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Tissot PR100 watch review

Updated on February 16, 2013

Tissot PR100


Tissot is a very well known Swiss watch maker brand situated in Le Locle, Switzerland. The company was established by brothers Charles-FĂ©licien Tissot and Charles-Emile Tissot in 1853.

Tissot is considered to be a manufacturer of luxury and hi-end watches, so you probably won't find original Tissot watch in a supermarket.

Nevertheless, as many companies these days, Tissot also has a few lines of watches that should be fine for any budget. The PR series is one of those, and i would like to share my experience wearing a PR100 model from Tissot.

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So probably the first thing you want to know is the price of this watch. As everything changes fast these days, i am not able to say the price for today and hope it will be the same 3 months later, so i will probably just add an ebay capsule, you could see the price that's in the market at the time you view this post.


As i'm now using my Tissot PR100 for about a year, can tell something more about it, than things that are just numbers in description. First of all, the watch makes a very good first impression, and represents you as a person, who does like quality but does not waste money on things he doesn't need. It's a simple watch with many possible variations for dials and as much different bracelets. I must mention that this watch is a part of Tissot's Classic collection.

So what's good about the watch is that it has scratch-resistant sapphire crystal lens, which makes it hard do any damage to the watch by accident. Mine version (as shown in the first picture), has a leather bracelet which is very nice to wear and adapts to your hand very fast. You can also choose metal bracelet if you like, but i believe that leather is much more comfortable to wear.

As i mentioned before, about one (two already) years have passed and i still use the same battery, so it does not use more energy than if should (and there's no reason for this) and won't make you a regular visitor at dealer's office.

Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal lens makes it a very good friend in every day use, as mine has fallen a few times and been hit to hard materials as floor or metal decals, but still has not even a scratch on the lens. Stainless steal case makes it even more "unbreakable", so it may be wore when cooking breakfast or changing your rooftop and accompany you later in the evening, while you have a romantic dinner with your spouse in a beautiful restaurant.

All in all

Well what i want to say is that Tissot PR100 is a very good watch for a price, and if you are thinking of having some good quality watch and don't want to waste money - i do recommend you to buy this one. It's reliable, inexpensive, classic (must agree to collection's name) and will serve for you as long as you like, because it was built by accurate Swiss citizens to serve you.


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      fanatik_efka 4 years ago from Vilnius, Lithuania

      Moazzam Ali,

      thank you for your comment! At the moment i'm pretty sure that i will fallow your lead and use Tissot for many year myself. My PR100 looks almost exactly the same it looked brand new (except of the bracelet off course), so no need to renew for quite a lot years i believe.

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      Moazzam Ali 4 years ago

      I have been using Tissot watches for almost 15 years and from my personal experiance these watches are beautiful, elegant in design and longlasting. Its automatic range is a bit heavier but its digital range is excellent. Moreover, the color and shineness never fades. Above all I rate Tissot even above Rado and other comparable brands.

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      Viktor 4 years ago

      Skolka stojat cesi tissot PR100 bez prjazki na rinke ?? Esli cto to pi6ite mne na moj