These speculations about fakes are getting little ridiculous. I know there is a lot of fakes, especially PRC200, but are the aforementioned details really that different on "real" PRC200.
I never had one, so I don't know really, but this is tissot not a grand seiko.
No solid bolts? What is that? Is PRC200 supposed to use screws? Because those are just normal split pins that tissot uses on number of other watches.
Rough edges on the clasp? Normal on other original tissots, so why not on PRC200.
Painted center pins of chrono hands? Well, to m it looks better than bare metal, regardless of being bulletproof indication of being fake. If that's fake, maybe tissot can get some design cues.
12 has obvious defect, and that could be a reason it was sorted out by QC??
Can we have some pics of the caseback?