WatchReport got an email about the Fossil Twist:
“The beauty of a finely crafted automatic timepiece is coupled with the accuracy and reliability of quartz housed in a watchcase that reveals its intricate inner workings to the wearer.”
So it’s a quartz AND auto movement? Ok, cool. But Christian dug a little deeper and discovered that the whole thing was a crazy mishmash involving a quartz movement and an auto movement for show. Absolutely insane.
“As far as the Twist line, it is a quartz driven movement. The automatic part of the watch is just for looks.”
Is Fossil drunk?
The Mystery of the Fossil Twist Series [WatchReport]
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