Meet the New Tissot 2000ft Seastar Professional Dive Watch

Treating yourself occasionally is a rewarding thing to do and you deserve to do so after all the hard work you have been doing. It could be anything that you enjoy, whether it be new clothes, a pair of shoes, or a luxury watch.

When you talk about luxury watches, Tissot is one of the top brands that offer a wide range of watches in every style and design imaginable. Their products are known to be of high quality yet maintain affordability, offering good value for money. It has been around for over 160 years and has established a reputation for its in-house movements such as the Powermatic 80 and a host of models from dress watches to sports pieces.

Just recently, the brand has yet again added another remarkable watch to their collection, the Tissot 2000ft. Seastar Professional with outstanding specs and features made with adventurous people in mind.

Tissot Introduces a New Diver’s Watch With Pro Specs

The new Tissot 200ft Seastar Professional is a beautiful masterpiece with a design made perfectly for fans who spend most of their weekends near or in the water. With its Swiss-automatic movement, a diameter of 25.6mm, this beautiful water-resistant watch can hold up to a pressure of 2000 ft or 600m.

It has a stainless steel case, which makes it appropriate for a casual or formal look. But, what makes it more interesting is that because it’s made with robust and durable material, it’s also a watch that can accompany you in your extreme activities, resisting water damage and regular wear and tear. It is presented in three color options—deep blue, black, and turquoise. Any of these three is a compliment on your wrist.

Tissot and the Birth of the Seastar

While Tissot is known for producing dress watches that are usually reserved for special occasions, the brand has also ventured into making tool watches, hence the birth of the Seastar. In 1853, the brand gambled on creating water-resistant watches and all of their efforts transpired at the horology house of Tissot from Le Locle.

By the 1920s, Tissot was already making its way to success with the creation of the first anti-magnetic wristwatch. This came at the heels of its water-resistant watch lines, exhibiting a new set of features—shock-resistance and anti-magnetism, to name a few. The year 1952 and Tissot registered the name Seastar. However, it took two more years before its debut in the brand’s 1954 catalog.

The first Seastar had a thicker case to protect the watch from moisture. It wasn’t until 1970 when Tissot released a collection of much more sporty types of watches called the Tissot’s T12. This served as a catalyst for the release of more innovative watches from Tissot, each surpassing people’s expectations every time.

Other Seastar Watches Just for You

Aside from the new Seastar 2000ft Professional, Tissot has plenty of other Seastar watches that are equally worth checking out. Below are some of them.

1. Seastar 1000 Chronograph Quartz Green Dial

The Seastar is the perfect balance between the brand’s original aesthetics and the most modern watchmaking techniques. Except for its green dial, this Seastar 1000 Chronograph isn’t much different from the other chronographs from the line. It features a 45.5mm stainless steel case, a matching bracelet, and 300 meters of water resistance.

2. Seastar 1000 Powermatic 80 Automatic Green Dial

The in-house-made Powermatic 80 automatic caliber movement not only demonstrates the brand’s success in precision but also boasts an impressive 80 hours of power reserve. With the watch’s 43mm stainless steel casing, it is recommended for those who prefer a relatively small-size watch while diving. It has a unique color that can add spice to any outfit.

3. Seastar 1000 Chronograph Quartz Black Dial

If you want a classic-looking but water-resistant watch then this may be the perfect fit for you. With a 45.5mm case in solid stainless steel, it can flare up your style in no time. Plus with its up to 300m water resistance, you would never have to worry about water damage on your watch.

4. Seastar 1000 Powermatic 80 Automatic Blue Dial

Last but not least is this vibrant blue model presented in a 43mm stainless steel case. It’s made to make your diving experience not only successful but stylish as well. With its moderate size, it wouldn’t be too heavy on the wrist, allowing you to move freely while exploring underwater. It’s also powered by the in-house Powermatic 80 movement, promising 80 hours of power reserve and robust performance.

What Makes Tissot Watches Affordable

Deciding what timepiece would best suit your taste and personality, and cater to your needs is no easy feat. Adding to the confusion is the budget, which you should also put into consideration. The good news? With a Tissot watch, the budget will never be a problem and we owe it to their affordable prices.

With everything sourced and manufactured locally, Tissot has been able to keep its overall production costs cheaper. It has allowed the brand to offer timepieces at affordable prices, without compromising quality, accuracy, and precision. It also pays to mention that being part of the larger Swatch Group has enabled the brand access to more affordable, high-quality materials, thus cut corners where it makes sense and yet maintains Swiss-made quality.

A Tissot Seastar Watch Just for You

During this trying time, it is important to give yourself a break from everything that’s happening around you. Mental and physical health is more important than anything else. Treat yourself to some good adventure, treat yourself with a Tissot watch.

What would be a better company as you explore underwater than with a watch that you can rely on? With the wide range of watches Tissot offers, you’re sure to find one that you’ll be using for a long time as they’re guaranteed of high endurance and durability that can deliver even in the roughest situations.

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