But the post you post is interesting.
The big thing, Plastic parts.
That is for me shocking!
Tissot use plastic.
I write this because i know how polluted the earth is with old plastic.
The ocean clean up, Breitling’s effort to clean up the oceans.
Second. The Swatch Omega’s. Plastic!
So i want no plastic, or i try to not buy plastic products as most as i can.
I like mechanical watches, because they are sustainable and can service as long a watch maker can replace and lubricate parts.
Third. I had a Tissot with a Swissmatic movement.
After three years the power was out of the watch.
Sure, the Swissmatic have plastic parts to reduce costs to keep the watch price low.
Tissot is a fine brand, but ok, i think the days of plastic are over.
One exemption i have for watches made of recycled plastic. Found in the sea, fish nets, etc.
Swissmatic, it was a short life.