The Seastar 660 came in automatic, quartz and chronograph models - and in a range of colours.Just wondered opinions of this diver , I have a chance to get a used one . Thxs
I'm sorry I don't know the 2003 retail price. I understand they were quite a feature of the Tissot range when the came out, and that they may have attracted a premium price - but I don't know how that would convert these days.What was the original price?
You are absolutely right - the automatics I was thinking of were actually the early Seastar 1000.I don't recall the Seastar 660 being offered as an automatic. I always thought it was quartz only.
The range is still in production. I've seen them on Jomashop, etc. However, the style has been updated a bit. (I would add photos, but I don't own any.)I'm a great Tissot fan and may consider one of these chunky models as big, chunky watches are what I like ...
Is the Seastar range still in production? It would be nice to see the various options in pics here. Thanx.
Absolutely brilliant!!I think it looks cheap. There are other options. Other brands that look much better.
Citizen has much nicer diver watches.
Yea, there were two .. this one is in GBP; I spoke to the dude who owns it and is really a reluctant seller. Figures if he doesn't get his ask, he'll keep it.I found this same watch on eBay. It's described as in New condition and unworn, but it appears to have damage and scratches to the bezel between 12 and 2 o'clock. The asking price is more than you state also. I'm not sure it's worth that much.
You must be referring to a 1000 chrono of a different model year because the 660 and the 1000 (no chrono option that I've seen) that have been discussed have the same bezel:dial ratio.The 660 always reminded my of Invicta watches (which look ridiculous). Too much bezel with a tiny little face. All of that material for a watch that has a depth rating comparable to my PRC 200 Automatic dress watch.
The Seastar 1000 Auto Chrono is a whole other story...