Làm sao để mua được đồng hồ Tissot nam chính hãng?

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Làm sao để mua được đồng hồ Tissot nam chính hãng?

Post by quanghai » Wed Jan 31, 2018 9:33 am

Tissot là tên một thương hiệu đồng hồ đeo tay nổi tiếng thế giới. Với nhiều mẫu thiết kế độc, đẹp nhưng không kém phần sang trọng, lịch lãm cùng với nhiều tính năng vượt trội, những chiếc đồng hồ Tissot nam đã mang đến một làn gió mới trong xu hướng đồng hồ của phái mạnh. Tuy nhiên, để lựa chọn được một chiếc đồng hồ Tissot nam chính hãng không phải là ai cũng làm được. Hãy cùng tham khảo bài viết dưới đây để tìm câu trả lời nhé!

Đồng hồ Tissot nam chính hãng có gì nổi bật?

Mỗi chiếc đồng hồ nam Tissot ra đời luôn nhận được sự chào đón nhiệt liệt từ phái mạnh. Bởi:

Đồng hồ Tissot nam giúp khẳng định bản lĩnh phái mạnh

Với thiết kế khỏe khoắn nhưng không kém phần tinh tế, sang trọng, những chiếc đồng hồ Tissot nam giúp khẳng định bản lĩnh của phái mạnh. Mặt kính đồng hồ được làm từ kính Saphire giúp chống trầy xước. Phần dây được làm từ những chất liệu cực tốt như dây da cá sấu, thép 316L không gỉ mạ PVD.

Đồng hồ Tissot nam đa dạng về mẫu mã và kiểu dáng

Không chỉ khẳng định và tôn lên vẻ đẹp nam tính, nhà thiết kế đồng hồ Tissot nam cũng không ngừng đa dạng hóa những mẫu mã, kiểu dáng và kích cỡ làm sao để phù hợp với người dùng nhất. Khi đến với Tissot, phái nam chắc chắn sẽ lựa chọn cho mình được một mẫu đồng hồ ưng ý nhất.

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Đồng hồ Tissot nam đa dạng về kiểu dáng, mẫu mã

==> Có thể bạn muốn xem: đồng hồ tissot nam & nữ chính hãng

Đồng hồ Tissot nam chính hãng có khả năng kết hợp không giới hạn

Bạn có thể kết hợp đồng hồ Tissot nam với bất kì một bộ trang phục nào, kính, hay màu da mà không lo mất thời gian vào việc chọn lựa. Điều này đã khiến đa số cánh nam giới lựa chọn, vì đa phần chúng khá là phù hợp với tâm lý chung của họ là chỉ cần dễ sử dụng và phối đồ là được.

Đồng hồ Tissot nam giúp nam giới chinh phục phái đẹp

Đây là lí do khiến các đấng mày râu không thể bỏ lỡ một chiếc đồng hồ Tissot nam vì nó có khả năng "sát thương phái đẹp" cao. Thiết kế mặt vuông của những chiếc đồng hồ Tissot vừa kích thích, vừa không nguy hiểm, nó khiến các anh chàng gây được sự chú ý, và có sức hút kì lạ với nữ giới.

Nhiều tính năng nổi bật

Thật khó có thể tìm thấy một thương hiệu đồng hồ mà có nhiều tính năng như đồng hồ Tissot nam. Ở những chiếc đồng hồ này, phái mạnh có thể thoải mái sử dụng với các tính năng như: hiển thị ngày tháng năm, tuần trăng, đo nhiệt độ, đo độ cao, tính vận tốc, báo thức,….

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Đồng hồ Tissot nam có nhiều tính năng tuyệt vời

Giá cả hợp lý

Tissot là thương hiệu đồng hồ khá “chiều” lòng người tiêu dùng khi đưa ra nhiều mức giá khác nhau. Chỉ với khoản từ 5 triệu đồng trở lên là đấng mày râu có thể sở hữu chúng rồi. Quá tuyệt vời đúng không nào.

Làm sao để mua được đồng hồ Tissot nam chính hãng?

Tissot nam là một loại đồng hồ rất được hái mạnh “chuộng”. Chính bởi vậy, việc làm giả, nhái thương hiệu này hiện nay khá phổ biến trên thị trường. Vậy làm sao để có thể sở hữu được chiếc đồng hồ Tissot nam chính hãng?

Tìm hiểu kỹ về sản phẩm định mua

Trước khi mua một chiếc đồng hồ tissot chính hãng bạn nên tìm hiểu kĩ về nó. Có thể xem trên mạng hoặc đến nhiều cửa hàng để xem và so sánh với những thông tin mà bạn biết được về đồng hồ chính hãng. Đặc điểm của nó đầu tiên là mặt kính hoàn hảo không bị ráp, sờ không bị xước, vết cắt trơn mịn, độ dày của mắt giống nhau, phẳng không gợn, gồ ghề, lắp gọn và khít với vỏ đồng hồ, không hở.

Kiểm tra trọng lượng, sự chắc chắn của đồng hồ

Đồng hồ chính hãng sẽ nặng hơn bình thường bởi nó được thiết kế bởi vật liệu cao cấp có độ bền chất lượng cao và rất chắc chắn.

Đặt tay lên sợi dây đồng hồ và lắc qua lại. Nếu đồng hồ thật thì sẽ tạo cho bạn cảm giác chắc chắn, yên tâm và ngược lại nếu thấy nó lỏng lẻo thì đó chắc chắn là hàng fake. Đồng hồ tốt khi gặp 2 mắt dây sẽ có độ mở giống nhau, khi bạn gấp mặt của đồng hồ đồng đều với nhau.

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Kiểm tra trọng lượng đồng hồ để nhận biệt hàng thật - hàng giả

==> Bài viết tham khảo: Đồng hồ Tissot T Touch có gì đặc biệt?

Kiểm tra kim đồng hồ

Kiểm tra kim đồng hồ và chú ý quan sát nó chuyển động, nghe kỹ tiếng kêu của nó. Nếu kim có dấu hiệu vết cắt kim loại thô cứng bị lỏng lẻo thì cần xem lại.

Kiểm tra logo và nhãn hiệu

Bất cứ một chiếc đồng hồ chính hãng nào cũng có logo và nhãn hiệu được in ở mặt trong của đồng hồ. Chỉ cần tỉ mỉ một chút bạn hoàn toàn có thể nhận ra đó là hàng thật hay fake.

Lựa chọn cửa hàng uy tín để mua

Một trong những cách để chắc chắn rằng bạn đang sở hữu một chiếc đồng hồ Tissot nam chính hãng đó là bạn nên lựa chọn những cửa hàng uy tín để mua.

Nếu như bạn đang băn khoăn không biết mua đồng hồ Tissot ở đâu thì chúng tôi xin giới thiệu tới bạn cửa hàng Đồng hồ Minh Tường. Đây là một địa chỉ uy tín chuyên cung cấp các loại đồng hồ Tissot với giá thành tốt nhất.

Vậy bạn còn chần chừ gì nữa mà không gọi điện thoại tới số 0243 828 8579 - 0904 138 567 - 0932 398 980 để sở hữu những chiếc đồng hồ Tissot nam chính hãng. Đồng hồ Minh Tường hân hạnh được đón tiếp và phục vụ khách hàng.

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Re: When will we see new features

Post by cernodile » Wed Jan 31, 2018 10:51 am

quanghai wrote:When will we see new features? - I know when their are done... but

At the moment it seems that only minor bugs are getting fixed, but nothing that hints at the implementation of new features.

What is with the new explorer?
And has anyone looked into the multi-cpu detection bug, properly working ps2 + usb + acpi
What ist with integrated smb client, so that we can connect to network shares?
And wpa encryption for wlan...

Pardon me if i sound impatiant, but i think we have to press for it before xp gets out of support.... but since i see in which direction windows is developping, i just don't want to rely on it anymore...

Win7 is somehow bearable, but as win8 makes my blood boil i decided to use either xp or reactos... or nothing.
Hello!

Not much of the development process is constantly announced, but I can ensure you, there's a lot of things going on behind the scenes. You pointed out usb, there's vgal working on it. A lot of the volunteers choose to work on minor fixes, and major additions are usually worked on by paid developers.

Also XP is already out of support for years. Wireless things are actually one of the suggestions for GSoC 2018. I think we're doing quite fine considering the amount of volunteers in ReactOS.
My working rigs:
Dell Latitude E5430 on 0.4.9-vgal - i5-3340M, 8GB (4 utilized) DDR3-1600MHz RAM, booting off a USB.
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Re: When will we see new features

Post by dizt3mp3r » Wed Jan 31, 2018 11:00 am

If you are unaware of the progress being made in ReactOS then you aren't looking hard enough. Have a look here on the forum at ctasan's change log and see what is on the current list. That is just the stuff being done now, more will be added as more is added to ReactOS. The amount that is being achieved is surprising.

Please re-adjust your desires for something now, downward - in line with the reality of an open source project. There is very little point in getting frustrated with progress when those that are doing the development are in effect, you and I and others like us. If we can't offer code then we can't speed the process up.

Find a way to contribute and you'll speed the whole process up. Otherwise, you'll just have to wait I am afraid. It'll be worth it.

PS. If you had a handy million £ Sterling or a million and a third in dollars - as a handy donation, it might go some way to getting ReactOS into beta within six months...or so.

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Re: When will we see new features

Post by PurpleGurl » Wed Jan 31, 2018 2:24 pm

The core detection issue mentioned in the first post isn't a "bug." A bug is an unintentional oversight. This is a matter of not having a multi-core/multi-CPU HAL coded. Lack of support is not the same as a bug.

Explorer New is mostly done. There are still some odds and ends to resolve and some shell support left to complete I imagine, but it is functional and Windows compatible.

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Re: When will we see new features

Post by ctasan » Wed Jan 31, 2018 2:35 pm

WHAT?! We are seeing every release!

When I came here (Feb'14), ReactOS was a nightmare. It worked, but it was missing LOTS of things. Easily crash the system and there was a registry or file corruption, for example. Explorer was freezing constantly. Lots of drawing problems was present. No NTFS or NTVDM support was available.

Since 0.4 (Feb'16), TONS of new features and bugfixes came in. Please see this to learn what things came in.

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Re: When will we see new features

Post by dsp8195 » Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:21 pm

I blame the current vomit-inducing design of the website. A non-intuitive mess that resembles fake advertisement sites, that have the same inoperable layout, and its "creators" that quickly lost interest in fixing it and abandoned it altogether after the damage has already been done. The fact the site of the international project after receiving an "upgrade" no longer has translations into different languages is absolutely atrocious and speaks a lot about the "level" of "involvement" of its "web" "team".

With that said, use either JIRA or GitHub to follow the progress, because this place is a garbage dump full of trolls, SJWs and people that need to learn_more about the project they're "supporting" instead of making passive-aggressive statements about the inner workings of WinAPI, dll wrappers and my "lack of knowledge" of them in general.

I had enough of this unceasing circus.

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Re: When will we see new features

Post by Fraizeraust » Wed Jan 31, 2018 4:04 pm

quanghai wrote:Pardon me if i sound impatiant, but i think we have to press for it before xp gets out of support.... but since i see in which direction windows is developping, i just don't want to rely on it anymore...
The ReactOS team is small with just some active developers, the OS is progressing but not so fast as you might expect. I understand your frustration over this but don't expect things ready up to the table, you can help the team by either donating or contributing some code.
dsp8195 wrote:I blame the current vomit-inducing design of the website. A non-intuitive mess that resembles fake advertisement sites, that have the same inoperable layout, and its "creators" that quickly lost interest in fixing it and abandoned it altogether after the damage has already been done. The fact the site of the international project after receiving an "upgrade" no longer has translations into different languages is absolutely atrocious and speaks a lot about the "level" of "involvement" of its "web" "team".
So far vicmarcal and Colin are responsible for website maintaining. I'm not sure about their current status right now but I'm afraid that you're actually right in a way.

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Re: When will we see new features

Post by milon » Fri Feb 02, 2018 2:27 am

There's TONS of fixes and improvements happening all the time. Occasionally new features are added, but getting there existing stuff stable & bug-free is usually a higher priority.

Here's one commit log for you:
https://github.com/reactos/reactos/commits/master

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Re: When will we see new features

Post by EmuandCo » Fri Feb 02, 2018 9:31 am

@dsp8195 I suggest you edit your post to be less insulting to the site maintainers and other ppl, otherwise I would have to do that... and this wont stop with a simple edit. Deadline: 02.02.18 8 PM GMT+1
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ReactOS is still in alpha stage, meaning it is not feature-complete and is recommended only for evaluation and testing purposes.

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Re: When will we see new features

Post by dizt3mp3r » Fri Feb 02, 2018 11:50 am

Quanghai, forgive the trolling you see here, the forum has a few that like to complain. They are thankfully reducing in number...

Frustration sets in when an open source project does not progress in the direction nor progresses as fast as people want. Generally people are "entitled" these days to expect results now. These are often non-coders who don't understand what it takes to get an incredibly complex piece of code into a usable state. Bugs take ages to identify, find, fix, test and release and that's just bugs in the existing code.

ReactOS is hand-made, hand crafted and it won't appear now or in the near future. However, it will make continuous progress and it may be 'usable' soon.

I will define usable later...

PS. That rant by dsp about the website is a little malicious and the words misplaced. The site is fine, it is attractive and it looks professional, a little too professional in parts as it is lacking key information that should be there to dispel the myth that ReactOS is usable now. Dsp could have worded that post so much better. It sounds as if he has taken voluntary leave - two in the same number of days, good!

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Re: When will we see new features

Post by Cyber Toon » Sat Feb 03, 2018 5:45 am

dizt3mp3r wrote:Quanghai, forgive the trolling you see here, the forum has a few that like to complain. They are thankfully reducing in number...

Frustration sets in when an open source project does not progress in the direction nor progresses as fast as people want. Generally people are "entitled" these days to expect results now. These are often non-coders who don't understand what it takes to get an incredibly complex piece of code into a usable state. Bugs take ages to identify, find, fix, test and release and that's just bugs in the existing code.

ReactOS is hand-made, hand crafted and it won't appear now or in the near future. However, it will make continuous progress and it may be 'usable' soon.

I will define usable later...

PS. That rant by dsp about the website is a little malicious and the words misplaced. The site is fine, it is attractive and it looks professional, a little too professional in parts as it is lacking key information that should be there to dispel the myth that ReactOS is usable now. Dsp could have worded that post so much better. It sounds as if he has taken voluntary leave - two in the same number of days, good!
"I could install it on a hard drive and use it as a day to day replacement for windows, with functioning updates I can install from within the OS, Confidence that applications and drivers will work, confidence it won't randomly crash and break when doing something or running an application that would work on Windows, confidence it won't screw up my hard drive and/or bios, and confidence of the OS not slowing down or becoming unstable from any of the above. " That's how I'd define a "usable" Operating System, and how I assume anyone would define it. Basically, that's how I assume someone would expect an operating system to behave.

A conservative definition of "soon" to me is January 2020, when Windows 7 support ends.

I'm not complaining, I'm just a bit confused by you saying ReactOS will be "usable" soon.

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Re: When will we see new features

Post by dizt3mp3r » Sat Feb 03, 2018 12:48 pm

As I said, I will define usable later...

A quick run at it:

"At some point in the development you will be able to say "it runs my programs" - You could then use it. It just depends upon your demands and your choice of apps/drivers &c. As a result ReactOS could become usable for you in a very limited sense, ie. some apps may work, ReactOS will still be unstable but some of what you want to do may eventually work. One such solution might possibly be just single apps running in sandboxed VM's. I can almost see ReactOS being bundled with apps to run in such a manner. There are so many possibilities.

Of course for others it might not be usable based upon their specific applications and drivers not working."

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Re: When will we see new features

Post by dounet » Sun Feb 04, 2018 2:52 pm

I think personally the project leadership should be stronger on pushing for donations. The way forward for Reactos is to get further high quality manpower. Therefore, beyond communicating about Reactos and attract volunteers, also hire developers against set tasks.

I am personally giving recurrently every month, and once a year a lumpsum. It is not big, but if we were a 1000 to do the same, it would go a long way securing paid developers, getting traction and momentum, far more new news, which in turn would create communication, volunteers etc.

I will keep donating to this amazing project and I suspect many people like me would donate gladly, would they be asked to in a more specific way than a small 'Donate' button in the site.

Small funding campaigns against a task, against a duration or any target (something like "Let's recruit 200 monthly donors to add one developer this year", with a progress bar) would motivate the competitive behaviours.

I urge Reactos leadership to leverage their amazing proposition and product so far. Anybody with some curiosity would be glad to donate if asked. Really.

Personally I will happily put my money where my mouth is, and will double my contribution to help the momentum, if asked...

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Re: When will we see new features

Post by Cyber Toon » Fri Feb 09, 2018 9:36 pm

I regularly read commits to ReactOS, because I am interested in it. I have noticed, that recently, there has been a lot of work on the Common Cache, and towards getting ReactOS to run on an Ext2 volume. Also, the taskbar settings now work, and, as always, there have been a lot of fixes in themes. Also, there is now a rotation bar in the boot screen. These may not be "new features", but I would not say these are all "minor" things. Also, the minor things add up. Notice how much more stable ReactOS is now, compared to many of the 0.3.x releases?

Also, the new explorer is compatible with explorer in Windows XP and Windows 2003. It uses many functions in Shell32, and is swappable with Windows 2003's explorer. The old explorer, while it was necessary for a long time, was completely incompatible with the real Windows explorer.

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