All about performance in Tissot’s latest collection

Novelties in the latest Seastar collection as well as the new vintage-inspired Telemeter 1938 underscore the company’s dedication to sports and timekeeping

DESIGNED to fit any wrist, anytime and anywhere, the new Tissot Seastar is more than a watch - it's a companion. Born in the mountains but destined for the oceans, the collection introduces two new models for two distinct groups of sports men and women, but with the same high performance wearability.

The 46mm Seastar 2000 Professional Powermatic 80 is an ISO 6425-certified diver's watch fitted with a marine-inspired gradient dial embossed with a wave motif. Case options include stainless steel and black PVD-coated steel. On the other hand, the 36mm Seastar 1000 Quartz lends itself swimmingly to everyday wear, dressed in black blue or white and paired with a metal bracelet interchangeable with a silicone strap coloured in a plethora of sporty hues.

Meanwhile, the new 42mm Telemeter 1938 pays tribute to the good old days of mechanical timekeeping when Vital Thiébaud skied down the slopes of Villars-sur-Ollon 84 years ago, with a Tissot on the wrist. In this modern remake, Tissot retains the elegant spiralling tachymeter accompanied by two railroad sub-dials, as well as its historical emblem. The hour numerals also hark back to the late 1930s, brimming with character and stylistic flair.

Inside, the newly upgraded Valjoux A05.231 automatic chronograph powers the watch with a Nivachron hairspring and 68-hour extended power reserve.


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