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Citizen Men's Eco-Drive Radio-Time Setting Watch Amazon Prime Lightning Deal £216.30

£216.30 @ Amazon
Huge reduction on this watch, I bought it a few years ago for the best part of £400. Has become my favourite watch, wear it all the time. Silver version just a couple of pounds more Citizen eco-dri… Read More
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Huge reduction on this watch, I bought it a few years ago for the best part of £400. Has become my favourite watch, wear it all the time. Silver version just a couple of pounds more

Citizen eco-drive is fuelled by light, any light. It's a watch that never needs a battery

Black stainless steel bracelet with fold over clasp, precise quartz movement

Protective sapphire glass window lens

Features a perpetual Calendar. Water resistance up to 200m

Citizen provide a 5 year manufacturer warranty

Citizen's Radio-Controlled Atomic Clock Synchronisation Technology connects to an Atomic Clock via standard radio waves for timekeeping accurate to one second every 100,000 years.

Designed to automatically look for a radio signal overnight ensuring that it is always up-to-date with the latest time signal; automatically correcting the date and time so you don't have to.

Complete with World Time our Radio Controlled Collection is perfect for those who travel. Quickly and easily update your time zone whenever you travel; the watch will use the last know time if it cannot sync in the area you are in.
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#1
seen this and very tempted

BTW for the ppl who say, RRP crazy... this is over £300 at Goldsmiths

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#2
Nice...... What is the bracelet like ??
Cant see any pics of the back of it, solid end links ?
#3
OOS
#4
There's now a waitlist to buy at that price. A hot deal by any measure
#5
Deal sold out now - marked post as expired but not showing. How do I expire this?
#6
expired :D
#7
Can get a top of the range SmartWatch or designer watch for that price.
2 Likes #8
_scott_
Can get a top of the range SmartWatch or designer watch for that price.
Yeah but most designers don't make watches , they just stick their name on cheap battery mechanics and stick a few hundred quid on for the name .
1 Like #9
Great price for those who managed to get it.
#10
not sure why cold, paid £300 for exact same one 4 years ago and worn every day since. Great deal for a quality watch
#11
People forget the one major advantage of these watches is no need to change batteries! If you want it pressurised then that's about £20. Have found cheaper but the batteries all lasted about a year! My Tissot was like £40 as has to be sent to them and more expensive watches even more. By contrast my Casino Metal solar and radio set Watch I've had for over 20 years is still going fine and the most accurate time piece you can get! I've got one of these too. A great deal for a Watch with no ongoing maintenance costs that looks nice!
#12
_scott_
Can get a top of the range SmartWatch or designer watch for that price.


What top of the range smartwatch? No Apple Watch at £200 and that's the only real smartwatch as someone who has owned android wear and Apple Watch. When you say designer like the other person says you really can't. Swiss military or Tissot are about the cheapest and for a men's designer these start at about £350. All the other Boss etc aren't actually designer as have crap movements and no sapphire glass. This Citizen or a Seiko are more designer then any of those brands in terms of quality!
#13
Don't if people know, on its capacitor, "According to the experimental data, both will last more than 10 years.It is also considered to loose up to around 20 % of their initial capacities in 20 years, however, we speculate, that won't cause trouble for the use of the watch."
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So pretty good for a "lifetime".
#14
Nice watch apart from the pain to access the stopwatch.

I do still like it though
#15
cantonbean
_scott_
Can get a top of the range SmartWatch or designer watch for that price.


What top of the range smartwatch? No Apple Watch at £200 and that's the only real smartwatch as someone who has owned android wear and Apple Watch. When you say designer like the other person says you really can't. Swiss military or Tissot are about the cheapest and for a men's designer these start at about £350. All the other Boss etc aren't actually designer as have crap movements and no sapphire glass. This Citizen or a Seiko are more designer then any of those brands in terms of quality!


Yeah right OK then.
#16
plodging
_scott_
Can get a top of the range SmartWatch or designer watch for that price.
Yeah but most designers don't make watches , they just stick their name on cheap battery mechanics and stick a few hundred quid on for the name .


Based on what findings I must ask?
#17
Now showing £309 for me :(
#18
I own one, purchased 4 years ago, daily wearer and going strong, and has little signs of wear.
#19
_scott_
plodging
_scott_
Can get a top of the range SmartWatch or designer watch for that price.
Yeah but most designers don't make watches , they just stick their name on cheap battery mechanics and stick a few hundred quid on for the name .
Based on what findings I must ask?

On anyone who knows anything about watches...
#20
cantonbean
_scott_
plodging
_scott_
Can get a top of the range SmartWatch or designer watch for that price.
Yeah but most designers don't make watches , they just stick their name on cheap battery mechanics and stick a few hundred quid on for the name .
Based on what findings I must ask?

On anyone who knows anything about watches...


Just like I thought, it took you days to respond and it was not worth the wait. Ha ha

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