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Citizen Men's 'Eco-Drive' Brycen Titanium Perpetual Calendar Leather Watch, £134 at H.Samuel with code
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Citizen Men's 'Eco-Drive' Brycen Titanium Perpetual Calendar Leather Watch, £134 at H.Samuel with code

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Posted 26th Sep
Stylish watch at fair price.

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Take things up a notch with this Super Titanium™ CITIZEN® Brycen timepiece. It features a 1/20-second chronograph measuring up to 60 minutes, a perpetual calendar, dual time, 12/24-hour time, a tachymeter, and an alarm. The Super Titanium™ case is paired with a luxurious brown leather strap with contrast stitching, and a dark blue dial. Featuring our Eco-Drive technology – powered by light, any light. Never needs a battery.

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Perpetual calendar and Titanium plus many more features. Excellent deal at this price. Voted hot.
Nice watch, sure it's been reduced at Argos before and in the deal where you got a £10 voucher! But that was then and this is now so voted hot.....
Looks dark blue inside on first pic and black on the other
Nice this
Pretty sure I have a gold version of this one somewhere and it's actually a very nice little piece. Heat added.
A great watch, heat added!
Having Eco-drive and the perpetual calendar, there's very little to worry about..
I remember the strap being a bit stiff for my taste but easily replaceable
I don't know why so many quartz crystal watches are NOT perpetual calender. It can't be all that difficult once you have a digital circuit inside - unlike a clockwork watch where it requires a complicated mechanism.

I bought a Seiko solar powered titanium chronograph highlighted on HUKD about a year ago. But the date would need adjusting several times a year to remain correct. I don't bother and don't look at the date.

Good deal.
Edited by: "Lucero" 26th Sep
Lucero26/09/2019 20:56

I don't know why so many quartz crystal watches are NOT perpetual …I don't know why so many quartz crystal watches are NOT perpetual calender. It can't be all that difficult once you have a digital circuit inside - unlike a clockwork watch where it requires a complicated mechanism.I bought a Seiko solar powered titanium chronograph highlighted on HUKD about a year ago. But the date would need adjusting several times a year to remain correct. I don't bother and don't look at the date.Good deal.


Quartz watches have digital circuits? Are you sure about that ?
Citizen watch I got was a real disappointment to me the glass they use scratches really easy.
I couldn't order with PayPal or debit card cause my address is from a foreign country . What's up with that H Samuel take my money ! Haha
Would love this, but already have 2 Eco Drives! Looks nice with the leather strap. You may get another 3-5% off with Visa offers from your bank. I'm with first direct and H Samuel nearly always offer 5% back to your account if you use the debit card. It's free to sign up for. Nice price...... Still tempted
barbiegirl27/09/2019 09:00

Quartz watches have digital circuits? Are you sure about that ?



Yes. They require a digital circuit to divide the high quartz crystal frequency down to a freqency that can be used by the electro-mechanical parts of the watch. These have been around for decades so probably cost pence. It would have cost a bit more to develop the more complex circuit for the Citizen perpetual calendar watch but once designed it would cost very little to mass produce them.
Never used a Nato strap. Do Nato straps end up scratching the back up like Animal's Velcro straps do?
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