Citizen Promaster Eco Drive £199 free del / c&c @ Goldsmiths
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Citizen Promaster Eco Drive £199 free del / c&c @ Goldsmiths

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Found 8th May 2016
Less than half price, was £399.
Eco Drive, charges from any light source.
Perpetual calendar.
Anti Reflective Sapphire Crystal.
200m water res.
1/1000 sec Chronograph.
99min countdown timer.
Alarm.
Uni direction Rotating Bezel.
LED backlight.
World time in 43 cities
Stainless Steel Bracelet, Fold Over Clasp with Push Button release.
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Good spot just a shame its stainless silver rather than titanium as it makes it look blingy.
Nice. I prefer a leather straps though.
The deal is what it is guys, some like titanium straps some like leather, others prefer nato etc. if I only posted deals on certain individuals preferences the choice would be narrowed considerably.
The last watch I bought came on a steel bracelet with a velcro and a nato strap included, and guess what I still want a leather for it.
Edited by: "bigbaz" 8th May 2016
Good find but it's a real shame this deal isn't tailored to individual preferences.
bigbaz

The deal is what it is guys, some like titanium straps some like leather, … The deal is what it is guys, some like titanium straps some like leather, others prefer nato etc. if I only posted deals on certain individuals preferences the choice would be narrowed considerably.



We've said it's a good deal, just expressing personal preference does not take that away, dont take it personal.
rhinopaul

We've said it's a good deal, just expressing personal preference does not … We've said it's a good deal, just expressing personal preference does not take that away, dont take it personal.



​agreed.

great deal, but still keeping my out for a titanium to replace my current titanium one. current one needs a service which is £130. as much as these watches don't need a battery, they do need a capacitor replaced, which is much more expensive than a battery replacement.
nice watch, just a shame it's not an omega
elliott1982

nice watch, just a shame it's not an omega


Yes, that's exactly what I mean.
Good price and superb watch. I have one and I love it. Build quality is superb. Strap does not feel cheap which is often compromised on many watches.
Deedie

​agreed. great deal, but still keeping my out for a titanium to replace m … ​agreed. great deal, but still keeping my out for a titanium to replace my current titanium one. current one needs a service which is £130. as much as these watches don't need a battery, they do need a capacitor replaced, which is much more expensive than a battery replacement.



​Casio Lineage LCW-M170TD-7AER Waveceptor ?

Under £200 from Amazon.de.

The capacitors (CTL-920) are about £20-25 on eBay.
cowbutt

​Casio Lineage LCW-M170TD-7AER Waveceptor ?Under £200 from Amazon.de.The c … ​Casio Lineage LCW-M170TD-7AER Waveceptor ?Under £200 from Amazon.de.The capacitors (CTL-920) are about £20-25 on eBay.



​really looking for an eco drive again. I know you can get the capacitors cheap, but its a waterproof watch, so I don't think it can be done without getting it sent away.
Deedie

​agreed. great deal, but still keeping my out for a titanium to replace m … ​agreed. great deal, but still keeping my out for a titanium to replace my current titanium one. current one needs a service which is £130. as much as these watches don't need a battery, they do need a capacitor replaced, which is much more expensive than a battery replacement.


Reading about these watches, the capacitor should hold 80% of charge even after 18 years.
Bendown

Reading about these watches, the capacitor should hold 80% of charge even … Reading about these watches, the capacitor should hold 80% of charge even after 18 years.



​mine is around 12yrs old now. the second hand goes in 2sec increments instead of every second. which is an indication that the capacitor is on its way out.
bigbaz

Yes, that's exactly what I mean.


Untwist your knickers , I gave you heat, jees.
been looking and waiting for this one bought great spot ty heat added .
Deedie

​mine is around 12yrs old now. the second hand goes in 2sec increments i … ​mine is around 12yrs old now. the second hand goes in 2sec increments instead of every second. which is an indication that the capacitor is on its way out.



​i thought that was the low battery indicator. I take it you have tried leaving it in the sun for a while.
Deedie

​agreed. great deal, but still keeping my out for a titanium to replace m … ​agreed. great deal, but still keeping my out for a titanium to replace my current titanium one. current one needs a service which is £130. as much as these watches don't need a battery, they do need a capacitor replaced, which is much more expensive than a battery replacement.


Wow. Thanks, I didn't know that. I'd much prefer to just change a battery every so often, even paying a shop to do it shouldn't cost more than a tenner.
I like the IDEA of these eco-drive watches, but maybe I'm better off going for a cheaper battery option.
macgyvers child

​i thought that was the low battery indicator. I take it you have tried l … ​i thought that was the low battery indicator. I take it you have tried leaving it in the sun for a while.



it is a low battery indicator, but if it doesn't stop doing it after being left in light for a while, then its the capacitor that needs replaced. have tried leaving in daylight for a day. made no difference
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Thought it said Pornmaster
elliott1982

nice watch, just a shame it's not an omega



Glad it's not an Omega, shame it's not a Rolex Submariner.
Wouldn't touch it with a barge pole after the last goldsmiths fiasco.
Deedie

​agreed. great deal, but still keeping my out for a titanium to replace m … ​agreed. great deal, but still keeping my out for a titanium to replace my current titanium one. current one needs a service which is £130. as much as these watches don't need a battery, they do need a capacitor replaced, which is much more expensive than a battery replacement.




£18 for a genuine Panasonic capacitor, £3 for a back removal tool, 5 minute job with plenty of tutorials on YouTube.
darrenjones2

Wouldn't touch it with a barge pole after the last goldsmiths fiasco.



I don't know what the London Mayor election has got to do with anything.
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