I think I am about to buy a PRC100 Chrono -- like yours! -- only with the blue dial and yellow hands. I have not seen one in person, but the moment I saw one on line, it grabbed my attention. Your photo only adds to that conviction.|>
The PRC100 chronograph minute subdial does not have 1 minute subdivisions, but only 5 minutes subdivisions. I looked at a watch at an AD and it is sometimes difficult to distinguish between 2 and 3 minutes (it was the blue dial, they did not have the grey one). What's your opinion having this model ?
The second thing that I found at Tissot Chronographs (as several models have the same movement G10.211, all these models have the same problem): the date changing is done at 12h15m instead of 12h00m.
It is quite unacceptable for a Tissot watch. Does your watch change the date at about 15 min after 12 ?
One can say that I shouldn't look at all these details, but in my opinion by paying several hundred bucks on a Swiss recognized watch, you can expect precision in all the aspects.
I'm asking you all these because the PRC100 chronograph with gray dial is my first choise but I haven't found it yet in the store (I asked an AD to see if they can bring it). In the meanwhile I looked at other Tissot models.
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