Tissot Seastar


1964 was a hell of a year.

Technical Specs:
Case Size: 34 millimeters
Lug Width: 18 millimeters
Case Material: Gold Plated
Bracelet: Chocolate Exotic Leather

About the maker
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Tissot – A Swiss company founded in 1853 in the historically rich watchmaking town of Le Locle, Switzerland, Tissot has long been a brand committed to innovation, sport, and survival. It was the first watch company to mass produce pocket watches, the first to develop anti-magnetic timepieces, and the first to capitalize on a market craving wristwatches made of unorthodox materials (namely granite, plastic, wood, and pearl). Tissot, in order to remain afloat during the Great Depression, merged with Omega in 1930, and later merged with variety of other historical Swiss makers in 1983 to form what would later be named the Swatch Group. Tissot watches have been worn by race car drivers, world leaders, and professional athletes alike, and its watches keep their place as an integral Swiss piece for those looking to luxury and functionality, pure-wit and invention, and most importantly a tradition of understated greatness.