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  1. Thanks for all the input so far. I should say didn't go looking at trust pilot as a research tool it was v high in the rankings when I was researching the models I was looking at, partly I assume due to the recent volume of reviews. I like the Tissot name because it does carry a feel of history and refinement, again not to say Tag, Omega or even Rado levels etc but still. I wasn't aware that Certina or Hamilton were part of the Swatch group but I did know that Tissot is, I also understand that Swatch make all.of Calvin Kliens watches.... For less money I could pick up a coach who I gather are actually manufactured by Movado and then still have cash to get more fashion watch like a Skagen or a MVMT but I figure they'll always be able to be picked up at discount prices and don't carry the cache that a Tissot does on the wrist.
  2. Thanks when did you purchase it? Between a Carson and Every time or something that looks v entry level that is just called Tissot brown leather watch....all sale so would only be spending upwards of £150 .... first 2 are half price and the fact that There is a need to discount to that level does make me ask why but equally people haven't been spending in a pandemic. Tempted by an eco drive instead or an Armani smart watch
  3. Hi, apologies as I've also posted in the Tissot owners club but I'm keen to get as many opinions as I can. I'm thinking about buying my first Tissot but noticed trust pilot is now full of negative reviews about both customer service and quality, lots of problems, esp just after warranty ends but also during warranty periods. I just wondered what anyone's recent buying experience has been and if anyone has had issues themselves? I wanted a Tissot because it's an established Swiss name and I'm obviously expecting the quality to match the reputation I know I'm not buying an Omega or Rolex but the name Tissot to me should come with a certain amount of service and quality. I currently have a Wenger as my daily driver and I'm v happy with it but the Tissot in theory is a step up soI don't want to but something that ends up in and out of a repair shop or worse having to be sent to Switzerland after just a few wears as a supposed upgrade if its never going to be here to be on my wrist. Any insight v welcome, thanks
  4. Thanks for all your thoughts... still not decided which one I will get but I think the Fossil is out just because its maybe a bit chunky for me
  5. Thanks Mike, any reason for your choice? I thought Wenger imported the movement with the rest of the parts sourced locally so thats interesting to know
  6. Thanks John. I don't own a Chrono yet so those 2 jump out but I do like the railway look of the Wenger. I'd like to know if the Wenger is a better watch by any degree given swiss made although not (I think) swiss movement. Its all v well the sekonda looking good but not if its going to break but both that and and the Wenger would effectively be free
  7. Hi eveyone, I'm just curious about everyone's opinions... I got a voucher at work and am going to buy a new watch it, nothing fancy as its only £50 but I'd love to know what people think on these 3... the sekonda looks the part and is half prices but I do like the idea of getting my 1st Swiss Made watch (Wenger) even if it is at the entry end. Then there is the curve ball or the Fossil which I think is really good looking... any thoughts on quality pros and cons etc? Is Wenger actually any better (I knows its never going to be an heirloom piece). Any insight is much appreciated as to the merrits and quality of each. Thanks Fossil Wenger Sekonda
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