Tissot is one of the most widely known Swiss watch brands. It was founded in 1853 in Le Locle in Neuchâtel in Switzerland, and is today part of the Swatch group together with Omega, Longines and Hamilton among others.
The white dial of this 1970's Tissot Seastar is in original condition with hardly any noticable signs of ageing. It has an applied 'T' logo and is marked Tissot, Swiss, SeastarSeven, Swiss made. As with watches of this age in general, the T's around the 'Swiss Made' denotes Tritium, the radio-active material used to make the hands luminescent.
The crystal and gold plated case are in very good condition for the age. The case back is stainless steel. The watch comes on a brown leather strap. The square case shape of this watch which is characteristic for the 1970's gives this elegant watch some personality. In lack of a better word, it's cool.
The movement is manual and has a frequency of 18,000 A/h and has a strong tick and loses approximately less than half a minute a day.
This is a vintage watch and while it has passed our testing and does keep time and has a good power reserve, it must be taken into account that it is a vintage watch and its performance is not to be compared to modern quartz watches.
This watch comes with a high-quality practical travel case and a certificate of authenticity from Arlington Watches.
Men's / Unisex
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Sweeping second hand
Gold plated stainless steel
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Aftermarket brown leather strap with gold plated buckle