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Tissot T-Sport Seastar 1000 Men's Automatic Watch

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JomaShop has Tissot T-Sport Seastar 1000 Men's Automatic Watch (T066.407.17.057.02) on sale for $475 - $100 w/ promo code SDBF4TS100 = $375. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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would pick this up if i has the money! best bang for the buck for a good timepiece
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would pick this up if i has the money! best bang for the buck for a good timepiece
Nice watch. I'm about spent out from Christmas shopping though.
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Solid deal. I bought the Visodate recently while my Tag Carrera was at Tag service and I ended up keeping the Tissot as well. Definitely one of the legit Swiss brands that tend to fly under the radar.
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Ugly date window and hour hand too short.
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I like it...in for one. 42mm is a nice size as well.
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I purchased the T-Sport Seastar 1000 from Jomashop and owned it for half a year before I offloaded on eBay. It is a really nice looking watch, but I want to warn y'all that the particular watch that I received couldn't keep time (even after getting it serviced). Even if actively worn throughout the day, I found it would gain additional 5-8 minutes by the end of the day. I had to take it into a Tissot authorized repair center twice where it sat for 2 months waiting for parts. To be fair, this was my first and last Swiss automatic watch. Yes, it is a Swiss-made watch, thus it will cost you dearly to get it repaired and serviced. Just my 0.02.
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I purchased the T-Sport Seastar 1000 from Jomashop and owned it for half a year before I offloaded on eBay. It is a really nice looking watch, but I want to warn y'all that the particular watch that I received couldn't keep time (even after getting it serviced). Even if actively worn throughout the day, I found it would gain additional 5-8 minutes by the end of the day. I had to take it into a Tissot authorized repair center twice where it sat for 2 months waiting for parts. To be fair, this was my first and last Swiss automatic watch. Yes, it is a Swiss-made watch, thus it will cost you dearly to get it repaired and serviced. Just my 0.02.
Heard of regulating bro? Seastar 1000s are very popular among collectors
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Ugly date window and hour hand too short.
Agreed!
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Heard of regulating bro? Seastar 1000s are very popular among collectors
Seriously, it has a modified 2824...any watchmaker worth a damn should be able to easily regulate it and the bill should be minimal.
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Ugly as sin, but to each his own.
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Ugly as sin, but to each his own.
Specs are nice but I was thinking the same thing looking at the hands...
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Seriously, it has a modified 2824...any watchmaker worth a damn should be able to easily regulate it and the bill should be minimal.
Losing mins per day signifies something is seriously wrong with it. Not a simple tweak.

BTW, I bought a nice 2824 equipped Wenger a few years back and after I adjusted it the time is within a few seconds per day. My dang kid stole it from me though. I wouldn't mind something like this as a replacement. Does this one have the adjustment feature after removing the back cover like the general release 2824?

Edit: found a nice review of the watch mentioning the differences in the movement. https://www.ablogtowatch.com/tiss...tch-hands/ This new 80 hour movement is inherently less accurate than the normal 2824.
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Losing mins per day signifies something is seriously wrong with it. Not a simple tweak.

BTW, I bought a nice 2824 equipped Wenger a few years back and after I adjusted it the time is within a few seconds per day. My dang kid stole it from me though. I wouldn't mind something like this as a replacement. Does this one have the adjustment feature after removing the back cover like the general release 2824?

Edit: found a nice review of the watch mentioning the differences in the movement. https://www.ablogtowatch.com/tiss...tch-hands/ [ablogtowatch.com] This new 80 hour movement is inherently less accurate than the normal 2824.
I own one of these and, while I know that the 80-hour reserve should mean that it's less accurate than a conventional 2824 watch, that hasn't really been my experience. It keeps time quite well (within expectations of its price range, of course).

It's actually become my favorite daily watch, largely because I can take it off Friday night, wear something else through the weekend, and it's still keeping time when I put it back on Monday morning.

Nice clicky and well-aligned bezel with lots of grip, clean dial, and it wears small for its size. Quite comfortable.

To me, the only real catch with this one is the lug width: 19mm. If you're fond of switching straps often, you'll find that there aren't many options in 19mm.

Otherwise, it's a great watch.
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