Hands On: Tissot PRX Automatic Chronograph

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Hands On: Tissot PRX Automatic Chronograph

Post by koimaster » August 2nd 2022, 5:03pm

Launched earlier this year as a follow-up to the time-only PRX, the PRX Automatic Chronograph is a natural evolution for the line-up. But unlike its little brother, the chronograph is not modelled on a vintage model, making it more creative, though it still retains the same styling as the base model.

Being more complicated than the time-and-date version, the PRX Chronograph is expectedly wider and taller – it is rather bulky in fact – but it is surprisingly appealing in the metal. Plus the PRX Chronograph is also affordable and well priced. The PRX Chronograph ticks a lot of boxes, so we test drove the watch for a couple days to see if its appeal endured.

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Re: Hands On: Tissot PRX Automatic Chronograph

Post by 3Flushes » August 3rd 2022, 1:28am

The pushers and the snailed edges of the registers look cool and the 4 Hz AO5 (7753) is reliable with a lot of use of the chronograph. A little texture on the dial would have been a nice touch but nice looking overall and a good value for under 2 G's in keeping with Tissot's spot on the shelf. I'd wear it, by golly.
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