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Citizen Eco Drive Navihawk £220.00 from Amazon

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2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago
Navihawk watch retails at £449.00
With discount code for signing up to Amazon's fashion email this is at £176.00
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1 Like #1
A commendable deal just on the reduction alone, but a close to 500 quid watch with a plastic / rubber strap like that is just wrong. Might be someone else's cup of tea, but not mine.
Itching for an A.T. Chrono radio in blacks to plummet
#2
Nope.
#3
Bozzy, I also like the black steel bracelet. I have an AT4007. But at this price for a navihawk I couldn't say no!
#4
Can't afford it but great deal, heat added!!
1 Like #5
Ok rubber strap not every ones cup of tea but nice watch.
#6
I have to be a bit careful with the black metal bracelet on the other one. I've already swapped a link as I've scuffed it before. This one won't have that problem.
#7
Hey OP,

Great find, had an amazon voucher, so bought this! Have some heat!

Cheers :)
#8
Happy New Watch!!! :)
I'm looking forward to mine too!
#9
bozzy
A commendable deal just on the reduction alone, but a close to 500 quid watch with a plastic / rubber strap like that is just wrong. Might be someone else's cup of tea, but not mine.
Itching for an A.T. Chrono radio in blacks to plummet

I have citizen nighthawk with rubber band and I'm very happy. I have few others with leather and metal (leather most comfortable but soaking with sweat on a hot day).
it depends on style of the watch. rubber is comfortable and not going to get dirty or damaged easily.
3 Likes #10
Good price but oh dear, why would you want a watch face to look that cluttered. I love citizen watches, very reliable and a great bang for your buck. Just my opinion about the dial but surely you must agree?
4 Likes #11
overly complicated design. its the time for plain
2 Likes #12
steviecross
Good price but oh dear, why would you want a watch face to look that cluttered. I love citizen watches, very reliable and a great bang for your buck. Just my opinion about the dial but surely you must agree?
socialmammal
overly complicated design. its the time for plain

Wow yes this has to be the most cluttered horrible face on a watch ever.
3 Likes #13
I can see where you guys are upset with a busy watch face... but whilst it won't be everyone's cup of tea, £176 for a Navihawk is a steal!
I put it on for the value of the "deal" and so far I can see one of our peers has bought one on the strength of this thread.

This is a "boy's toy" for me and I am unashamedly looking forward to it arriving.

If you don't like it, buy one at this price anyway! Stick it on Ebay and make a profit. Second hand ones on there now at £270







Edited By: kirky1970 on Jun 29, 2014 10:11
#14
Good price but I'll pass. Why Citizen continues to bypass sapphire glass on some models but not others I'll never know!
#15
fishmaster
steviecross
Good price but oh dear, why would you want a watch face to look that cluttered. I love citizen watches, very reliable and a great bang for your buck. Just my opinion about the dial but surely you must agree?
socialmammal
overly complicated design. its the time for plain

Wow yes this has to be the most cluttered horrible face on a watch ever.

how about this then?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Citizen-CA0295-58E-Eco-Drive-Nighthawk-Watch/dp/B005MKGP6Q/ref=pd_sbs_watches_12?ie=UTF8&refRID=0VVFS7CT46GCFTM5CP2K
#16
socialmammal
overly complicated design. its the time for plain
Yep -this is way,way over the top. Probably unusable even to tell the time at a glance amongst all that techno-clutter.
#17
My god that's one hard to read watch! Just imagine trying to figure out what time it is after a couple of pints!!!
There's way too much going on, plus a rubber strap isn't what I'd expect on a £500 watch as bozzy said... Definitely not my cuppa


Edited By: dfunked on Jun 29, 2014 11:04
#18
daBluone
Good price but I'll pass. Why Citizen continues to bypass sapphire glass on some models but not others I'll never know!

Because its not suitable for every application. It is a common misconception that it is superior to plastic and mineral, it is not - each has benefits and drawbacks.
1 Like #19
Wow! That busy watch face should come with an epilepsy inducing warning.
#20
Amaaazing!
#21
I really like Eco-Drive watches, I already own three but this is just sooo damn ugly.

Good price for a Hideous looking watch.
#22
500 for a citizen is too much, save up for a tag or rolex
1 Like #23
I managed to get this eco drive divers watch for about £98 before Christmas, chuffed with it.

http://images.burnsjewellersgroup.com/images/products/zoom/1379502315-61570400.jpg

Nice and uncluttered, great lume.
#24
Like many others on here I don't like the face but that's "each to their own" if you do like the watch then this is a cracking deal.
Voted Hot.
#25
Cheers Baz! I agree. World would be a boring place if we all liked the same!
3 Likes #26
daBluone
Good price but I'll pass. Why Citizen continues to bypass sapphire glass on some models but not others I'll never know!
Picked up a world timer with Sapphire, Also radio controlled, no longer seem to wear my others as this is so good, and unlike many watches today does not weigh that heavy, paid £180 with the 20% off amazon. Just tells the time and is so easy to see, also water resist to 200 Metres

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Citizen-Mens-Eco-Drive-Watch-Cb0020-50E/dp/B0047E36Q0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1404040028&sr=8-1&keywords=citizen+radio
#27
#28
steviecross
daBluone
Good price but I'll pass. Why Citizen continues to bypass sapphire glass on some models but not others I'll never know!
Picked up a world timer with Sapphire, Also radio controlled, no longer seem to wear my others as this is so good, and unlike many watches today does not weigh that heavy, paid £180 with the 20% off amazon. Just tells the time and is so easy to see, also water resist to 200 Metres

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Citizen-Mens-Eco-Drive-Watch-Cb0020-50E/dp/B0047E36Q0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1404040028&sr=8-1&keywords=citizen+radio


That's a nice watch, large face but low profile so tucks in nicely under a shirt cuff.
#29

£25 voucher off next order too I noticed when adding to basket...just checking stock...

Edited By: Harefoot on Jun 29, 2014 13:01
#30
daBluone
steviecross
daBluone
Good price but I'll pass. Why Citizen continues to bypass sapphire glass on some models but not others I'll never know!
Picked up a world timer with Sapphire, Also radio controlled, no longer seem to wear my others as this is so good, and unlike many watches today does not weigh that heavy, paid £180 with the 20% off amazon. Just tells the time and is so easy to see, also water resist to 200 Metres

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Citizen-Mens-Eco-Drive-Watch-Cb0020-50E/dp/B0047E36Q0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1404040028&sr=8-1&keywords=citizen+radio


That's a nice watch, large face but low profile so tucks in nicely under a shirt cuff.

Yeah nice looking but i do like a stopwatch on my watches got the citizen ecodrive AT4007-54E myself
#31
Does it tell the time?
#32
You know your mobile does that too
#33
Brilliant deal. Just ordered mine. Looked on the web and prices range in the UK from £375-£449, so this is a real winner.
#34
Brilliant deal. Just ordered mine. Looked on the web and prices range in the UK from £375-£449, so this is a real winner.
#35
http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00DSLNFQ4/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
#36
looks epic , but when it comes to telling time i guess it not as straight forward as it should be
#37
Someone said money cant turn bad times into good! But that someone would rather cry watching time on this thing than watching it on his mobile phone?
#38
Celandy... Happy New Watch!
#39
daBluone
steviecross
daBluone
Good price but I'll pass. Why Citizen continues to bypass sapphire glass on some models but not others I'll never know!
Picked up a world timer with Sapphire, Also radio controlled, no longer seem to wear my others as this is so good, and unlike many watches today does not weigh that heavy, paid £180 with the 20% off amazon. Just tells the time and is so easy to see, also water resist to 200 Metres

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Citizen-Mens-Eco-Drive-Watch-Cb0020-50E/dp/B0047E36Q0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1404040028&sr=8-1&keywords=citizen+radio


That's a nice watch, large face but low profile so tucks in nicely under a shirt cuff.
It really is, so many watches I have purchase over the last few years are thick and heavy, this is so slim and around 150 grams on bracelet. perpetual calendar and sapphire crystal. really is one of the best i have owned, my Omega seamaster is now boxed. Cant wait to try it when i go abroad. Hopefully it will change the time when it picks up Spanish time
banned#40
This a sweet watch! At least it will stand out in the wrist. Unfortunately it is priced too close to the 'big boys' watch brands.

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