check the specification, if it indicated what TIssot "promised" as a accuracy range.
for example: -15 +20 or whatever...
If it is out of range, than you may bring the product back for replacement. If it is in the range...then you are not happy..what I understand..
My PR50 quartz is 1 sec/ 1.5 months... my automatic is 3s/day...
So Im affraid the 2min/week is not the top of tops...
I have problem too with my Tissot (PRC200). About 3 months ago it was running slow (after 6 years, so I replaced the battery at my localstore). It lost about 15 minuts in 2 days time.
The problem was fixed for about 2 months, but now it's losing about 20 minutes in 24 hour time! The shop said that my watch needs a replacement. Is this normal for a quartz watch?? It will cost me about 130 euro's!
I don't understand why the problem was fixed for about 2 months and now it's running really slow. It started out of nothing?!?
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