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I read somewhere that Tissot watches use some plastic moving parts in their current watches.
Is that true?
 

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i read the co1.211 movement have plastic parts in them..not all tissot's run on this caliber.hope this helps.cheers
 

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You mean plastic inserts?
 

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Yes the new movement has some plastic parts to cure the lubrication problem.
 

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Not for sure, but the older versions of the 7750 Valjoux have plastic part too...
.............and so has the Lemania movement in the Omega Speedmaster Professional - although it's replaced with a metal part in the version with display caseback ..... so it looks nicer :) But I think I read that plastic is the better choice for this specific part. However, I'm not going to pretend I know much about how movements work......
 
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