Citizen Gents Eco Drive Strap Watch Exclusively for Prime Members - £60 @ amazon.uk
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Citizen Gents Eco Drive Strap Watch Exclusively for Prime Members - £60 @ amazon.uk

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Found 27th Apr
Mens Citizen watch with a classic look in stainless steel and leather. The white dial has day and date functions, Roman numeral hour markers and super-slim hands. The watch is powered by Eco-drive movement.
Model BM8240-11A
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The watch face has far too little going on, the day and date are large, are far too easy to read and will not readily be obscured. In addition the general design makes it overly easy to tell the time at a glance. That won't go down well on HUKD.
Edited by: "Baldricky" 27th Apr
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The watch face has far too little going on, the day and date are large, are far too easy to read and will not readily be obscured. In addition the general design makes it overly easy to tell the time at a glance. That won't go down well on HUKD.
Edited by: "Baldricky" 27th Apr
It may be easy to tell the time but it could get awkward as there appears to be no 4 o'clock but it is three twice in one day - very odd!
Heat added, cheapest I've ever seen an eco-drive watch. Might not be for you but the simplistic design looks great to me.
Scott_Galloway5 m ago

Heat added, cheapest I've ever seen an eco-drive watch. Might not be for …Heat added, cheapest I've ever seen an eco-drive watch. Might not be for you but the simplistic design looks great to me.


The two three o'clocks don't bother you? Maybe it's just me.
thethinwhiteduke21 m ago

The two three o'clocks don't bother you? Maybe it's just me.


The two three o'clocks
daltimor9 m ago

The two three o'clocks


Yes the photo of the watch shows III in the 4 o'clock position when of course, it should be IV.
thethinwhiteduke6 m ago

Yes the photo of the watch shows III in the 4 o'clock position when of … Yes the photo of the watch shows III in the 4 o'clock position when of course, it should be IV.


look again its shows IIII I know should be IV but IIII is not the same like III end of the story
daltimor6 m ago

look again its shows IIII I know should be IV but IIII is not the …look again its shows IIII I know should be IV but IIII is not the same like III end of the story


III or IIII it doesn't matter it's still wrong in the classic sense. Personally I don't like roman numerals on my watches at all. They seem very old fashioned to me. End of story.
Edited by: "thethinwhiteduke" 27th Apr
thethinwhiteduke1 h, 3 m ago

The two three o'clocks don't bother you? Maybe it's just me.


No it's common in many (tupically higher end) watches. It's called a 'watchmaker's four' as it's felt to visually balance better with the VIII
Scott_Galloway12 m ago

No it's common in many (tupically higher end) watches. It's called a …No it's common in many (tupically higher end) watches. It's called a 'watchmaker's four' as it's felt to visually balance better with the VIII


I know, I'm only kidding, like with the half IX which everyone thought was IV? Anyway, by the IIII logic,shouldn't 9 be VIIII?
Baldricky6 h, 20 m ago

The watch face has far too little going on, the day and date are large, …The watch face has far too little going on, the day and date are large, are far too easy to read and will not readily be obscured. In addition the general design makes it overly easy to tell the time at a glance. That won't go down well on HUKD.



Bloke I work with bought a watch today. You just know it didn't look like this
thethinwhiteduke4 h, 14 m ago

It may be easy to tell the time but it could get awkward as there appears …It may be easy to tell the time but it could get awkward as there appears to be no 4 o'clock but it is three twice in one day - very odd!


Should've gone to Specsavers
Fury7 m ago

Should've gone to Specsavers


I bought this watech when I saw it on HUKD for a similar price before. I should say the clock face itself is rather small so be warned!
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