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very nice mechanical swiss movement watch,
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This review is from: Tissot Men's T41148333 Le Locle Silver Textured Dial Watch (Watch)
took this to my jeweler to get it sized for my wrist. He said it was an excellent Swiss mechanical movement; worn it for several days and its movement and spring last much longer than 24 hours and keeps excellent time; the cantilever clasp takes some getting used to close the watch, particularly after the slack is taken out of the band; I use my chin to pin the watch to my wrist while I manipulate the clasp to snap it closed. The first time I could not do it, and that's when I had to resort to using my chin to hold the band in place...it can be done. The cantilever closure must be a "safety" so that the watch will not fall off the wrist if the snap becomes undone.
At first it seems daunting.
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Initial post: Oct 10, 2012 12:51:59 PM PDT
The cantilever clasp is not that difficult if you know how to do it. Most people encountering it for the firs time try and close it by having both sides clasping at the same time, this is difficult. Put the watch on your wrist, clasp one side first, then the other, it is much easier that way.
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