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One of the most common issues we have with our colleagues at watch brands is concern over the comments our audience leaves after articles. Of course, it is only an issue when there are negative comments, but they feel strongly enough to point it out. The concern is that due to the trusted and widely read nature of aBlogtoWatch, negative comments (i.e. those that do not praise a product in whole) will either turn off consumers from the brand and/or product, or dissuade those who would otherwise be buyers. Aside from purely emotional reactions we have never seen any evidence to suggestion that a degree of negative comments inhibits brand image or sales. This new study even suggests that the right types of negative comments in fact help sales.
Eventually I am hoping that we can offer you a full review of the T-Touch Expert Solar as there is really a lot to discuss in Tissot's new flagship T-Touch model [UPDATE: We published our full review here, Feb 16, 2015]. In fact, while Tissot has been continuously offering new "Touch" models for a while, it has been a long time since a new "alpha touch" model has been released in favor of more niche models such as the diving-theme Sea-Touch or the lower-priced Racing-Touch. With the T-Touch Expert Solar Tissot once again returns to a "do it all model."
TAG Heuer has just released the first watch to contain its new in-house made Calibre 1969 automatic chronograph movement (debuted hands-on here). It is the limited edition TAG Heuer Carrera 1969 ref. CAR2A60 and is a very modern watch for their most modern movement. While with TAG Heuer at the debut of the 1969 movement in late 2013 it seemed rather clear that the Carrera collection would be the first to enjoy the fruits of their newest manufacture movements. What was not clear was the direction TAG Heuer was going to take in either modern or retro styling.