Tissot T-Touch Watch Problems

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Tissot T-Touch Watch Problems
A Tissot T-Touch has more functions than an analogue watch. (watch on newspaper image by Hao Wang from Fotolia.com)

There are seven different models in the T-Touch range. T-Touch was introduced in 1999 showcasing six different on-screen functions. Problems range from a lack of water resistance, spinning hands and the date function changing itself incorrectly.

Letting in Water

Water has been known to appear on the watch dial even though the T-Touch is water resistant. This looks like condensation. If a watch is below 100 meters water resistant, it should not be submerged in water. This is because the glass cannot take the pressure and may subsequently allow water to seep into the workings.

Date Resetting

The date function can reset itself to an incorrect date. This can occur if the wearer is near to a magnet. Magnets can affect the mechanisms of the watch. The hands can sporadically spin, giving an incorrect time.

Other Problems

Avoid exposure to excessive hot temperatures. Heat can affect the altimeter, which is sensitive to temperature change. Your watch is affected by bodily temperature that can alter the temperature function displayed on the T-Touch. The hands may need regular synchronisation. You will know when this needs to be done when the function hands are not placed directly over 12 p.m.

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