Are you a James bond fan? If you are, you’d notice that the Seastar looks familiar. It’s identical to the Omega Sea Master
Pierce Brosnan wore. The watch he wore was very expensive, which makes the Seastar an even better dupe.
As its name suggests, it’s a superb dive watch. It can handle a 1000 feet (300 feet) underwater. It also comes with a surgical grade stainless steel body. As it’s quality stainless steel, worrying about scratches will never be an issue.
There is a great deal of lume on its display. It’s bright and makes reading the time underwater a breeze. Like any good dive watch, the Seastar has a rotating bezel – it ticks, giving you a timer to get out of the water.
The timepiece is kind of big. Its case stretches 1.69 inches (43 mm), and its bracelet is on the wider side.
You’re looking at an automatic device. The watch comes with the Powermatic 80 movement. It provides an impressive 80-hour power reserve
. Power reserves are how long you can have automatic watches off without their gears acting up. The timepiece also has 23 jewels. This is more than the standard, making its gears move smoothly.
Being a swiss watch, a sapphire display is expected. The Seastar doesn’t disappoint. Its sapphire window is especially scratch-resistant. If you didn’t know, sapphire is the toughest glass
It has a calendar too. It’s in the 6-o clock position. The date is made very easy to read as it’s in a clear font.
What makes it special: It looks like the Omega Seamaster
We’re total fans of its gold case. Being a Swiss watch, we’re not surprised that the gold was plated on. Its base is surgical grade stainless steel, which is why it’s hard to scratch.
The timepiece comes with an aluminum bezel. It’s quite tough and holds its tachymeter. You probably don’t know what a tachymeter is - it’s a ring that tells you the distance between objects. It works hand-in-hand with chronographs. Yes, the Quickster comes with a chronograph well. It’s a stopwatch that tracks the seconds, minutes, and hours passed.
The watch isn’t big. Its case stretches 1.61 inches (41 mm) across. Its strap isn’t wide either. Speaking of its strap, it’s made from leather. It is cow-skin and embossed to look extra special. Tissot says they tried achieving an alligator-skin look.
The Quickster doesn’t have any numerals on its dials. The gold markers placed don’t have any lume. There is luminous paint on the watch's hands, though. They shine well in dim settings.
There is a calendar, but it’s located in the 4-o’clock position. You’ll likely strain your neck trying to read it. If it’s any consolation, know that it’s in a very clear font.
You’re looking at a water-resistant piece. The device can handle 330 feet (100 meters) underwater. But you probably shouldn’t get it wet – leather is really hard to dry. If you do intend to take it underwater, you might be wondering if its bezel rotates. The answer is no.
No, it’s not automatic. The timepiece is Swiss quartz. To be more specific, the ETA G10.211 is inside it.
Of course, a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal is by your side.
What makes it special: Its gold case
The watch is bigger than the other 2. Its case is 1.73 inches (44 mm). We think wearing it on smaller wrists would look awkward. Its bracelet is on the larger side too.
Since it’s silver, you might have guessed that its body is quality stainless steel. It’s surgical grade.
The timepiece has a chronograph. Its chronograph subdials read the seconds, minutes and hours passed. There’s also a tachymeter to go with it. The tachy-ring may be hard to read as it’s small.
The Courtier is water-resistant. Like its brother above, it can handle 330 feet (100 meters) underwater. Being made from high-quality stainless steel, rust will never be an issue. Tissot hasn’t mentioned if the watch is ISO 6425
certified or not, so you probably should not dive with it.
When you’re in the pool, you’ll appreciate its luminous display. There is a lot of lume on its hands.
There is a calendar on its dial. You might not have noticed it - it’s really small. Thankfully, it’s in the 3-o’ clock position, so you won’t be straining your neck trying to read it.
If you like automatic watches, you’ll love to know that the Courtier comes with the movement. The specific mechanism in it is the Eta c01.211. It comes with 15 jewels and a 45-hour power reserve
What about its crystal? Well, it’s sapphire. It’s as resistant as in the other 2.
Hopefully, you’re a fan of spending. The timepiece is the most expensive on our list
. It costs almost $900. We think it looks its price.
What makes it special: It looks very expensive