Tissot Seastar 1000 line was reintroduced last year, after a short absence from the market. These are entry-level professional diver’s watches, equipped with a lot of very useful functions and with nice sporty design. The newest additions to Tissot Seastar 1000 line will be announced in a couple of weeks at BaselWorld. At first glance, it looks like Tissot managed to perfectly combine style and form. These are good looking watches and are built to sustain under water pressure to 30 bars, or 300 meters.
These new automatic watches are available as chronographs, utilizing the revolutionary C01.211 movement, or as simple but very elegant three-hand models, equipped with Swiss automatic movements.
The new Tissot Seastar 1000 is a perfect companion for all your under water adventures. It is extremely accurate and easy to read, shining brightly in low light conditions thanks to the rich Super-LumiNova coating on the hands and hour markers. It is topped with diver’s unidirectional bezel and completed with stainless steel bracelet with diver’s buckle and extension. All watches are set with their own helium valve. This useful addition provides functionality for professional divers operating at great depths for prolonged periods of time or under saturation.
The chronograph models are offered in very large 48mm wide case. The cases are crafted in stainless steel and coated in black or blue PVD. There are ten different models and color combinations available. The new blue, ocean-inspired PVD finish, is introduced for the first time with these new models. The choice of dial colors remains opulent: black and white, blue, or black and orange dials, plus a selection of metal or rubber attachments.
The expected retail price for these models is somewhere between $1,000 and $1,999.