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The Tissot Seastar 1000 vs. 2000 Professional

The Tissot Seastar 1000 vs. 2000 Professional

When picking an everyday or “daily driver” wristwatch, most people lean towards tool watches, such as a dive watch. It can be overwhelming with the number of brands that produce dive watches, but what matters the most when picking a dive watch is its ruggedness and ability to be worn in all conditions without worrying about it being knocked around, getting wet or any other scenario when wearing a watch. The Tissot Seastar line is a fantastic choice when picking a dive watch. The Seastar 1000 and Seastar 2000 are excellent watches, but sharing a similar aesthetic; what’s the difference? We can help with that. 


Let’s start with the Tissot Seastar 1000– a combination of functionality and style without compromise. The Seastar 1000 is a fantastic dive watch. The watch may be larger with its 43mm stainless steel case, 12.7mm case thickness, and 21mm lug-to-lug. However, it makes up for it with 30ATM (300m/1000ft) of water resistance, screw-down display caseback and the implementation of the Powermatic 80 automatic movement. 

While both watches look similar, the Tissot Seastar 2000 offers more than the Seastar 1000. For an additional $400, the Seastar 2000 is equipped with a 46mm stainless steel case, 16.3mm case thickness and a 22mm lug-to-lug; this is a more oversized watch than the Seastar 1000. However, the Seastar 2000 features 60ATM (600m/2000ft) of water resistance, a helium gas escape valve, ISO 6425 certification and implements the Powermatic 80 automatic movement. The beautiful textured “wave “ dial and finishing are also available with the Seastar 2000. 

While both watches are fantastic options, both have differing price tags due to aesthetic and functionality differences. Choosing a watch comes down to preference and what you are looking for. Does water resistance matter? Does case size matter? Do features of a watch matter?

Check our the Tissot Seastar collection here.