Citizen Eco-Drive Signature Perpetual Calendar Diving Watch

May 25, 2011
Citizen is proud to introduce its new Eco-Drive Signature Perpetual Calendar diving watch, which targets individuals fond of exploring the sea bed.

A blend of aesthetic appeal and technical sophistication, the new Citizen watch comes packaged in a 43mm tonneau-shaped case. It is rendered in satin-finished stainless steel. The same material is used for the bezel.

Featured at 3 oclock, the winding crown is responsible for setting of all the functions. The top of the model is protected by a sapphire crystal. Its back part is screwed. The water-resistance of the case is assured down to 300 meters.

The new Citizen Eco-Drive Signature Perpetual Calendar diving watch comes equipped with a blue, black or grey dial. Its hour-markers and hands are applied with a luminous compound.

The display indicates hours, minutes, seconds and a date, arranged in the exhibition window at 3 oclock. The calendar function doesnt require manual correction. Everything the user has to do is to set the watch correctly, taking into account a current month information and whether it is a leap year or the first, second or third year after the leap year.

Breathing life into the functions is an Eco-Drive caliber E764 movement, made in Japan. The mechanism incorporates a secondary battery. It is recharged by means of tiny seamless photovoltaic cell, hidden behind the dial.

The new Citizen watch is teamed with a stainless steel bracelet.

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