Citizen Eco-Drive Red Arrows Skyhawk A.T. Titanium £200 off down to £499 or £403.19 with code on buy now pay later, code until 23rd. Updated code LXJUL valid until February 2018.
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Citizen Eco-Drive Red Arrows Skyhawk A.T. Titanium £200 off down to £499 or £403.19 with code on buy now pay later, code until 23rd. Updated code LXJUL valid until February 2018.

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Found 22nd Dec 2017
All other shops I have found are retailing at over £600 or near to rrp. Very have reduced this to £499 but with code LXJUD you can get a further 20% off bringing this down to £403.19 with delivery. Although the code LXJUD expired on the 23rd I have just found that LXJUL will give 20% off first credit orders for new accounts until February 2018

Citizen CITIZEN RED ARROWS SKYHAWK TITANIUM MENS WATCH

The Citizen Eco-Drive Titanium ‘Red Arrows Skyhawk A.T’ men’s watch has cutting-edge technology help you mirroring the precision of the Red Arrows.

Eco-Drive technology harnesses the power of light from any natural or artificial light source and converts it into energy. It recharges continuously in any kind of light to run forever, even in the dark. Citizen Eco-Drive watches never need a battery replacement and come with an outstanding 5 year guarantee.

Radio signals automatically update your watch every 24 hours, ensuring your watch has the ultimate accuracy, down to the last nano-second. Further to this, the watch features world time in 43 cities, perfect for the globe-trotter. Times in two different cities can be displayed at once on this watch, utilising the analogue and digital displays.

Mens Citizen Eco-Drive Red Arrows Skyhawk A.T. Watch
Powered by light, a watch that never needs a battery
5 year guarantee
Solid titanium case and bracelet
Fold over clasp with hidden double push button
Radio-controlled – the most accurate timekeeping in the world
Perpetual calendar – never change the date
World time in 43 cities
1/100 second chronograph measures up to 24 hours
99 minute countdown timer
2 alarms
Rotating slide rule bezel
Digital display light
UTC display (Greenwich Mean Time)
Power reserve indicator
Luminous hands and batons
Special packaging
47mm case
Water-resistant to 200 metres
Depth: 0 MM
Height: 0 MM
Width: 0 MM
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There's just way too much going on in that watch face for me
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There's just way too much going on in that watch face for me
That's one busy looking watch
You can get much nicer watches for less money like the Victorinox INOX.
It's a nice watch... but I feel that every time I would check it, I'd forget to actually look at the time.
Bought the stainless steel (not red arrow) version of this watch for £250 a while back. I think it looks great. Very happy with mine. Each to there own I guess.
I've just sold one of These on EBay, it went for £300. Good price, I paid £310 for it 4 years a go.

Good watch.
Nice watch but too big for me. Shame they don't make one closer to 40mm.
Cold. £486.50 here. British Watch Company
BWC
I've still got mine from 10 years ago, its the titanium one too. Still going and use as a daily work watch. Can't believe they've still not made version 3 of this yet.

Has radio control, Solar n its solid being well built and titanium. My screen has plenty of scratches on but nothing major. 10years n going strong

Bought it for £255 on ebay from USA
Edited by: "komi" 22nd Dec 2017
komi4 m ago

I've still got mine from 10 years ago, its the titanium one too. Still …I've still got mine from 10 years ago, its the titanium one too. Still going and use as a daily work watch. Can't believe they've still not made version 3 of this yet.Has radio control, Solar n its solid being well built and titanium. My screen has plenty of scratches on but nothing major. 10years n going strongBought it for £255 on ebay from USA


At that price, it should last for ever. What's in it that justifies the price?
Titanium, radio control, alarms, Solar, timer etc etc wanted a decent watch that has everything.

Looks good and has a nice weight, was technology packed back then. Surprised it's still going. The rep was about £450-500, mind was sold as an ex display but came as new.
I have this watch, love it.

Only downer is its mineral glass, not sapphire. I've scratched mine when I stuipidly forgot to take it off swimming. But what's the point of a watch if you keep it in the box...
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bigbaz27 m ago

Cold. £486.50 here. British Watch CompanyBWC


Good price for an out of stock item lol
brilliant watch ive had this watch in black for three years. and it still looks new, (but mine has the sapphire crystal glass in)
qbs35 m ago

At that price, it should last for ever. What's in it that justifies the …At that price, it should last for ever. What's in it that justifies the price?


Can't you read? He already said.

All titanium.
Waterproof
Solar
Radio (atomic time) accuracy.

It's also got a bezel that's basically a calculator (slide rule)

Dual time zone set by city
Dual alarm
Timer


You put it on and it takes care of itself. Charges by light, keeps itself accurate, and does break when it's underwater. Plus it's very lightweight.

Still have mine (a titanium Skyhawk WR200) from 2010. Cost about £343 back then. Serviced 3 times.

Good luck finding a watch like that, for the money!
Batch_200114 m ago

I have this watch, love it.Only downer is its mineral glass, not sapphire. …I have this watch, love it.Only downer is its mineral glass, not sapphire. I've scratched mine when I stuipidly forgot to take it off swimming. But what's the point of a watch if you keep it in the box...


Next time you send it to Citizen for a service, ask them to fit a sapphire glass. Cost you, bit while they have it you might as well.
Never pay this much for a citizen watch.
CarloWWW24 m ago

Can't you read? He already said.All titanium.WaterproofSolarRadio (atomic …Can't you read? He already said.All titanium.WaterproofSolarRadio (atomic time) accuracy.It's also got a bezel that's basically a calculator (slide rule)Dual time zone set by cityDual alarmTimerYou put it on and it takes care of itself. Charges by light, keeps itself accurate, and does break when it's underwater. Plus it's very lightweight.Still have mine (a titanium Skyhawk WR200) from 2010. Cost about £343 back then. Serviced 3 times.Good luck finding a watch like that, for the money!


Strangely, yes. I'd have thought that would have been intuitively obvious.

Still looking for something that justifies the price.

Now pop off and learn some manners.
CarloWWW1 h, 33 m ago

Can't you read? He already said.All titanium.WaterproofSolarRadio (atomic …Can't you read? He already said.All titanium.WaterproofSolarRadio (atomic time) accuracy.It's also got a bezel that's basically a calculator (slide rule)Dual time zone set by cityDual alarmTimerYou put it on and it takes care of itself. Charges by light, keeps itself accurate, and does break when it's underwater. Plus it's very lightweight.Still have mine (a titanium Skyhawk WR200) from 2010. Cost about £343 back then. Serviced 3 times.Good luck finding a watch like that, for the money!


Serviced 3 times in 7 years?, that is some testement of a poor watch or utter rubbish, not sure which one to be honest. even an automatic watch would only need servicing a max of 2 times in that tiime scale
Edited by: "Bendown" 22nd Dec 2017
OOS
For a Red Arrows branded watch I would have hoped they had spelt litres the UK way.
You boys should invest in a seiko kinetic if you want a watch with no service ever!

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coolio2811 m ago

You boys should invest in a seiko kinetic if you want a watch with no …You boys should invest in a seiko kinetic if you want a watch with no service ever! [Image]


Actually the cells do fail in these watches, had a couple of kinetic with faulty cells
Bendown19 m ago

Actually the cells do fail in these watches, had a couple of kinetic with …Actually the cells do fail in these watches, had a couple of kinetic with faulty cells


Do they? I was thinking I could pass this down the generations.
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tinca11 h, 27 m ago

OOS


Shows as low stock to me
coolio289 h, 57 m ago

Do they? I was thinking I could pass this down the generations.


Yes, but that watch is built like a tank and you can replace the cell should it fail, Do not let the battery discharge as mine would not hold a charge again. As said this watch should last a lifetime, weakest link as in all these type of watches is the cell. I have owned a couple of that particular model and it is a nice watch, enjoy
coolio2811 h, 40 m ago

You boys should invest in a seiko kinetic if you want a watch with no …You boys should invest in a seiko kinetic if you want a watch with no service ever! [Image]


I am guessing you are simply repeating the sales pitch when you purchased the watch?

Rest assured Kinetic watches fail and thus will benefit greatly from servicing and part replacement.
komi22nd Dec

I've still got mine from 10 years ago, its the titanium one too. Still …I've still got mine from 10 years ago, its the titanium one too. Still going and use as a daily work watch. Can't believe they've still not made version 3 of this yet.Has radio control, Solar n its solid being well built and titanium. My screen has plenty of scratches on but nothing major. 10years n going strongBought it for £255 on ebay from USA


Have you tried tooth paste on your glass, its mineral glass so tooth past can remove the marks.
peter1969uk8 h, 34 m ago

Have you tried tooth paste on your glass, its mineral glass so tooth past …Have you tried tooth paste on your glass, its mineral glass so tooth past can remove the marks.


Not tried it, will give it a go. What do you do - just rub it on and then rinse off ?
komi47 m ago

Not tried it, will give it a go. What do you do - just rub it on and then …Not tried it, will give it a go. What do you do - just rub it on and then rinse off ?


Small circles, just don't press hard, or use an over abrasive paste.
peter1969uk38 m ago

Small circles, just don't press hard, or use an over abrasive paste.


Thanks - will give it a try
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