Pretty Cool - Tissot's New Line of 80 Hour Reserve Movements
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    Pretty Cool - Tissot's New Line of 80 Hour Reserve Movements

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    Re: Pretty Cool - Tissot's New Line of 80 Hour Reserve Movements

    Yes. They're rather nice.
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    Re: Pretty Cool - Tissot's New Line of 80 Hour Reserve Movements

    I like almost everything Tissot does, except the obnoxious racing-inspired pieces. I think I'm a fanboy. Their vintage-themed watches are among the best.

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    So beautiful! I am glad this tech is advancing and am glad Tissot is taking the reigns.

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    Re: Pretty Cool - Tissot's New Line of 80 Hour Reserve Movements

    This is neat, glad to see it. It seems to me like Tissot has become more popular and interesting to WIS types since I first got into watches a few years ago.
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    Re: Pretty Cool - Tissot's New Line of 80 Hour Reserve Movements

    Tissot is really doing some cool things these days. While it's arguably annoying what Swatch is doing with limiting movements and increasing prices, one of the benefits is that brands like Tissot are now moving away from quartz and being innovative.
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    Re: Pretty Cool - Tissot's New Line of 80 Hour Reserve Movements

    Very cool indeed, You would be paying thousands more if other companies were coming up with such innovation.
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    Re: Pretty Cool - Tissot's New Line of 80 Hour Reserve Movements

    That's a beautiful looking piece. I really dig the textured sides. Gives it some flair and flavor while remaining classy.
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    Pretty cool tech for sure. Saw these at the shop a month or so ago, nice enough. But I could live without the "Powermatic 80" text on the dial.
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    Re: Pretty Cool - Tissot's New Line of 80 Hour Reserve Movements

    I've always been a fan of Tissot.
    The quality you get for the price is the best bargain amongst Swiss brands, imho.

    I am particularly interested in the release of the solar Tissot T-Touch.
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