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Citizen Eco-Drive Red Arrows Skyhawk A.T Titanium @ beaverbrooks for £399.20
Citizen Eco-Drive Red Arrows Skyhawk A.T Titanium @ beaverbrooks for £399.20

Citizen Eco-Drive Red Arrows Skyhawk A.T Titanium @ beaverbrooks for £399.20

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Seems a very good price for this Titanium Eco Drive.

Lowest I can find.

Supplier Code JY0110-55E
Strap/Finish Titanium
Strap Type Bracelet
Watch Movement Eco-Drive
Function Chronograph,Date,Perpetual Calendar

14 Comments

Nice watch. Was very tempted to go for this GPS controlled Citizen at Amazon after a price alert, temporarily out of stock but taking orders for delivery when available, this has never previously been anywhere near £374, usual RRP at many outlets £749, cheaper If you put some effort in but this is by far and away the best price by a good margin.
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Edited by: "sabreliner" 11th Jan

my favourite

my favourite looking watch. ..great price too ... is what I meant to put earlier. ..but I sneezed and hit the send button!

I think they could have added a few more bits and bobs there are still a few gaps left oO

It's rather plain

great price but it's one fugly watch.
Edited by: "arch68" 11th Jan

Have one myself fantastic watch and fantastic price

Also have one it's a lovely watch and I paid a lot more than this

The box it came in is bloody huge

Nice watch, great price.....why is cold ?

personally I don't like it.
too many numbers and stuff. too much information

Why cold? Awesome watch.
I have the Blue Angels version and love it.

Face diameter is huge, 47mm! No good for my thinner wrists, but agree, it's a cool watch. I have a basic Eco-Drive Skyhawk which I bought just over 10 years ago. They are good solid watches!

I've had this and a few other AT watches from Citizen, such as the Blue Angels for years. Great watches, quite large, but I like that. Good long lasting watches, with a manufacture who gives you a 5 year guarantee. You don't even get that with watches the cost 5 times the price.

I'm shocked at the current prices. As I Paid £350 for this one when it was released. I'm not voting hot or cold, as I've seen this in John Lewis a couple of weeks a go at £599. (just checked the website and its still £599) So I will give you heat.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 13th Jan

Original Poster

peter1969uk

I've had this and a few other AT watches from Citizen, such as the Blue … I've had this and a few other AT watches from Citizen, such as the Blue Angels for years. Great watches, quite large, but I like that. Good long lasting watches, with a manufacture who gives you a 5 year guarantee. You don't even get that with watches the cost 5 times the price.I'm shocked at the current prices. As I Paid £350 for this one when it was released. I'm not voting hot or cold, as I've seen this in John Lewis a couple of weeks a go at £599. (just checked the website and its still £599) So I will give you heat.



I have been following this watch for around 4/5 months but never seen it below £450 :-) seems very good price to me for a good watch.. Looks like it is going to be very cold but for me it is good price

Preying_Eyes

I have been following this watch for around 4/5 months but never seen it … I have been following this watch for around 4/5 months but never seen it below £450 :-) seems very good price to me for a good watch.. Looks like it is going to be very cold but for me it is good price



Thinking about it, I paid £310 for this watch, I got a bit of discount from the Jeweller as I always take my watches to him for resizing. The one I got for £350 was another Skyhawk titanium, that was on a plane coming back from Trinidad. The Blue Angels I bought at Heathrow airport about 8-9 years a go for £250. Great watches, just don't leave them in a draw for too long. I normally put them on the window ledge for a few days once a month, just to keep the charge topped up.
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