something clean, classic, and COSC certified to boot? The Tissot Heritage 1938:

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Yes! I particularly like the black dial centre seconds. Clean, classic, timeless design.

My favorite 馃馃徑

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My second Tissot, felt I had to get this one.

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The gentleman is a great option

TimeOnTarget

I like the look of their Visodates. The quartz versions are date only, and the newer automatics have the powermatic 80.

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Visodate day date was my first automatic, great choice!

This one!

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Seamaster

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Mr.Santana
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Very nice strap @Mr.Santana my friend 馃槑

I would probably pick either a Gentleman or Sideral.

I think one of the few Tissot鈥檚 I鈥檇 want would be the T-Touch. That thing is just plain cool.

I thought the Sideral was a grand?

I had to look the Sideral up... wow, it's a bit out there. Given that, you probably wouldn't like my take on what you should get instead, which is the 1938. LOL :)

Gobius

How about something clean, classic, and COSC certified to boot? The Tissot Heritage 1938:

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Agreed. Just received the salmon dial version of this in the post yesterday. Lovely. My only COSC certified watch.

KCSpike

This one!

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YES! I've had this Petite Seconde for a while now. A true stunner. Plus a beauty to look at (front and back).

Have yet to see the sideral in person but I feel like it鈥檚 something special. I had a PRX (quartz) that never fit quite right due to the bracelet so that was my big gripe about it.

If it wasn't so big and heavy for me, Tissot Gentleman. Versatile looks and magnificent movement.

Sideral comes second, as a "fun watch".

Seatouch in its element

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The blue dial on the new one with the long french name is really something else

Gentleman. Classic and timeless.

I am looking to add a T-Touch Solar to my collection early next year.

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+1 on the SEASTAR with the Powermatic 80. Great watch IMO

My Pops has a t-touch which is a super cool watch. Not necessarily an every day wear though. If it were me, I鈥檇 buy the green gentleman and throw it on a brown leather strap. One and done (gasp!).

I own five Tissot watches and my personal favorite is a blue dial Chrono XL. It is just gorgeous and the dial can be blue or purple depending on the lighting and works with a steel bracelet, a brown leather strap or black. Very versatile watch.

Thanks for all the input- some of these I've never seen - that petite seconde is beautiful!

The PRX looks great, but I'm afraid of the bracelet, I almost NEVER keep a watch on a bracelet.

I can't wait to go try some stuff on!

What鈥檚 the Ref/name on this one? Never seen Tissot in that kind of Watch :o