THE LIFE AQUATIC
The Seastar 1000 has all the advantages of a diving watch: it’s robust, water-tight, easy to read and what’s more, comes at an affordable price. Ready for the dive?
Some watches are like an invitation to travel. Others prompt you to pull on your diving suit and set off to explore the sea depths. The Tissot Seastar 1000 Automatique is one of them! With its 43mm steel case cut out for adventure, you’ll want it on your wrist whether you are immersed in the ocean or making your way against the urban tide. In any situation, it will give you the right time with ultra-readable elements displayed on the dial. The dial itself comes in deep black, electric blue, metallic grey or a blue-black tone somewhat reminiscent of the ocean, while large hands and hour markers with a luminous coating have the advantage of standing out perfectly in the dark.
The timepiece is driven by an automatic movement. The calibre Powermatic 80, which can now be found on many of the watches made by Tissot, guarantees a generous power reserve of over three days.
Price: 710 EUR www.tissotwatches.com
By Dan Diaconu