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Citizen Eco-Drive Chrono (AT2100-09E) £99.99 @ Argos
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Citizen Eco-Drive Chrono (AT2100-09E) £99.99 @ Argos

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Posted 25th Aug 2018Edited by:"TacticalTimbo"

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Just picked mine up today, honestly the pics don't do it justice, great strap too. At this price it's a steal (used £10 voucher also, plus got another (spent over £100 total))!
I've a lot of Seikos, and Citizens, personally I prefer the quality and accuracy of the Citizens, over the package Seiko offer. I think Seiko have more classic designs; SXK00x, Turtles, Monster et al, but shocking quality control (misaligned chapter rings+hands and slow/fast autos), plus sub-par design on their entry pieces.

  • Black dial.
  • Case width 42mm.
  • Stainless steel case.
  • Grey fabric strap.
  • Buckle clasp.
  • Eco-Drive movement.
  • Water resistant to 100m.
  • Analogue display.
  • Date display.
  • Stopwatch.
  • Manufacturer's 5 year guarantee.
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Argos watches tend to be better in real life. Pictures never do them justice
Would look better without the large numbers IMO. They look silly half cut off by the sub-dials and who needs help to identify 3, 6, 9 and 12 anyway?
doveman0078 m ago

Would look better without the large numbers IMO. They look silly half cut …Would look better without the large numbers IMO. They look silly half cut off by the sub-dials and who needs help to identify 3, 6, 9 and 12 anyway?


Personally I like the numbers, some field watches have all the numbers, some even 24hrs also. The numbers actually continue beneath the semi translucent sub dials, where the light enters for the solar panels no doubt. Design is a personal thing to be sure, but I like it.
I've seen this watch in Argos, it is a good looking watch and feels quality.
Bought this with the olive green canvas strap in a similar deal last year, reminded me of my old service issue watch. Wear it every day and it still looks as good as the day I bought it! Own several watches, some of which are far more expensive than this one, but this is my favourite!
Had one of these for a couple of years or so, price has crept up since then, I paid around £89 as I recall. Own nine Citizen watches and this is still one of my favourites
Edited by: "sabreliner" 26th Aug 2018
I like this one, not sure what the latest thinking is about Citizen Eco-Drive vs Seiko Kinetic, but many of the watch forumites preferred the former. I've still got an Eco-Drive that's truckin' after eight years.
sabreliner26th Aug 2018

Had one of these for a couple of years or so, price has crept up since …Had one of these for a couple of years or so, price has crept up since then, I paid around £89 as I recall. Own nine Citizen watches and this is still one of my favourites



£99.99 looks to be the low for around 2yrs, spend 1p extra and you do get the £10 voucher.
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doveman0074 h, 39 m ago

Would look better without the large numbers IMO. They look silly half cut …Would look better without the large numbers IMO. They look silly half cut off by the sub-dials and who needs help to identify 3, 6, 9 and 12 anyway?


I'm not even joking, I was looking at one of my Rotary watches today wondering why they didn't cut the 3,6,9 off instead of overlapping them
louiselouise57 m ago

I like this one, not sure what the latest thinking is about Citizen …I like this one, not sure what the latest thinking is about Citizen Eco-Drive vs Seiko Kinetic, but many of the watch forumites preferred the former. I've still got an Eco-Drive that's truckin' after eight years.


Having recently acquired a Pulsar Kinetic (Seiko), I can understand why Eco-Drive wins. You can leave an Eco-Drive in a moderately bright room, and it with stay charged, with the Kinetic, you must be wearing it to charge, plus it takes a LOT of arm swinging to keep it topped up. Also Solar = zero moving parts, thus no noise, and far less mechanical wear/failure.
Edited by: "TacticalTimbo" 26th Aug 2018
34945633-OYJrU.jpgHad this for a few years, i think it's a lovely design and great watch.
Is there an easy way to find super cheap items on the Argos website to push cost over £100?
I have been using the Eco drive for over 7 years and still running strong. Just need to ensure that they get sunlight when idle and they run as promised for many years to come.
SuperFlyBlues4 h, 30 m ago

Is there an easy way to find super cheap items on the Argos website to …Is there an easy way to find super cheap items on the Argos website to push cost over £100?


Just buy a SIM card.
I have the stainless version and can't complain at all. It's a great watch and should outlive you
Looks a bit like a Bell and Ross rip off
I have this watch and absolutely love it. It has become the watch I wear most in preference to some other much more expensive pieces. I’m not keen on the strap, though and replaced it with a NATO in grey, black and orange. Subtly ties in with the orange lettering on the face and looks fantastic.
doveman00725th Aug

Would look better without the large numbers IMO. They look silly half cut …Would look better without the large numbers IMO. They look silly half cut off by the sub-dials and who needs help to identify 3, 6, 9 and 12 anyway?


You can still tell the time on it.
These are great watches. Have the non chrono version. Durable, easy to read and low maintenance. At this price is a steal for a chrono.
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