Forget at your peril: Pinky, a Valentine's watch by Tissot
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    Forget at your peril: Pinky, a Valentine's watch by Tissot

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    You indulge your passion for watches all year round, but there is a day set aside in the calendar when you are expected to indulge your passion for your patient and indulgent other half. It’s called Valentine’s Day and it falls on February 14, a little more than a month away.

    Now this may come as something of a shock, but many women do not share your obsession for mechanical watches. If you are married or dating one of these ladies you need to bear in mind that women always expect a lot from men on this holiday in particular. It’s no coincidence that if you drop the ‘w’ from women you are left with ‘omen’.

    Tissot feel they have got it just right this year with a watch they call simply Pinky. Its feminine appeal is in its curved 316L stainless steel case and its fine features, with mother-of-pearl and diamonds on the dial adding further elegance and allure to the piece.

    The watch comes on a bright red leather strap, which provides the clue as to where the watch gets its name. Tissot believes this watch will be more than just a watch in her eyes but something that she will cherish and hold dear for a long time to come.

    It was Tissot stablemate Blancpain that once famously stated that no Blancpain watch has ever featured a quartz movement and that it never will, however Tissot have no such ambitions, and so the movement in this watch is Swiss quartz. With this watch Tissot are certain your messages of love, passion and care will come across and will not be forgotten. That's assuming you don't forget.

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    Re: Forget at your peril: Pinky, a Valentine's watch by Tissot

    The link to the Tissot website is not correct!

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    Re: Forget at your peril: Pinky, a Valentine's watch by Tissot

    Hmm, maybe I should get myself a girlfriend so I could buy her one of these...

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    Maybe I should get myself a girlfriend so she could buy one of these for me.
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    Re: Forget at your peril: Pinky, a Valentine's watch by Tissot

    Maybe NO ONE should buy one because of the ridiculous lugs for the strap! Good luck finding a replacement...
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    Re: Forget at your peril: Pinky, a Valentine's watch by Tissot

    Good advice regarding mechanical (and quartz) watches as gifts for the ladies in our lives. However I see that watch being worn once then put away.

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    Re: Forget at your peril: Pinky, a Valentine's watch by Tissot

    but many women do not share your obsession for mechanical watches.
    What!!!!! When did this happen? Did I miss a meeting?...............
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    Re: Forget at your peril: Pinky, a Valentine's watch by Tissot

    Can't find where this is available

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