Citizen Men's Quartz Blue Dial Chronograph Watch half price now £74.99 C+C @ Argos
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Citizen Men's Quartz Blue Dial Chronograph Watch half price now £74.99 C+C @ Argos

£74.99£109.9932%Argos Deals
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Found 7th Jun
Excellent reviews for this watch - would make a great Fathers Day Gift - was £149.99 now £74.99 with Free C+C - plenty of stock around in all the postcodes I checked

Add a touch of sophistication to your watch collection with this sports chronograph watch from Citizen. This handsome watch, in stainless steel with a striking blue dial features a 1-second chronograph measuring up to 60 minutes, 12/24-hour time, date and tachymeter. It is also water resistant to up to 50 metres.

Premium watch brand, high quality watches supported by an industry leading 5 year guarantee (with no hidden extra costs) plus an additional free year is available with online registration.


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Model number AN8160-52L.

Watch features:

  • Scratch resistant glass.
  • Blue dial.
  • Case width 44mm.
  • Easy to read dial.
  • Stainless steel case.
  • Silver-coloured stainless steel adjustable bracelet.
  • Fold-over clasp.
  • Quartz movement.
  • Water resistant to 50m.
  • Analogue display.
  • Date display.
  • Manufacturer's 5 year guarantee.
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Nice watch, but be aware it is not the normal "eco-drive" Citizen, this one is battery powered.
Would have been better if it was eco drive
I agree - would have grabbed it if it was eco drive
I really don’t understand the fuss about eco drive watches. They eventually need to have the rechargeable cell inside replaced, and this can be a lot more expensive than replacing a normal watch battery every few years. I read that someone contacted Citizen on a new battery only to be told that they could not source any further replacements as it had been discontinued... I would rather get this model and put a new battery in myself that only costs a couple of quid when it needs replacing.
monsterbooty18 m ago

I really don’t understand the fuss about eco drive watches. They e …I really don’t understand the fuss about eco drive watches. They eventually need to have the rechargeable cell inside replaced, and this can be a lot more expensive than replacing a normal watch battery every few years. I read that someone contacted Citizen on a new battery only to be told that they could not source any further replacements as it had been discontinued... I would rather get this model and put a new battery in myself that only costs a couple of quid when it needs replacing.



Interesting, so solar power is best then?
iz1234567892 h, 47 m ago

Interesting, so solar power is best then?


Eco-Drive is solar...there are testified examples of them going 20yrs down the track...deffo expect 10-15yrs.
Trouble with standard quartz (got nothing against them), is that every 2-5yrs, you have to replace the battery, compromising the seal and thus requiring recertification+possible new seal £££.
Edited by: "TacticalTimbo" 7th Jun
I have an eco-drive that is 18 yrs old - keeps perfect time and never had a battery problem - unlike my Seiko kinetic that needed a new battery /capacitor after 4 years
TacticalTimbo7th Jun

Eco-Drive is solar...there are testified examples of them going 20yrs down …Eco-Drive is solar...there are testified examples of them going 20yrs down the track...deffo expect 10-15yrs.Trouble with standard quartz (got nothing against them), is that every 2-5yrs, you have to replace the battery, compromising the seal and thus requiring recertification+possible new seal £££.


Except that replacing a standard quartz battery is very easy to do yourself, they cost very little, and so do seals/gaskets. Can buy bulk packs of watch seals off eBay for next to nothing. Same with the grease. And unless you do a lot of diving/water activities whilst wearing a watch, then it doesn’t really matter. Unless you have an expensive watch that cost over a grand or so, then it’s best to just get it serviced at a registered jeweller or service centre to retain the lifetime warranty.
Edited by: "monsterbooty" 13th Jun
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