Citizen AN8160-52L Blue Dial Chronograph Stainless Steel Bracelet Mens Watch £69 @ Very - Free delivery with Click and Collect
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Citizen AN8160-52L Blue Dial Chronograph Stainless Steel Bracelet Mens Watch £69 @ Very - Free delivery with Click and Collect

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Found 14th Dec 2018
Next best price is £85 from Littlewoods. Then everywhere else seems to be above £100.

Not a bad looking watch in my opinion. I like the blue dial.

Stay sporty yet sophisticated with this Citizen Blue Dial Chronograph Stainless Steel Bracelet Mens Watch.

Crafted in modern stainless steel, this gents Citizen watch is styled with a striking blue dial, highlighted by white and red accents complete with contrasting chronograph dials.

It features a 1-second chronograph measuring up to 60 minutes for precise timing, a tachymeter for measuring speed, 12/24 hour time, date window and luminous hands for enhanced visibility. It is also water resistant to 50m.

All Citizen watches come with an outstanding 5-year guarantee for added peace of mind.
  • 24Hr Display: Y
  • Depth: 12 MM
  • Height: 44 MM
  • Width: 38 MM
  • Case Shape: Round
  • Fastening Type: Bracelet
  • Glass: Mineral
  • Movement: Japanese Quartz (battery)
  • Strap Material: Stainless Steel
  • Water Resistant: Y
  • 1 second chronograph
  • date
  • tachymeter
  • 12/24 hour time
  • 50m water resistancy
  • blue dial
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You've put Eco Drive in the feature list, I don't think it is. Still a good buy though. Voted hot.
Edited by: "bigbaz" 14th Dec 2018
Cracking deal. Thank you!
bigbaz23 m ago

You've put Eco Drive in the feature list, I don't think it is. Still a …You've put Eco Drive in the feature list, I don't think it is. Still a good buy though. Voted hot.


I'll look into that, the description is copy and paste from their site. It doesn't say it on the watch, which they normally would. The description on Amazon says its Eco Drive. But I'll remove that incase it isn't.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 14th Dec 2018
For a few quid more you’ll get an eco drive. Definitely worth the extra spending for that I’d say.
peter1969uk39 m ago

I'll look into that, the description is copy and paste from their site. It …I'll look into that, the description is copy and paste from their site. It doesn't say it on the watch, which they normally would. The description on Amazon says its Eco Drive. But I'll remove that incase it isn't.


This is definitely not Eco-drive. It would state it on the face and this also states quartz, which confirms it's a standard battery-powered movement. Nothing inherently wrong with a good standard quartz movement, but at the same time, why get a citizen otherwise? I don't know why they bother doing it themselves, particularly as they own other brands that are not known for Eco-drive.
Rickardo1 h, 8 m ago

This is definitely not Eco-drive. It would state it on the face and this …This is definitely not Eco-drive. It would state it on the face and this also states quartz, which confirms it's a standard battery-powered movement. Nothing inherently wrong with a good standard quartz movement, but at the same time, why get a citizen otherwise? I don't know why they bother doing it themselves, particularly as they own other brands that are not known for Eco-drive.


I've got a couple of Citizens which I bought 30 years ago when I was in the army. They still work today, never been serviced and keeping great time. They are not Eco drives, and are basic quartz (battery) watches. Citizen may not have the brand snobbery, but they do build an affordable and reliable watch.
Nice looking watch and good price - but I'm afraid it's got to be Eco Drive for me
peter1969uk58 m ago

I've got a couple of Citizens which I bought 30 years ago when I was in …I've got a couple of Citizens which I bought 30 years ago when I was in the army. They still work today, never been serviced and keeping great time. They are not Eco drives, and are basic quartz (battery) watches. Citizen may not have the brand snobbery, but they do build an affordable and reliable watch.


Thirty years ago, yes. Most things were built better. These days, I’d recommend you only buy a Citizen if it’s an eco drive. It really is what they’re best at.
Not Eco-Drive, so not worth it for me, but thanks anyway OP!
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