What does 1000 stand for on the Tissot Seastar 1000?
Let’s jump right into it with the meaning of the “1000” in its name – water resistance. Water resistance: This is a dive watch, and it has a water resistance rating of 30 bar, meaning 1000ft or 300m equivalent. This matches the rating of the Rolex Submariner – that’s impressive.
Is the Tissot Seastar automatic?
Description. The automatic choice for divers. With its high water-resistance up to a pressure of 30 bar (300 m/1000 ft), screw-down crown and caseback as well as its unidirectional ceramic bezel, the Tissot Seastar 1000 is the ultimate diving watch, now combined with the energy of the Powermatic 80 movement.
What movement is in the Tissot Seastar 1000?
Powermatic 80/ETA C07
The $695 Seastar 1000 contains a Powermatic 80/ETA C07. 111 movement with an 80-hour power reserve, which means the watch contains a massive mainspring that keeps things going for most of three days without winding. The Seastar is also water-resistant to 1,000 feet thanks to a huge screw-down crown and thick casing.
Is Tissot Seastar worth buying?
Yes it is worth it, the watch was restyled and looks luch better now. The mechanism is an improved mod. 2824-2, which is the single most widespread model all the way up to Breitling and TAG (they use the same movement but better regulated and more accurate.)
What are the dimensions of the Tissot seastar 1000 chronograph?
Tissot Seastar 1000 Chronograph T120.417.17.421.00 45.5mm… Tissot T-Sport Seastar 1000 Powermatic 80 Automatic Blue Dial… Tissot Seastar 1000 Powermatic 80 Automatic Black Dial…
How much does a Tissot seastar cost?
But the fact that it’s limited edition probably means that it’s going to be a bit more than the average Seastar price (which can range anywhere from 400 to 1500 USD) *. For me though, this piece is just another reminder that Tissot is still trying to do great things with the Seastar.
What is the water-resistance of the Seastar 1000?
Please try again later. The Tissot Seastar 1000 is the ultimate watersport watch, with its high water-resistance up to a pressure of 30 bar (300 m/1000 ft), screw-down crown and caseback as well as its unidirectional aluminum bezel.
Why choose a Tissot watch?
The Swiss watchmaker lends its expertise to all the major races on the calendar. In a sport where every second counts, relying on an extremely high-quality timekeeper is essential. Tissot shares the same values as A.S.O. in this regard and the same values in terms of standards, precision and performance.