It's my first Tissot and my first watch from a Swiss brand in general, it's a PR100 titanium quartz. I've been dancing around the PR100 for a while and finial decided to go in and I'm glad I did. It's a very nice watch for around 230 USD, it even has a sapphire crystal. I've been leaning more toward quartz watches lately and had largely assumed all modestly priced quartz movements were the same, but that's not entirely true. The biggest standout feature and difference between the Tissot and my similarly priced Japanese watches is the PR100 has instant date change at midnight, which was a pleasant surprise. This is a big bonus for me since I regularly work and record time/date past midnight. The movement is quiet too, much quieter than my Casio's, but not as quiet as my Citizen's which are virtually inaudible. Still, I pretty much have to jam it in my ear to hear the ticking. Another difference with this movement is the solid snap while moving the crown between running, date adjust, and time adjust. My biggest complaint with the quartz watches I own is that it's nearly impossible to adjust the date independently without accidently pulling the crown all the way out and screwing up the time. With the PR100 there is a solid stop at the date adjust and you have to be determined to pull it out further to adjust the time. It's very easy to compensate for those pesky 30 days months. The titanium is very light, and both polished and brushed for a nice look. The bracelet has three micro adjustment holes which is nice and a feature I use. It's got a sport/dressy look, and with 10 bar water resistance it should serve well as my wear it anywhere watch. I will definitely be looking to purchase another Tissot. And enough of all that, here is the picture. It was hastily taken under tungsten lighting so the colors show a little different in daylight.