Tissot Powermatic Seastar fit
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    Tissot Powermatic Seastar fit

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    I am pretty interested in this watch. I have only heard good things about it and it is in the price range of my budget. Would this too big for a 6.5" wrist? My wrist is pretty small, but I can wear a Mako XL and Seiko Turtle decently.
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    Re: Tissot Powermatic Seastar fit

    If you are happy with the XL you should be O.K. with the Seastar. They’re not a rare watch so try one on.

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    Re: Tissot Powermatic Seastar fit

    I think that will be fine :)
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    Re: Tissot Powermatic Seastar fit

    I have this same one and it it fits my 7 inch wrist well. I wouldn't want it any larger. however, as it seems to wear on the larger side. You are probably OK but as said I would try it on as I think it would be on the edge for a 6.5 inch wrist. Then again, it is a dive watch. For dive watches, I think they SHOULD fit a lot larger than dress. It is certainly a fancy dive watch at that, so could be worn very casually. I really like mine.

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