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Citizen Men's Eco Drive Bracelet Watch - £69.00 - Free Delivery + £25 Voucher @ H Samuel

£69.00 @ H Samuel
Reduced from £169 to only £69. That is a massive £100 off and you get free standard delivery PLUS a free £25 voucher. Also 12.5 % Quidco so even cheaper.... Spend £25 and get a £25 voucher o…
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Reduced from £169 to only £69.

That is a massive £100 off and you get free standard delivery PLUS a free £25 voucher.

Also 12.5 % Quidco so even cheaper....

Spend £25 and get a £25 voucher off your next order*

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#1
who in their right mind would pay £169 for a Citizen in the first place!!! aren't these found in Argos normally?? more of a 14 year olds watch.... Cold for me...
#2
Nice find (heat and rep added) :thumbsup:
#3
ngard81
who in their right mind would pay £169 for a Citizen in the first place!!! aren't these found in Argos normally?? more of a 14 year olds watch.... Cold for me...

Shows us where you have found this cheaper before voting Cold surely

http://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Search?storeId=10001&catalogId=1500001151&langId=-1&searchTerms=CITIZEN+MEN%27S+ECO+DRIVE+BRACELET+WATCH&Submit=GO+%3E
#4
I bought an eco-drive watch way back in 1995, it is still working perfectly - excellent deal
#5
ngard81
who in their right mind would pay £169 for a Citizen in the first place!!! aren't these found in Argos normally?? more of a 14 year olds watch.... Cold for me...


maybe you need something a bit more "grown up"
here ye go........cant find one for £69 though
http://www.thebrandedwatchcompany.co.uk/watchdescription.php?watchid=46&watchbrandid=18
#6
ngard81
who in their right mind would pay £169 for a Citizen in the first place!!! aren't these found in Argos normally?? more of a 14 year olds watch.... Cold for me...


LOL got to love some of the comments on here.

Citizen watches come in widely different price ranges and include some very high quality watches / movements.

Not saying this particular watch falls into this category but generalisations like the above show more about the poster than about the deal.
#7
voted hot
#8
Any Citizen solar powered watch less than £60 is worth a buy. Togther with Casio they are the king of solar powered watches and the ultimate in power generation and eco friendiness, you can kiss good buy to batteries.. as long as the capacitor inside it does not fail.
#9
splender
Any Citizen solar powered watch less than £60 is worth a buy. Togther with Casio they are the king of solar powered watches and the ultimate in power generation and eco friendiness, you can kiss good buy to batteries.. as long as the capacitor inside it does not fail.


Agreed, like the other poster above, I have had an eco-drive for about 10 years and it has been excellent, accurate to within a few seconds a year, never stopped, never needed a battery and still looks good. I paid about £150 for it if I remember correctly and figure after 10 years i have had my money's worth.

I stopped wearing it recently because I got bored of it.

I am constantly tempted to buy one of these which can be imported for around the £225 mark.

http://www.littlewoodsdirect.com/rf/lxd/p.do/jewellery-gifts/gent-s-skyhawk-wr200-watch?groupId=447440123&Nu=this_product&SNtk=&Np=1&Ntt=447440123&D=447440123&Ntk=group_search&Dx=mode%2Bmatchall&thisprod=447440123&N=101+158+4294966764+232&Nty=1&Mis_item_id=15&Mis_item_loc_id=1&product=447440123&phsView=G
#10
ngard81
who in their right mind would pay £169 for a Citizen in the first place!!! aren't these found in Argos normally?? more of a 14 year olds watch.... Cold for me...


There is nothing like someone making a comment based on knowledge and this is NOTHING like a knowledge based comment.

Citizen make some of the best watches you can buy at great prices - very reliable. Heat added.
#11
ngard81
who in their right mind would pay £169 for a Citizen in the first place!!! aren't these found in Argos normally?? more of a 14 year olds watch.... Cold for me...


I have a Citizen Eco Drive which cost me £600+, Very nice watch:p
#12
ngard81
who in their right mind would pay £169 for a Citizen in the first place!!! aren't these found in Argos normally?? more of a 14 year olds watch.... Cold for me...


Ha ha! You CRAZY prepubescent fools. This is hot. Does that make me certifiable?
#13
HaHa :-) Now this fine discussion would not of happened if it wasn't for my slightly flamable comment :-) I have a particular view of Citizen watches that has come from a mixture of Argos and H.M. Samuels and it kind of goes without saying that this is not Knowledge based and purely personal opinion...

I like watches and given the funds would have lots... a bit like my wife and shoes :-) I agree with the non battery aproach and have owned a Seamaster for since 2000. A truely great watch that should last me many years.

I've had a look at the links above and have had my opinion moved a little as there does seem to be some quality here echoed by the comments made here of these watches lasting.

I thank you all for the re-education :-) :-)


Nick.
#14
Abbadon
Agreed, like the other poster above, I have had an eco-drive for about 10 years and it has been excellent, accurate to within a few seconds a year, never stopped, never needed a battery and still looks good. I paid about £150 for it if I remember correctly and figure after 10 years i have had my money's worth.

I stopped wearing it recently because I got bored of it.

I am constantly tempted to buy one of these which can be imported for around the £225 mark.

http://www.littlewoodsdirect.com/rf/lxd/p.do/jewellery-gifts/gent-s-skyhawk-wr200-watch?groupId=447440123&Nu=this_product&SNtk=&Np=1&Ntt=447440123&D=447440123&Ntk=group_search&Dx=mode%2Bmatchall&thisprod=447440123&N=101+158+4294966764+232&Nty=1&Mis_item_id=15&Mis_item_loc_id=1&product=447440123&phsView=G


One needs to own about 10 watches or more to make it interesting and avoid being bored with a single watch.. with solar and radio control .. one can enjoy these virtually zero maintenance watches without hassle.
#15
10 would be nice though I rate quality high when it comes to a watch and such a collection would be too costly. Think of it this way, anyone into cars would love a few though if you had 1 £30k car, would you contemplate wanting 10 £3k cars?? That would be a firm no from me!!

I was out shopping today and saw my seamaster in the goldsmith outlet window at a reduced bargain price of £1,600... a good price though I am happy with just one that I really like!! plus it stops ticking if I don't wear it for about 3-4 days :-(
#16
Very good deal. Bought a Citizen Eco driver for £300 early this year with Tesco Vouchers at Goldsmiths. To find one at under £70 is too good a deal to miss. Nice spot OP
#17
ngard81
who in their right mind would pay £169 for a Citizen in the first place!!! aren't these found in Argos normally?? more of a 14 year olds watch.... Cold for me...


citizen watches are rubbish and are sold in Argos you are obviously an idiot i have a citizen watch and i don't wear cheap watches they get very expensive they probably sell the cheap watches in Argos but the Eco drive get to £500+ i have a professional divers watch that was nearly £500 and is a excellent watch.

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51JptoHhYdL._SL500_AA280_.jpg
#18
ngard81
10 would be nice though I rate quality high when it comes to a watch and such a collection would be too costly. Think of it this way, anyone into cars would love a few though if you had 1 £30k car, would you contemplate wanting 10 £3k cars?? That would be a firm no from me!!

I was out shopping today and saw my seamaster in the goldsmith outlet window at a reduced bargain price of £1,600... a good price though I am happy with just one that I really like!! plus it stops ticking if I don't wear it for about 3-4 days :-(


i also have a Omega seamaster the special edition but as a everyday watch theres nothing better than my Citizen watch what i want to know is if you really do own a seamaster what are you looking on a bargain forum at a thread for a cheap watch. Mine is in the safe where its been for 2 years mine also stops if it isnt worn for a few days mine needs a good service as it looses a few minutes over a week which is bad for a £2000 watch but as i very rearly wear it i havent had it serviced its not as though it will loose its value.This is nearly the exact one i have it had a 007 all over the face very faintly.

http://www.jamesbondlifestyle.com/images/products/ga036-omega.jpg
#19
heat added, nice watch, wish i hadn't bought the Accurist watch for my bf, which cost similar :( but this one is so much better looking and does not need a battery *HOT* xx
#20
ngard81
10 would be nice though I rate quality high when it comes to a watch and such a collection would be too costly. Think of it this way, anyone into cars would love a few though if you had 1 £30k car, would you contemplate wanting 10 £3k cars?? That would be a firm no from me!!

I was out shopping today and saw my seamaster in the goldsmith outlet window at a reduced bargain price of £1,600... a good price though I am happy with just one that I really like!! plus it stops ticking if I don't wear it for about 3-4 days :-(


Really?

Let's see, £3k cars.....glances at Autotrader

How about having in the drive:

A 2.5 V6 Alfa 156 Lusso
A Mazda MX5 Mk1 or MkII
A Saab 2.0T Convertible
A Merc CLK 230
A 2.5TD Jeep Cherokee
A 2.0 Jag X-Type 2.0 V6
A Mercedes Benz Viano 2.2CDI Van
A Lexus IS 2.0
A Chrysler PT Cruiser 2.0 Classic
A Pug 307 2.0 HDI Estate

There you go, all modern cars at 3K. 30K could buy you 2007 BMW X5 3.0 D. Now, ignoring the practicalities of insurance, tax etc. I'd rather have the selection above because, you see, value doesn't always equal cost. Also, please post a picture of your seamaster on your wrist with a copy of todays paper. :p
#21
I've got a 5 year old Citizen titanium watch which has a solar power face. Works a charm, is tough as hell (hit against walls and the bricks come off a lot worse) and loses at most 2 seconds a month. This one was £150 so this could very well be an excellent buy!
#22
I have a citizen eco-drive watch, great if you want accurate timing. One thing a lot of people don't understand about watches is that expensive watches don't equal the best time keeping. In fact a cheap £1 quartz watch will keep better time than a perpetual rolex.
Btw I also have a mechanical driven watch which I keep just because of all the engineering that went into making it seems awesome, but for practical purposes good time keeping I use the eco-drive.
#23
I've had a Citizen titanium for about 5-6 years and it still looks great, so light that I forget I'm wearing it. Since then, I've bought an Oris (Williams F1 branded) which is mechanical, costs 3 times as much, but is not as accurate and stops after about a day and a half..... but I love it, and will probably be buying another next month with Tesco vouchers.

So yes, good bargain for a well made watch. Don't know how long the capacitors last, my old Seiko Kinetic lasted about 5 years before it wore out.
#24
Citizen is one of the biggest watch makers in the world and very innovated. The make some of the best watches so those who think they must be cheap because there sold by Argos obviously don't know much about watches:whistling:
#25
Wait till Monday. Get another 2.15% off due to reduced VAT.
#26
I nearly bought this watch, totally forgetting I'm already wearing a Citizen eco-drive watch as I was placing the order.

They're that boring. Sure, mine is titanium & is accurate to 2 zillion parts per parsec or something. But they're so damned boring these watches. Last forever. You've never got an excuse to buy another watch ... ever. And I bought it from H. Samuel last year ... £150 reduced to £75 ... bought it in their shop near me. Doubt they're ever sold full price, to be honest.

Lovely box though, beautiful box. Would make an excellent gift if it comes with a box. The box makes the watch look as if it cost an absolute mint. At this price, with Quidco, with the £25 voucher and with the box I reckon this is a pretty good deal. Hot.
#27
You guys that have watches that cost £2000 - why did you buy them if they lose time, need servicing, winding etc? Are they investmentsm, is it just about the brand or something I am missing..? If I continue to use the car analogy: A Ferrari F430 (for example) is a lot more than a Ford Focus and the Focus is more reliable, practical, cheaper etc. but the point of the Ferrari is the thrill from its speed/handling on a track. What does the £2000 watch do that others do not? (Serious question, not a troll!)
#28
boonkoh;3610493
Wait till Monday. Get another 2.15% off due to reduced VAT.


I doubt all goods that are standard rate VAT(able) are suddenly going to be 2.15% cheaper because you'd have goods priced @ £2.63, £1.38 or whatever instead of the (PR's favourite) ".99" at the end - it's all psychological. More likely we have things such as the online vouchers to bring price down once it's in your virtual shopping basket or 'special deals' to bring people into stores such as the ASDA "VAT free" (sic) though of course that's not directly related to the VAT rate reduction, but works well because VAT is on everyone's lips, as they say :)
#29
wish it was leather trap or something... want to buy one that goes with my suits. steel looks a bit over
#30
loonyjetman
You guys that have watches that cost £2000 - why did you buy them if they lose time, need servicing, winding etc? Are they investmentsm, is it just about the brand or something I am missing..? If I continue to use the car analogy: A Ferrari F430 (for example) is a lot more than a Ford Focus and the Focus is more reliable, practical, cheaper etc. but the point of the Ferrari is the thrill from its speed/handling on a track. What does the £2000 watch do that others do not? (Serious question, not a troll!)


It is purely down to image.
#31
ngard81;3605648
who in their right mind would pay £169 for a Citizen in the first place!!! aren't these found in Argos normally?? more of a 14 year olds watch.... Cold for me...


This poster clearly knows nothing about Citizen Eco Drive watches, this is a red hot deal and anyone looking for a good quality watch that will never need a new battery should give this serious consideration. I have 3 Eco Drives, all are very, accurate, reliable and are of very high quality for the price.

However, if you want a quality mechanical (automatic) watch and don't have Rolex money take a look on eBay for a Seiko Monster (SKX781 or SKX779). These offer exceptional quality for about £140. Get one with the steal braclet and then buy the rubber strap separatly (on ebay). You can then swap them over with the aid of a paperclip when you fancy a change. The Orange Monster looks stunning with the rubber strap.
#32
John Mason
This poster clearly knows nothing about Citizen Eco Drive watches, this is a red hot deal and anyone looking for a good quality watch that will never need a new battery should give this serious consideration. I have 3 Eco Drives, all are very, accurate, reliable and are of very high quality for the price.

However, if you want a quality mechanical (automatic) watch and don't have Rolex money take a look on eBay for a Seiko Monster (SKX781 or SKX779). These offer exceptional quality for about £140. Get one with the steal braclet and then buy the rubber strap separatly (on ebay). You can then swap them over with the aid of a paperclip when you fancy a change. The Orange Monster looks stunning with the rubber strap.


Yes, I agree, this is a cracking deal fora quality Citizen watch.

I've been after a Citizen Calibre 2100 for a long time - just wish they would reduce that one by £100.

Steve
#33
[QUOTE=

However, if you want a quality mechanical (automatic) watch and don't have Rolex money take a look on eBay for a Seiko Monster (SKX781 or SKX779). These offer exceptional quality for about £140. Get one with the steal braclet and then buy the rubber strap separatly (on ebay). You can then swap them over with the aid of a paperclip when you fancy a change. The Orange Monster looks stunning with the rubber strap.[/QUOTE]

voted hot and Sorry dont want to hijack the thead as ive had various citizen divers watches and they are the dogs
but that SEIKO MENS AUTOMATIC DIVER WATCH 200M SKX781K1 you mentioned is nice , do you have one , id like to know if they are very big, i have large wrists but bit off more than i could chew with the last citizen i bought it was massive!!! lol but that seiko is nice:w00t:
#34
freebiehunter
Yes, I agree, this is a cracking deal fora quality Citizen watch.

I've been after a Citizen Calibre 2100 for a long time - just wish they would reduce that one by £100.

Steve


Keep looking matey. Theres a independent jeweller near me at the moment that has a 2100 (and others) at 1/2 price. So nearly bought the 2100 for myself except I already have one with a metal bracelet and the one in the shop is exactly the same bar the strap which iss leather
#35
springbrucesteen
maybe you need something a bit more "grown up"
here ye go........cant find one for £69 though
http://www.thebrandedwatchcompany.co.uk/watchdescription.php?watchid=46&watchbrandid=18


gr8 deal, hot from me!!! :-D
#36
See if you can find that watch on the Citizen web site, the big discounted watches are specials supplied by Citizen and not normally in there range. Have a look at how the bracelet links are put together, that's not a £169 watch.......
Also the quality Citizens on H Samuel site are £1 above Citizens RRP
#37
great deal the eco drives are fantastic
#38
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#39
[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="4"][COLOR="DarkOrange"]i've got acouple of eco drives and would never go back to any quartz or movement winding watches. If you are a label fairy then feel free to buy a battery driven watch that will die on you every couple of years . SOme folk even pay to get their watches "serviced"! ha ha[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
#40
I brought this for £99 at Goldsmiths, this is quite cheap.

However, I'm not pleased with the watch as the chronograph is power consuming if you use it regularly and the watch is solar charged, the chronograph can sometimes not zero itself; the metal strap broke on mine and needed it repaired.

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