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Very nice collection of quartz pieces! The only one I'd caution about is the Hanowa Swiss Military. I had the exact same model, only with a green bezel. I loved it and thought it was one of the most sturdy watches I owned. Then one day I went to change the battery and found the movement isn't secure whatsoever inside the case. Once you have it open, just enough pressure to move the old battery out can move the entire assembly, smashing the markers into the side of the case. After hours with some superglue and extremely sharp tweezers, I had everything back in place. However, I can't bring myself to wear it or even keep it in my collection- it just reminds me of the frustration it caused. Not to rant- just saying, might want to take that piece to the mall and let them break it. :-d
I think PRC is definitely one of the most popular affordable chronograph-quartz Tissot watches. I love mine too. Bought it in 2004 and still wear today as my grab and go fun quartz. Simply classic.
Tissot definitely has their stuff together with their chronographs. Compared to my more expensive Victorinox and Lum-Tec chronographs, the PRC just edges them out based on the buttery-smooth movements.
Is there a similar model of Citizen in bracelet?This Citizen is a watch I'll probably don't have to worry about for a long time. I used to wear a G-Shock on outdoor activities, but for some reason this watch has taken the nr. 1 position in the list of watches for outdoor. For work and everyday wearing I have it on a leather strap, but for outdoors I put it on its original rubber strap.