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- Great for the price
- Classic look that can be dressed up or down
- Automatic movement
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Accurate and beautiful.
I gave it as a birthday gift to my fiancé and he absolutely loved it. It looks classic but can be easily dressed down or up. I would recommend also purchasing a watch winder though if you won’t be wearing this daily since it is an automatic movement
[SOTC] Now in my 30s
He then proceeded to take off this watch off his wrist and gave it to me. Tissot Le Locle Powermatic 80. I didn’t buy watches for a while and didn’t get back to my hobby until this one. I figured I needed a dress watch at 30 years old and came to choose this one together with my then girlfriend now ex (who also got a Tissot for herself).
Tissot Le Locle review
And it's it's a noticeable noticeable watch. it's an eye-catcher and like I say with that beautiful dial, beautiful case, back, sumptuous leather strap eye on the fact it's a para Matic eighty movement so you're 80 hours of of reserve is really says a lot about this watch, and it really says a lot about if you shop around what you can buy for four hundred pounds. So please give your comments
[Marathon GSAR Grey Maple] Treated myself to one hell of a tool watch with a bit of personal connection.
I put it on and was immediately transported back there, just feeling on my wrist and looking down at the dial. This is my third “nice” watch (I have a Tissot Le Locle for dress / fancy occasions and a Hamilton Converter as my go-to work watch) and the packaging is some of the best I’ve seen for any product, not only watches. It also looks so good resting on it’s pillow in the box that I almost don’t want to ever take it out, I feel like I just want to keep it there open to look at and that would be good enough; which is ridiculous considering I wore one while sleeping on the ground in the Adirondacks, elbows deep in the dirt and the mud and all that blood, sweat, and tears. I think it’s a beautiful watch from a company with some cool history, and, for me, a tool with so much personal meaning and connection.
A Great Swiss Dress Watch At An Affordable Price Point - Tissot Le Locle Powermatic 80 Blue Dial
Around 600, I think this is one of the better options for a dress watch out there.
[Tissot] One of the most affordable in my collection, and also one of the most elegant
I found it to be a very quiet, pleasant town. I don't know if I'll ever return, but I decided to buy this Tissot Le Locle a few months ago to cherish the memory. At this stage in my collecting it's one of my more affordable pieces, but it is also one of my favorites; bringing back memories of rolling green hills and quiet streets.
Powermatic 80? What a beautiful watch.
I've had mine for almost a month now, and I can tell that this is one beautiful and amazing piece of art. I just love this watch... and for the price? Unbeatable. I wear it almost everyday. It is a simple but extremely elegant watch. That Black dial with the white hand... stunning. I did a lot of re...
Band too small
Just got my Tissot watch. It seems like a nice watch but it comes with a very clever band design: rather than unfasten the leather band, there is an expanding link, as on a metal band. The problem is that I have large hands so the extra length in the band is not enough to get the band over my hand. ...