Tissot has introduced a top end dive watch to its portfolio in the form of the Seastar 2000 Professional.
It has all the attributes required of a commercial diver’s timekeeper including water-resistance to 2,000 feet, a helium escape valve, ISO 6425 certification, highly legible dial, an automatic movement with 80 hour power reserve and a ceramic unidirectional bezel.
It also has the styling expected of a contemporary steel sports watch that will be worn to the office such as a wave-patterned dial in shaded blue, aquamarine or black.
The watch goes on sale in July with an expected price of just under $1,000.
Inside the 46mm steel watch, Tissot has opted for an automatic Powermatic 80 calibre made by Swatch Group stablemate ETA.
The movement can be seen through a sapphire glass case back with a seahorse transfer.
It can be worn on a rubber strap or steel bracelet.