Citizen Men's Eco-Drive Calibre 8700 Perpetual Calendar Watch, £129 from H. samuel
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Citizen Men's Eco-Drive Calibre 8700 Perpetual Calendar Watch, £129 from H. samuel

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Found 29th Apr
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* Ecologically friendly, light powered Eco-Drive Caliber E870 Japanese-quartz movement; Charges in natural sunlight or indoor light * Max power reserve: 180 days; Low charge warning: 3 days; Charge time from stop state to max charge: Incandescent Light - 150 hours, Outdoors, Cloudy (10,000 Lux) - 45 hours, Outdoors, Sunny (100,000 Lux) - 8 hrs * Durable, hardened non-reflective mineral crystal; Case diameter: 40mm; Retrograde perpetual calendar function; Alarm function; Dual-time function with 24-hour subdial * Stainless-steel case and bracelet; Blue dial; Month-day-and-date function: Day indicator between 2 and 3 o'clock, Date function at 4 o'clock; Screw-back case * Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M)
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percyrush6 m ago

who wears a watch anyways?


People who don’t spend all day staring at their smartphones?:/
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One ug watch
Likewise. that is one ugly critter.
As worn by Liberace.....allegedly
who wears a watch anyways?
percyrush6 m ago

who wears a watch anyways?


People who don’t spend all day staring at their smartphones?:/
A nice looking watch.
Edited by: "Sunrayho" 29th Apr
fedex14015 m ago

People who don’t spend all day staring at their smartphones?:/


oh.. old people lol
Bit confused by the calendar. How would the current date be represented when the wheel stops at 24?
Mike_HUKD1 h, 22 m ago

Bit confused by the calendar. How would the current date be represented …Bit confused by the calendar. How would the current date be represented when the wheel stops at 24?


The wheel shows what hour of the day it is (post 12 being pm). The small window shows the date.
donttouchthehair11 m ago

The wheel shows what hour of the day it is (post 12 being pm). The small …The wheel shows what hour of the day it is (post 12 being pm). The small window shows the date.


Comes to something when you have to point out the obvious on a watch!(annoyed)
Mike_HUKD2 h, 10 m ago

Bit confused by the calendar. How would the current date be represented …Bit confused by the calendar. How would the current date be represented when the wheel stops at 24?


Lol.
Had the silver / black version for 12 years and its still going well.
What a mess ......It looks like it was designed by a child......I wouldn't wear this if you paid me....
Sunrayho5 h, 15 m ago

A nice looking watch.


Should have gone to Specsavers.........
fedex14015 h, 32 m ago

As worn by Liberace.....allegedly


Isn't he dead?
donttouchthehair7 h, 15 m ago

The wheel shows what hour of the day it is (post 12 being pm). The small …The wheel shows what hour of the day it is (post 12 being pm). The small window shows the date.


Ah fair enough. Not sure on why they devote a wheel to showing am or pm!
fedex14017 h, 7 m ago

Comes to something when you have to point out the obvious on a …Comes to something when you have to point out the obvious on a watch!(annoyed)


Comes to what?

It was a simple question with a simple answer, don't be an ass. Frankly the idea of having a 24 hour counter wheel seems pretty pointless to me, but at least I know what it is now. I had missed the date window in the bottom right.
Mike_HUKD4 h, 58 m ago

Ah fair enough. Not sure on why they devote a wheel to showing am or pm!


I've never had an issue knowing if it was am or pm, but you can find similar complications on quite a few watches.
Can't find it - must have sold out
percyrush19 h, 1 m ago

oh.. old people lol


No. Some jobs require that you don't have your phone switched on. Also, it is much faster to look at your wrist than fumble around in your pocket for a phone. Plus watch batteries last a LOT longer then your average phone. And if the watch is an automatic, then no batteries are needed. I like to think of watches as nice jewellery for geeks. Functional, yet pretty.
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