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Citizen Men's Eco-Drive Skyhawk A-T Watch
|Price:||£390.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details|
|You Save:||£79.00 (17%)|
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- Citizen eco-drive is fuelled by light, any light. It's a watch that never needs a battery.
- Precise quartz movement
- Silver Titanium bracelet with fold over clasp
- Protective Mineral glass window lens
- Citizen provide a 5 year manufacturer warranty
- Water resistance up to 200.00 meters
|Dial Window Material Type||Mineral|
|Clasp Type||Fold over clasp with safety|
|Case Diameter||45 millimetres|
|Band Width||24 millimetres|
|Warranty Description||5 Year Manufacturer Warranty|
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Top Customer Reviews
When this version came out I could not believe the specification! As well as the usual stuff: Stopwatch, alarms, multiple time zones, solar power and no battery change, two other features blew me away, namely the atomic time, which means this watch is always accurate and the fact that it is titanium making this huge watch extremely light. Not to mention the slide rule dial which can be used for calculations.
One other thing that only becomes clear after wearing this is the quality and precision of the dials and the huge amount of finely printed text on this watch. Believe me there is alot of tiny print, but the quality is absolutely second to none and all the surfaces are machined to an incredibly precise finish. I have owned many watches but never seen anything which looks so precise.
Although none of these functions is unique, I do not know of any watch which comes close in functionality, except maybe a Casio or Tissot touch and I have heard that many people have had problems with the Tissot, which is aimed at trekkers rather than a world traveller or pilot and Casio have never quite shaken the cheap disposable image of years gone by.
This watch has been faultless and 100% accurate for 2 years now. It will never be regarded with the same respect as any of the Swiss timepieces all the purists rave about, simply because it is a Citizen, but it simply blows them all away for accuracy and functionality.Read more ›
Other than this, the watch has numerous additional features which make it indispensable.
The slide rule bezel is remarkably useful on the ground, not only for planning missions, but also for currency conversion, long division and percentages. Furthermore on a trail back from the US recently it was extremely useful for calculating fuel burn when the gas was a bit tight. I will definitely not own a work watch without a slide rule bezel again.
The light is bright and the watch hands are also luminous and easy to read in low light. Whilst this is a large watch (I suggest you go and try one on before purchasing), the titanium version is remarkably light. I like its purposeful looks too.
The build quality of the watch is excellent. Whilst it sounds like a small point, the second hand points exactly at each second mark on the dial as it rotates (it really annoys me if the second hand points halfway between them). Furthermore, if the hands are not correctly aligned you can manually adjust them.Read more ›
I ordered one and when it arrived I started working my way through the instruction manual. However as I practised with the slide rule bezel it became stiff and felt like there was some kind of grit underneath. It was making a grinding noise as well. This is not what I paid for, so I returned it.
When the replacement arrived I checked the slide rule bezel to see if it had the same problem. Sure enough, half a dozen twists and it was grinding away. Having this happen with two watches in a row suggests a quality control problem, so rather than return it immediately I did a bit of Googling. I couldn't find anything about new units, but with other Citizen watches with stiff rotating bezels the two things to try seemed to be warm soapy water and a length of thread pulled around under the bezel to clean underneath it. I did both of these, and about a meter of button thread and a couple of rinses later I had the bezel rotating easily again, and its been no trouble since (I've had it about a week now). Disclaimer: this worked for me, but it is not in the instructions and might invalidate your warranty if anything goes wrong. If you try this then make very sure that the crown wheel is pushed fully in, as the watch is not waterproof when it is pulled out. UPDATE: its been perfectly fine for a few months now.
Apart from that problem the build quality is good. Everything feels smooth and precise.
The rest of the watch is complicated, and you need good eyesight to make the most of it. There is a 24 hour UTC dial, which is useful if you are in a profession like aviation or computers where UTC is frequently used.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fantastic watch, efficient, effective, intuitive control, easy to read despite the facial inserts.
Light weight (compared with the steel version) se comfortable to wear, the... Read more
my fourth citizen watch excellent quality and finish light and no problem to wear all day easy to use as it set itself when i opened the box am very pleased with my purchase and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris Burgess
This is a high quality product. It looks good and feels good. Loads going on information wise. It takes a little while to get to know this excellent timepiece. Read morePublished 2 months ago by philipt
It looks really nice.
The time sync with radio waves means you never have to fiddle with it during BST switches etc
This watch is... Read more
Have had this watch a week now and it is great. I won't go in to the technical details though as other reviewers are better qualified to do that than me. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ian Todd