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CITIZEN  Brown Leather Chronograph Watch £56 at TKMaxx (Free C&C)
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Posted 15th Sep

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Good price for this stylish Citizen.
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Silver-tone stainless steel case with a brown leather strap. Fixed silver-tone stainless steel bezel. Black dial with silver-tone hands and Arabic numeral and index hour markers. Dial Type: Analog. Date display at the 3 o'clock position. Chronograph - sub-dials displaying: three - 60 second, 60 minute and 12 hour. Quartz movement. Scratch resistant mineral crystal. Solid case back. Round case shape. Case size: 43 mm. Buckle clasp. Water resistant at 100 meters / 330 feet. Functions: chronograph, date, hour, minute, second. Sport watch style.
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Lovely wee watch, that! Cheers
Not a fan of the strap, but that's a nice looking face (as my mother never said to me). Good find - hot.
I have seen Citizen watches like these for only £40 in Choice stores . But stock varies at different stores.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 15th Sep
looks good, shame its a big one
Such a shame this isn’t an eco-drive, as the design is good.
TacticalTimbo15/09/2019 13:03

Such a shame this isn’t an eco-drive, as the design is good.


I'd rather have a quartz than a solar powered watch anyday. Each to their own.
thethinwhiteduke15/09/2019 13:40

I'd rather have a quartz than a solar powered watch anyday. Each to their …I'd rather have a quartz than a solar powered watch anyday. Each to their own.


Genuinely interested but why? I've got a couple of cheapish Seiko autos, a galaxy watch, and an eco, and the rest are quartz battery sat in a drawer needing batteries (I guess im lazy about replacing them).

Why would you prefer battery instead of solar?
thethinwhiteduke15/09/2019 13:40

I'd rather have a quartz than a solar powered watch anyday. Each to their …I'd rather have a quartz than a solar powered watch anyday. Each to their own.


Yes, please enlighten us, I have been running a white bezel ecodrive version of this for six or seven years as my daily beater watch, never missed a beat, loses seconds over a year, as in I've only changed the time when clocks have changed and it's varied a few second over the time in-between, probably where I've been changing date.

I've personally never been so happy with a watch if I'm honest, not having to change batteries or wind it has been great, my Swiss movt quartz watch has needed two batteries and now needs a new one again over same period. As for mechanical wind watches, well, obviously they have needed constant attention.

To me the lack of moving parts seems an advantage over kinetic options, but then I've yet to have a kinetic watch so no idea if it would survive daily abuse for me. I am genuinely surprised it's survived this long, only had digital Casio survive as long as this, i.e. G-Shock.
Edited by: "rendeverance" 15th Sep
Walkerscrisp15/09/2019 13:44

Genuinely interested but why? I've got a couple of cheapish Seiko autos, a …Genuinely interested but why? I've got a couple of cheapish Seiko autos, a galaxy watch, and an eco, and the rest are quartz battery sat in a drawer needing batteries (I guess im lazy about replacing them). Why would you prefer battery instead of solar?


Automatic is my movement of choice but I have a fair few quartz watches too as well as some eco drives, just sold my only Seiko solar which kept terrible time. Come to think of it, that Seiko must have added to my thinking. Quartz watches are incredibly accurate whether you spend £5 or £500 on one, you can keep them in a drawer and they won't die on you, swapping batteries out really is a simple task with the correct tools and the capacitor will eventually fail on solar watches anyway.
rendeverance15/09/2019 13:58

Yes, please enlighten us, I have been running a white bezel ecodrive …Yes, please enlighten us, I have been running a white bezel ecodrive version of this for six or seven years as my daily beater watch, never missed a beat, loses seconds over a year, as in I've only changed the time when clocks have changed and it's varied a few second over the time in-between, probably where I've been changing date.I've personally never been so happy with a watch if I'm honest, not having to change batteries or wind it has been great, my Swiss movt quartz watch has needed two batteries and now needs a new one again over same period. As for mechanical wind watches, well, obviously they have needed constant attention.To me the lack of moving parts seems an advantage over kinetic options, but then I've yet to have a kinetic watch so no idea if it would survive daily abuse for me. I am genuinely surprised it's survived this long, only had digital Casio survive as long as this, i.e. G-Shock.


Just personal preference. Great story, btw.
thethinwhiteduke15/09/2019 14:25

Just personal preference. Great story, btw.


Fair, no problem.

I had the same concerns as yourself and for years never bought one because I was worried it would be throwaway in 5-10 years. But it turned out that the ecodrive 'capacitors' are just lithium cells basically, agreed they cost more than a bare watch battery (about 18 quid I believe), but, having changed one for a friend (which made me willing to buy one), I discovered it was basically the same as changing the battery in any other watch.
other then that the ecodrive basically is a quartz, so suppose I should still avoid Seiko
Edited by: "rendeverance" 16th Sep
rendeverance16/09/2019 15:51

Fair, no problem. I had the same concerns as yourself and for years never …Fair, no problem. I had the same concerns as yourself and for years never bought one because I was worried it would be throwaway in 5-10 years. But it turned out that the ecodrive 'capacitors' are just lithium cells basically, agreed they cost more than a bare watch battery (about 18 quid I believe), but, having changed one for a friend (which made me willing to buy one), I discovered it was basically the same as changing the battery in any other watch.other then that the ecodrive basically is a quartz, so suppose I should still avoid Seiko


I've changed out plenty of capacitors, it's a simple procedure but still prefer standard quartz, just the preference.
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