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    $99.00 list($375.00)
    1. Invicta Men's Automatic Pro Diver
    $159.94 list($325.00)
    2. Seiko Men's Automatic Dive Watch
    $250.00 $247.00 list($500.00)
    3. Citizen Men's Skyhawk Eco-Drive
    $274.94 list($575.00)
    4. Citizen Men's Skyhawk Eco-Drive
    $19.99 list($39.95)
    5. Timex Expedition 100M Water Resistant
    $197.50 $184.99 list($395.00)
    6. Citizen Men's Eco-Drive Nighthawk
    $220.00 $219.00 list($450.00)
    7. Citizen Men's Skyhawk Eco-Drive
    $44.00 list($60.00)
    8. Timex 100-Lap Ironman* Triathlon
    $81.00 $78.50 list($165.00)
    9. PulsarMen's Alarm Chronograph
    $175.00 list($325.00)
    10. Seiko Men's Automatic Dive Watch
    $234.94 $228.50 list($475.00)
    11. Citizen Men's Skyhawk Eco-Drive
    $99.95 list($150.00)
    12. Casio G-Shock Atomic Solar MTG930DA-8V
    $39.75 list($69.95)
    13. Men's Timex Digital Sleek Ironman
    $185.00 list($375.00)
    14. Seiko "Black Monster" Automatic
    $45.00
    15. Timex 1440 Sports Radio Control
    $11.00 list($34.94)
    16. Mens Timex 1440 Series Sport Watch
    $130.00 list($450.00)
    17. Invicta Men's Speedway Chronograph
    $232.00 $229.99 list($450.00)
    18. Seiko Men's Flight Alarm Chronograph
    $33.29 list($69.99)
    19. Casio - Fishing Timer Watch
    $226.94 list($450.00)
    20. Citizen Men's Eco-Drive Watch

    1. Invicta Men's Automatic Pro Diver S2 Watch #8926
    by Invicta
    list price: $375.00
    our price: $99.00
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    Asin: B0006AAS4M
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Invicta
    Sales Rank: 2
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Eminently masculine, the Invicta Automatic Pro Diver G3 watch harkens back to a nostalgic time with its classically styled features. This precisely constructed Swiss timepiece for men features a solid stainless steel case that's 43mm wide (1.7 inches). It has a black face with Tritnite luminous hands and markers and a unidirectional black bezel with white numerals and markings. Other features include anti-reflective mineral crystal, date display at 3 o'clock, and water resistance to 200 meters. The highly polished stainless steel band has a diver buckle with safety clasp.

    An automatic watch is a mechanical watch that is self-winding. the movement of your wrist and body causes the rotor--a weight attached to an automatic winding mechanism--to wind up the watch. This automatic watch has 21 jewels, which are ruby stones that the gears turn on to protect the metal parts from grinding together. An automatic watch needs no battery, but it will stop if now worn for over a day or if you have been physically inactive for an extended period of time. If this happens, wind the crown ten times clockwise to start the watch and give it some reserve power. ... Read more

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Feels and looks like a $1,000 watch!
    I adjusted the metal band to fit my arm as soon as I received the yellow "INVICTA" box. This operation required a awol the size of a 6d nail and was fairly easy.
    Swatch does not hold a candle to this watch in terms of pricing. $100 priced Swatches feel light and fragile. Invicta instead made a rugged and stilish looking watch for $100.
    The face is a huge 43mm and it looks and feels manly. It is easy to read the date display thanks to the enlarging lense placed over it: I have been praying for this feature in less expensive watches for the past four years.

    All in all: this is a beautiful piece for short money. I will now see how it keeps time and write about it in the future.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great value, excellent product
    This looks & feels like a much more expensive watch than 100 bucks.Very well built and heavy, quality throughout.It's also a good way to see if you care for the automatic movement enough to move up later, sort of a "starter" watch before investing in a pricier watch like an Omega or Oris.Very nice. ... Read more


    2. Seiko Men's Automatic Dive Watch #SKX173
    by Seiko
    list price: $325.00
    our price: $159.94
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    Asin: B00068TJ76
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Seiko
    Sales Rank: 11
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Automatic 21-jewel movement, Diver watch, Self winding, Bilingual (Spanish/English) Date calendar, Coin-edge unidirectional elapsed time bezel, Stainless steel bezel, case, screw-down crown and screw-in caseback, Sapphire crystal, Luminous hands and markers, 200 meters/660 feet water resistant ... Read more

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars My Favorite Dive Watch
    I've been a fan of divers watches since college days. I first ran across a Seiko 150m model about 1988 and I've since come to regard this SKX173 200m as THE classic dive watch.Not only is it great for water activities and sports, but it's also great for dry land functions such as telling time and looking cool.

    The automatic mechanical power isn't just some outmoded watch technology from the past.It's fascinating to have this intricate and accurate time-machine on your wrist.And the auto-winding mechanism is a real plus.If, like me, you find yourself the owner of muliple watches in these days of expensive batteries for quartz models, replacing power cells can become a high-priced hassle.All you have to do is wear this watch and move around normally and it runs without a thought. The only downer for me is that I want to give my other watch models some wrist time too, so then things tend to run down.But then, just pick it up, set it, strap it on, and off you go.I have always found it quite accurate enough for my ordinary time-keeping purposes.

    One of the classic and attractive feature of diver watches is the rotator elapsed time bezel.If you like the countdown timer feature on your digital watch, this rotator simply does the same thing in an analog way.Just turn the 0 indicator to the presetnt postion of the minute or second hand and WATCH (yes, pun intended) how much time goes by.There is also a a version of this elapsed time ring in red (from 0 to 20 secs.) and blue (from 20 to 60 secs.). If you want a slightly different dive-watch look, I've found that these replacement rotators are readily available on the net.

    The jet-black face makes for a bold, easy-to-see-at-a-glance contrast with the square-cut hour markers andattention-grabbing hour and minute indicators.Another plus here is long lasting glow in the dark visibility.Some other brand's marine model I've got has markers that fade to invisibility after an hour or so in the dark.You can tell time on this watch all night long and even, I suppose, in murky water.There's even a luminous dot at 0 secs. on the elapsed time rotator.

    The 22 cm. black rubber waterproof strap, held in place by heavy duty, industrial strength spring pins, makes a great looking match with this steel and black watch.And apparently Seiko diver straps are indestructable.Other rubber straps seem to be programmed to serve their brief time and then self-destruct.But even the band I've used on my Seiko 150m for 16 or 17 years shows no sign of cracking or breaking.After wearing this watch for a while the heavy strap seemed to mold itself to the size and shape of my wrist.It just sort of makes itself at home on your arm.

    The steel case has a great look of solidity and a pleasant heftiness.It's big (42 cm across) but not geeky big, just the right size and weight to project a certain masculine handsomeness. A nice design touch is the position of the crown at 4:00 instead of the usual 3:00, not only a nice and noticeable difference, but it doesn't cut into the back of your hand in case of hard work or heavy lifting (one of my favorite watches to wear to the gym).BTW, the crown is only for stetting the time and date, as it's not needed as a winder.

    In case you can't tell, I really like this watch.So much so that I also got the more recent model SKXA35 with the bright yellow dial (See it on Amazon. Really cool too!)as well as an earlier model with a rounder shaped case and lugs, a style from the early 1970's.

    With the quality and durability of this SKX173, you're in for some long-term watch fun and interested comments like. "Great watch! Where'd you get it, on the net?"

    Good price and good deal too.Hey, man, go for it.Get this watch!





    5-0 out of 5 stars I cant believe this watch has no Ratings
    When I'm wanting to dress down but want a quality time piece...I take off my Omega and put this watch on...Japanese movement rivals that of swiss...I've owned this watch for ten years and It still looks new...If you are starting a collection and want some japanese pieces in it then this is a great place to start....it is a collectors Item.....buy with confidence!...... ... Read more


    3. Citizen Men's Skyhawk Eco-Drive Watch #JR3060-59F
    by Citizen
    list price: $500.00
    our price: $250.00
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    Asin: B0007OER0S
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Citizen
    Sales Rank: 40
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Citizen Eco-Drive World Timer Skyhawk, Solar powered battery never needs replacement, Three power saving modes and charge indicator, Analog and digital time, Day and date display, 3 alarms, Chronograph, 99 minute countdown timer, 15 pre-programmed time-zones, Screw-in caseback, White luminous hands and numeric markers, 100 meter water-resistant ... Read more

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Exceptional watch
    I bought this watch in 2001 shortly after it was introduced.As a naval officer, it has proven to be invaluable as I find myself in different time zones with some frequency.I set up a custom time zone for where my wife was and with a simple look at the face knew if I'd be waking her up if I called.
    It served as my alarm clock aboard ship and having three alarms is particularly useful.I use the UTC dial daily since the military often operates on "zulu" time.
    Charging occurs without a thought and the watch holds time well.
    I've worked-out, showered, snorkeled, and generally beat up this watch and it stills works fine.Also worn it to weddings.
    I'm considering buying the new "rubberized" version to have one to use for more casual activities.
    I probably need to have the watch cleaned and serviced since the dials and buttons now stick a bit and it's harder to set alarms.
    Overall -best watch I've ever owned.Can't think of anything I need from the watch or anything I don't really use.Superb.

    4-0 out of 5 stars UTC a great feature
    This watch was originally intended as a pilots watch and I think it fills this role wonderfully.The comments in the other review are valid, except I'd say UTC is a 'must have' feature in a pilots watch (all air traffic control is done in UTC time).

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great watch but not perfect
    I got this watch as a gift and its perfect since i travel a lot around the world.

    PROS -
    - definitely recommend the titanium version. this is a big watch and steel could be heavy. worth the 40$ price diff.
    - nice clean look (steel grey) goes with business and casual attire.
    - the solar powered battery is great and charging works very well.
    - Switching analog dial between time zones is real easy.
    - Two alarms, timer, stop watch etc.

    CONS:
    - An annoying quirk is that you cannot set time zones that are in 1/2 hr intervals. eg: places in south asia, canada etc.
    - the UTC dial is pretty much useless. and takes up space on the watch face.
    - the time zones are coordinated together. eg: in Italy they have daylight savings a week earlier than the US. but if i set the italian time forward, the US time also sets forward.
    - The analog dial CANNOT be set independently. It only follows the digital time set in one of the time zones.

    In summary, the waqtch is nice, but some small changes could really make it perfect.
    ... Read more


    4. Citizen Men's Skyhawk Eco-Drive Chronograph Watch #JR3090-58L
    by Citizen
    list price: $575.00
    our price: $274.94
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    Asin: B0007OER12
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Citizen
    Sales Rank: 2
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Quartz movement, Solar powered, Flight chronograph (1/100), The official Blue Angels insignia appears on the watch caseback, The Blue Angels are they Navy's elite flight demonstration squadron formed at the end of WWII to promote interest in Naval Aviation, World Time, Time and calendar in 22 time zones, Three world time alarms, 99 minute countdown timer, Rotating slide rule bezel, Zone setting, White luminous hands and square markers, 100 meters/330 feet water resistant ... Read more

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Citizen Eco-Drive
    These are excellent watches.They are very handsome, and will generate lots of complements and questions from intelligent people. Amazon is a great place to buy this item as the price was almost 1/2 what I could find it elsewhere.The only beef I have is the shipping! I sent it useing the "free" option - and man is it SLOOOooooowww!I've done this before and just can't seem to learn that that extra few bucks saved isn't worth an additional 3 days wait while the goods bounce their way accross the country. ... Read more


    5. Timex Expedition 100M Water Resistant T73581
    by Timex
    list price: $39.95
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    Asin: B0006Z4BV8
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Timex
    Sales Rank: 81
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    Product Description

    Expedition Timex - Midsize chrono alarm timer watch with black Fast Wrap strap and leather tabs. Midsize watch with gray bezel, black Fast Wrap strap with fabric and leather tabs, alarm, 100 hour chronograph with lap or split option, 100 hour countdown timer, 99 lap counter, second time zone with date, 12/24 hour time, Indiglo night light and all day display, Night-Mode feature and water resistant to 100 meters. Color: Black. ... Read more


    6. Citizen Men's Eco-Drive Nighthawk Watch #BJ7000-52E
    by Citizen
    list price: $395.00
    our price: $197.50
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    Asin: B00074KYC8
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Citizen
    Sales Rank: 202
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    Product Description

    Modern details and a classic stainless steel strap combine for sophistication. With Pilot's inner rotating slide rule bezel operated by the crown at 8 o'clock. Features 180-day power-reserve, time-reset advisory, low-charge indicator, power-saver function and luminous hands for low-light visibility. Water resistant up to 200 meters. ... Read more


    7. Citizen Men's Skyhawk Eco-Drive Watch #JR3125-55E
    by Citizen
    list price: $450.00
    our price: $220.00
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    Asin: B0007OER1C
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Citizen
    Sales Rank: 490
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Quartz movement, Dress watch, Eco-Drive Chronograph, Silver-tone luminous hands, markers and numbers, Digital displays on dial, Slide ruler on bezel for calculations, Three sub-dials have white hand, numbers and indexes, Ruler on inner dial in white, Stainless steel case and screw-in caseback, 100 meters/330 feet water resistant ... Read more

    Reviews (2)

    4-0 out of 5 stars My name is Bond.....James Bond
    Yeah, yeah, yeah.....I know, I know, I know.....Bond wears a Seamaster and before that a Rolex Submariner.....

    I just received this watch as a gift from my wife in honor of our anniversary and although I have not had a chance to delve into all of its features yet, I am already extremely thrilled about this watch. I don't travel a lot internationally but I do have many international business contacts which require careful considerations with respect to time differences. I used to go on the internet to check the world time before phoning them, now I just push a few buttons on my watch and I'll know what time it is anywhere in the world at my conveniece.

    Another reviewer said the watch's weight might be a concern, but frankly, I rather relish it. As my parents used to say, "If it's heavy, it's probably expensive."

    4-0 out of 5 stars A great Watch with lots of good features
    I own several other Citizen watches and except for one irritating detail, this is my favorite. The clasp on this watch stinks. It is difficult to put on and as opposed to the typical foldover type clasps it has very little adjustibility. The foldovers allow you to adjust in small increments, but on this watch it's a full link or nothing, probably a good 1/4" or so. This is the reason I gave it only 4 stars. Other iterations (Blue Angels etc.) of this watch with the stainless or titanium bands may be of the conventional foldover clasps. I haven't seen any of these in person.

    It's a fairly heavy watch so if this is not to your liking you may want to opt for one of the titanium versions

    The timer and alarm functions are great and easy to use. I bought it primarily for the time zone feature and this works great unless you are looking for one of those weird 1/2 hr time zones. You are able to add one city/timezone that you can input a 3 letter abbreviation for the city and the time offset from GMT/UTC. I wish you were able to add more of your own and delete some of the other preset cities but this is not a showstopper.

    The rotating dial-sliderule does work but I doubt that I will use it much. It does look good, however. Overall it is an attractive and functional watch. I really like the solar power feature. It keeps very accurate time.

    A tip when setting the time:
    Synchronize the SECONDS with an accurate time source, and then proceed to change the hr. and minute times. The seconds keep ticking while you are setting the hr. and minute. Just make sure you ae getting the minute set correctly in relation to where the seconds are. (Harder to write than to do.) ... Read more


    8. Timex 100-Lap Ironman* Triathlon 66801
    by Timex Corporation
    list price: $60.00
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    Asin: B0000U0LRC
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Timex Corporation
    Sales Rank: 42
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Hang onto your handle bars! Indiglo night-light activation is now at the flick of your wrist. No hands, no buttons and no wasted batteries. Thanks to the patented technology in our FLIX system, your other movements won't waste your light, drain the battery or leave you in the dark.. OVERSIZED Digits. All Day INDIGLO display. INDIGLO night-light. NIGHT-MODE feature. Long-wearing polyurethane strap. 100-lap memory recall during chronograph operation with lap and split times. Best lap, average and total segment time with date. Dated training log diary. 100-hour chronograph with lap and split. Single button lap reading-automatic release. User programmable variable interval training timer ... Read more

    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Solid watch with useful features
    Since I purchased mine over 14 months ago, I am happy with my Ironman. I selected this watch for the Flix feature which allows the wearer to activate the Indiglo light by a flick of the wrist (no button pushing!). This featue really works. Interestingly enough it is "smart" enought to come on when purposefully flicked but stays off during other movements such as running or active sports.

    I also bought this Ironman model for the traditional rubber wrist strap. Alot of current models have either crappy non-replaceable rubber bands or woven nylon bands. I wore the stock band until the loop for securing the loose end of the strap broke. Ironically I replaced the band with an after-market nylon band.

    The watch face has some scratches on it, but I have used it rather hard during outdoor sports and construction. Otherwise, the watch stands up to some serious use.

    Function and timing features are typical Timex. 100 lap memory is nice, but I never use it. I do use the timer though with its repeating options, however.

    Summarily, this watch is durable and loaded with useful features especially the Flix Indigo control. ... Read more


    9. PulsarMen's Alarm Chronograph Watch #PF3233
    by Pulsar
    list price: $165.00
    our price: $81.00
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    Asin: B000792JZ8
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Pulsar
    Sales Rank: 142
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    Product Description

    Quartz movement, Analog date display, Luminous/stainless steel minute & hour hands and markers, Red seconds hand and hands on sub-dials, White numbers on main dial and numbers and markers on sub-dials, Alarm, Stainless steel bezel with black numbers and markers, Stainless steel caseback, 100 meters/330 feet water resistant ... Read more


    10. Seiko Men's Automatic Dive Watch #SKXA35
    by Seiko
    list price: $325.00
    our price: $175.00
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    Asin: B00068TJ44
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Seiko
    Sales Rank: 24
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Automatic movement, Analog day/date display, Hardlex crystal, Screw-in caseback, Screw-down crown, Unidirectional rotating bezel, Silver-tone luminous hands and stick markers, Diver's 200 meters water-resistant ... Read more

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Quality Product
    I bought this watch several months ago and have been pleased with it since.It is quality as opposed to those watches you pay less for.One would naturally expect that but in this day and age paying more does not always equal more quality, but in this case it definitely does.The watch is heavy, and the strap is long enough for most any size wrist (no skimping on strap length) and rugged.In fact, this watch is probably made to wear underwater outside the wet/dry suit but it looks great above water in everyday life!I'm thinking already of buying the same watch in the other color (I have yellow and it is impressive, but it comes in another color as well--that's how much I like it). ... Read more


    11. Citizen Men's Skyhawk Eco-Drive Chronograph Watch #JR3080-51L
    by Citizen
    list price: $475.00
    our price: $234.94
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    Asin: B0002AZ67U
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Citizen
    Sales Rank: 20
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Get in the game with this sporty watch. Features rotating bezel and blue angels skyhawk chronograph. Continuously recharges in any kind of light. With four-year power reserve, calendar function with twenty-two time zone capability, three world time alarms, ninety nine minute countdown timer, time-reset advisory, power save function and push-button safety clasp. Water resistant up to 100 meters. Carries Citizen's five-year warranty. ... Read more

    Reviews (3)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Should Be A Better Watch
    My review closely follows "toughcrowd" who wrote an excellent and detailed review.

    (...)

    Remember that the bezel is bi-directional in keeping with the concept of the watch. There's no ratchet/spring device to keep it from moving around which for me was aggravating.

    The background UTC and 24 hour subdials are ok with me but should have been designed better to allow for larger time markers. Given the choice I'd rather have larger markers than the two subdials which are not a necessity.

    The digital clock/date window is too small and has black LCD figures on a gray background. It needs to be larger and the background color more contrasting with the digits for better visibility. It's hard to read the digital time or date even in daylight. The digital clock and date are useless at night due to no background light.

    The time markers and hands do have illuminous coatings. But the hands and markers are so small that they are too dim at night. My experience was that the coatings only held light for a short time-certainly not overnight.

    The lack of half-hour time adjustment is unfortunate but will only affect those in Newfoundland, Suriname, Iran, India, Sri Lanka, and Central Australia. Suriname, Iran and Sri Lanka are not on my travel list so this is almost inconsequential.

    The alarm volume is way too low and not adjustable.

    If you have a skinny wrist and have to take a few links out the watch may become uncomfortable as it did for me.


    This indeed is a nice looking watch with many functions but you have to consider its limitations as well. The numerous features and functions of the Eco-Drive are still quite impressive. Except for the Arabic numeral bit, this timepiece is loaded with amenities. It's difficult to find a quality solar-powered watch with so many functions.
    I cannot find anyone or any study that shows titanium is more prone to surface damage than stainless steel. In fact it is twice as strong, a third lighter, and is extremely corrosion resistant compared to stainless. Unless you like the polished look of stainless, which is less expensive, go with titanium. I've also researched analog/digital watches solar watches and Citizen is the way to go. The 5-year warranty and the Amazon price are outstanding as well-the retail price is $575.00.

    Having said all of that, I ended up not purchasing the watch for the following reasons: I checked the watch out at a local jeweler where I found that taking links out made the watch uncomfortable; trying to read the digital date was extremely annoying, and the markers and coatings were neither big enough nor held light long enough. I give the 51L a marginal recommendation and look forward to continued evolution in design from Citizen and others in the solar/chronograph category. The Skyhawk should rely less on the Blue Angels motif and more on functionality.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great time piece
    This is my most favorite watch. I've owned several, and when I saw this solar powered watch, it was a "gotta have it" as soon as I saw one at the Mall. The hands are easy for me to read and they glow a soft blue at night. The digital display is a little hard to read for me as I'm visually impaired, but I can get by just fine. The heft of the watch is impressive to me. Makes me feel like I have a fine piece of "equipment" on my arm. All the features work well for what I use it for. Alarms, timers, etc. I'm sure the titaineum model would be lighter on my arm, but I like watches that I know they are on my arm. I wear it to work, church, and for just about everything. I hope more eco drive watches come out. I have another one that looks like the "you know what --lex" with the 24 hour hand. It's also Eco Drive. The Blue Angels watch keeps great time and is easy to set. Buy it you'll like it.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Nice watch, could be better
    I purchased this watch because I wanted a solar-powered watch with analog-digital display (plus the usual things that go with a digital watch, i.e. alarms, stopwatch, and countdown timer). The only analog-digital solar watches I found included the Citizen Skyhawk, Citizen Sailhawk (JR4000 and JR4010), Citizen JR0006 (discontinued, but still available on some sites), the Casio atomic WVA430xxx (there are several incarnations, thus the 'x's'), Casio WVA510x, Casio AWS90x, and the Casio PAG60 line (watches that sport barometer, thermometer, and compass functions).The Casios (those I could find in stores) all seemed rather bulky and "plasticky."The discontinued JR0006 had a more primitive power management system and lacked a coordinated analog and digital display, and I didn't need the Sailhawk's yacht racing timer.I went with the Skyhawk in stainless, because I had read that titanium was more prone to surface injuries and I didn't think the weight would be a problem.The watch looks great and, indeed, the weight doesn't bother me, even though my benchpressing limit is probably about 20 pounds. The power save function really works. A moment after I took it out of the box, the hands started to spin around until they came to the right time; it had kept the time correctly for however many months or years it had been sitting in that box! It is NOT true, as many people have written, that this watch lacks luminous coatings, or that they lose their glow very quickly. The coatings seem very similar in brightness to those on my Seiko Diver's watch (which are very bright), and remain visible all night long. However, it IS true that the luminous regions are very small in area, so the overall impression is that the watch is a bit dim at night. The circular slide rule on the bezel is very cute. I'm not going to need it to calculate fuel consumption, but I will use it to calculate tips. There are a few things, however, that make this watch less than perfect.First, as others have observed, the watch face is attractive, but not particularly readable. The 24 hour and UTC subdials are adorable, but I can't see that I will ever need either (for any application that requires UTC, I would want to read the time off the more accurate digital display), and if the subdials weren't there the minute marks could have been made larger and more readable.Second, there's no backlight for the digital display, so the digital functions are useless at night. (Casio somehow manages to have a backlight in their solar-powered watches.) Third, it only works with full-hour time zones, so the watch isn't going to work properly in those parts of the world with half-hour time zones. Fourth, in most modes the two buttons are given over to the change-time zone function. If you want to do things like set the alarm or the countdown timer, you have to fiddle with the crown. But the crown is so beautifully protected that you pretty much have to remove the watch from your wrist before you can manipulate it. Frankly, I might need to change time zones once every couple of months, but I need to set alarms a couple of times a day, and it would have been better if the commonest operations had been the easiest to perform.Fifth, the countdown timer only goes to 99 minutes, which is too short for a lot of timer applications.The timer function display is actually redundant; Citizen might have been able to make better use of the LCD display to allow one to set countdown times in hours and minutes. Sixth, the alarm is very quiet. It won't wake anyone from sleep, and probably won't be heard in a noisy environment, either. In contrast, the alarm on my old Timex Expedition is many times louder, goes into a more insistent mode if ignored, and repeats after an interlude of a few minutes if not cancelled. In sum, buy this watch if you want an attractive analog-digital, solar-powered watch, but recognize that there is a lot of room for improvement, and something better is bound to come out, someday. ... Read more


    12. Casio G-Shock Atomic Solar MTG930DA-8V
    by Casio
    list price: $150.00
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    Asin: B000621W4U
    Catlog: Sports
    Manufacturer: Casio
    Sales Rank: 84
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Gray Watch with a Metal Band. Technical Specs: Shock Resistant. 200M Water Resistant. Auto EL Backlight with Afterglow. Atomic Timekeeping. Solar Powered. World Time (30 Cities). 1/100 Sec. Stopwatch. 4 Daily Alarms / 1 Snooze Alarm. Hourly Time Signal. Auto Calendar. 12/24 Hour Formats.The Casio Atomic Powered watches receive a time calibration signal transmitted from Fort Collins, Colorado. Signal reception is possible within a radius of about 2,000 miles from the Fort Collins transmitter. See manual for an explanation of ideal conditions for setting as well as factors or locations that can create and make reception difficult. ... Read more

    Features

    • Casio Atomic Powered watch World Time (30 Cities)
    • Hourly Time Signal / Auto Calendar
    • 4 Daily Alarms / 1 Snooze Alarm.
    • Solar Powered
    • 1 year limited manufacturer warranty

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Exceptional EVERYTHING -- in short, BUY THIS NOW!
    Like many others, I have been a LOYAL Casio fan ever since a friend of mine who was working to become an Underwater Parabolic Welder tell me about 'the toughest watch known to man'.He proceeded to pull the watch off his wrist and throw it as hard as he could on his concrete driveway.I hardly had any time to react before he finished, picked it up and showed me how it had suffered no damage whatsoever (other than a couple of scratches).This was 1987.I have been a Casio Believer ever since.

    I have owned I don't know HOW many G-Shock watches over the years and the number has nothing to do with how long they last, I just like to collect 'em so I happen to have several that I still use.My oldest model dates back to probably 1989, and is still going strong by the way.When people say the Casio G-Shock is the toughest watch in the world, they are simply stating a FACT.Recently I have been noticing in reports from Iraq that virtually every US Soldier are wearing G-Shocks.Is it an endorsement?Who knows?All I know is that if these watches can withstand combat conditions, it'll survive anything I can dish out.

    Now Casio has finally designed a watch which looks as good at a formal dinner as it does while mountain climbing.Some think that it will never truly *look* quite formal, but I totally disagree.It looks good!The size doesn't matter since I love a good solid watch regardless of size.Do NOT be fooled that because this model can receive signals from the atomic clock in Colorado and is powered by simple sunlight that the watch is HUGE, and that just isn't the case.I know several wrist watches that are just as large and offer much less bang for the buck.Sure, you can shop around to get the best possible price and you may get anywhere from a good deal to a great deal -- but one thing is certain: it is WORTH the prize no matter WHAT you pay.Absolute accuracy, never replace the battery and great looks...what more IS there??

    When you hear that a G-Shock watch is tough, unless you are already familiar with their durability, you won't fully understand until you've had a chance to test drive one for a while.My first atomic/solar G-Shock (yes, I own more than one) is going on 3 years old now and only once did the charge fall below 'HIGH' and that was simply because I had stuffed it on my closet shelf for about 3 weeks...and then it was only down to 'Medium'.Casual wear every day will keep the battery at full charge.I can't SWEAR to that, but if this helps any, I wear mine about every 2-3 days and it still shows a full charge.All I can say is this: if you are torn between buying a durable watch to wear while hiking and buying a ridiculously expensive model for formal situations, save yourself and get just this one.Good luck and enjoy!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Kicks ass
    Tough watch.I've got the MTG 9200A (metal band, gun-metal finish).Love the fact that it synchronizes with the atomic clock...can't go wrong with that.Looks good on my wrist.Pretty much indestructible.I've owned G-Shocks before, so I'm already a convert.Only had it for a few months, but battery appears to hold charge fairly well (I'm able to get it out in the sun for at least a couple of hours a day).Heard that some people have had problems with the watch holding a charge after a year or so...guess that I'll have to see what happens when I get there.I don't use the "auto-backlight" function, so that probably saves some juice there.Overall, very satisfied with the purchase.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific watch...
    I have been a G-shock owner for over 15 years. I have also owned some other brands (Swiss Army, Pulsar, Citizen) and those were some good watches but I always come back to the GShock.

    There are several reasons why I like this model of G-shock:

    1. G Shock's can never really be considered classy, but this comes a little closer to that designation. I love the steel band and the silver appearance of the watch. It is a watch you can wear hiking (and not be worried that you will break it) and to a night out on the town.

    2. Discussion buzz--Few watches can you spend time in a group discussing but this is one watch you can do that with...people are immediately drawn to it because of its appearance (size and color) and it is cool to discuss all the things that this watch can do.

    3. Solar--I am tired of replacing batteries in a watch...no need to with this watch.

    4. Atomic TimeKeeping--I love how the time is accurate every day. No adjusting. Very cool.

    5. Time Zones--If you are traveling quite a bit, it is nice to be able to simply scroll through the time zones and find your location. Nice feature.

    Overall--I enjoy this watch because of its functions and its appearance. I also like explaining this watch to other people. This is a great watch...to steal Siskel and Ebert's line, 2 thumbs up!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very pleased so far
    So far, everything has worked perfectly.When it got to me in the box, it was still at the second highest carge level, and had calibrated 3-4 days ago.Once out, it calibrated the first night and every night since (I am on the east coast).I like how it looks and it seems well built.If you are like me and like to always have the correct time, I recommend it. ... Read more


    13. Men's Timex Digital Sleek Ironman Triathlon Watch 54591
    by Timex
    list price: $69.95
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    Asin: B0002JFBQC
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Timex
    Sales Rank: 398
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Timex Ironman 200 Lap Mens Watch T54591. 10 alarms (daily/weekday/weekend/one-day/weekly/monthly/yearly) with 5 minute back up and 10 minute snooze. 10 appointments (daily/weekday/weekend/one-day/weekly/monthly/yearly). 10 countdown timers settable up to ... Read more

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Coolest Watch Ever!
    Today I found the iPod of wristwatches, which is far more useful to me than an iPod, since neither one plays .OGG files (that's geek humour). What I like most about it is the simple, fast, quick, intuitive method for setting a variety of alarms. Although it's a digital watch, almost everything is done via a scrolly-wheel, like old-school analog watches. Words cannot describe how useful it all is, but I will try.

    It's got spaces for 10 countdown timers, 10 appointments (mini-PDA), variable interval alarms, etc. The way you access them is great: click mode twice, and you're at the countdown timer screen (with your most recently used countdown timer selected). Scroll the scrolly-wheel to navigate through the ten available, click start on one you want to start. If you don't see a timer that matches what you need, pull out the scrolly wheel, and you're instantly in "set" mode. Twiddle up or down to increment / decrement, put scrolly-wheel back in, and press start. Bam. You've now set a reminder to:

    * not miss your next meeting.
    * check when baking a cake.
    * not mess around too long on the internet, at the store, etc.

    Need to start another timer? Twiddle scrolly-wheel to find appropriate one, click start.

    Invited to a Superbowl party on Sunday? Mush the mode button until you see APPT. Find empty appointment spot. Pull out scrolly-wheel, twiddle time in 5-minute increments. Push start button and get prompted for "remind $n minutes/hours before". Pull out scrolly-wheel even farther (it has two "out" settings), and all of a sudden you can scrolly-wheel back and forth through upcoming days (to set it for Sunday). Push scrolly-wheel back in, you're done.

    Plus the thing will keep track of your excercise times on a weekly basis so you can see how long you've been excercising. Mush over to the TRAINING LOG screen, twiddle scrolly-wheel, and you're reviewing total accumulated times on a week-by-week basis (you store those times into the LOG via the chronometer). Brilliant!

    It's really designed for excercise geeks, but I think it's going to work out great for a computer geek, probably would work well for lawyer / sales geeks too. Another neat thingy is it has a count-up, count-down counter too. Like if you wanted to do a pushup, then push the button to record it, then do another, record it, etc. I think you're supposed to use it for longer-term things (like laps, days of exercise per week, etc), but you get the point. You could work gate admissions or be a bouncer/fire-marshal with this thing. Simply amazing! ... Read more


    14. Seiko "Black Monster" Automatic Dive Watch #SKX779K1
    by Seiko
    list price: $375.00
    our price: $185.00
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    Asin: B0006IHHN4
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Seiko
    Sales Rank: 841
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    This 21-jewel, automatic watch winds itself with the motion of your wrist, so you'll never need to change the battery. It has a stainless steel case and features a black dial with three-hand function, easy-to-read bar markers, and an English/Spanish day/date window at the three o'clock position. Additional features include a screw-down case and crown, a scratch-resistant Hardlex crystal, and a one-way rotating bezel that keeps track of elapsed time. With its Lumibrite hands, markers, and bezel, this watch is easy to read in both light and dark conditions. The watch secures to a durable, stainless-steel bracelet band. Designed for diving, this watch is water-tested to 200 meters. It meets ISO standards and is suitable for scuba diving. ... Read more

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Black Monster.What's need got to do with it?
    You don't need to wear this much watch on your wrist.But what's need got to do with it?The "Black Monster" is a no frills 200 meter diver's watch with Seiko's famous 21 jewel automatic movement.The stainless steel screw down case is built like a tank, and the luminous Promethium 147 dial glows like Chernobyl in the dark.Framed by a scalloped rotating bezel, this watch really is a thing of beauty.The stainless steel wrist band matches it perfectly.How Seiko ever got the price this low is a mystery.Now why pay all that money for a Rolex, when you can have the "Monster" for a fraction of the cost?

    5-0 out of 5 stars a tradition
    I was looking for a nice watch, like an Omega, but the problem was how to use an expensive watch everyday without having to worry a lot about it, so I started to look for a professional watch, and I read some reviews about "The black monster" wich is a nickname well earned, this is a big watch
    If you ask me how can I compare an Omega with a Seiko, don't ask me, ask the guys at several watch forums, (like chronocentric) they got some great reviews about this fine piece of jewerly, honest, I didn't buy it at first, but then learned that the japanese have this model as some sort of tradition, to show they can make a real watch, not just cheap quartz tickers.
    After making my mind, I looked around for the watch, and found it here at amazon, and in another store at a cheaper price, so I informed amazon, and in a few days the price had changed, even below the price I had found, so I bought it here.
    I am a big guy, and this watch is big, so I feel confortable wearing it, my coworkers ask me if I am not worried about wearing a fine watch at work, (I am in the construction business) and here in mexico city nevermind the risks of a construction site, delinquents are something to consideer too, I can honestly say no worries pals.
    Guys that like watches like this one, ask me to take a look, and are impressed by the size, the arrows, the glow, and the bracelet, (solid, not folded) when you get yours you are going to feel proud of this mechanical piece, and part of the tradition (Charlie Sheen wore an early model of the series in the Apocalypse Now movie) ... Read more


    15. Timex 1440 Sports Radio Control 50041
    by Timex Corporation
    list price: $45.00
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    Asin: B0000TIJFO
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Timex Corporation
    Sales Rank: 294
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Always accurate time with radio signals from Atomic Clock. Auto calendar pre-programmed. Date alert flashes when set date reached. 25 selectable time zones with Daylight Savings Time available in each zone. 100-hour chronograph with. lap/split option. Low battery indicator. INDIGLO® night-light. All-day-white reflector display. NIGHT-MODE® feature. Water-resistant 50 meters. Black FAST WRAP strap ... Read more

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Watch
    One of the things that I like best about this watch is the fact that it is not this massive bulk of plastic on my wrist. It is still kind of plastic looking, but it is thinner than any other atomic watches that I was looking at. The wrist band is just a strip of velcro but I actually like it better than my old leather band because I work on a computer and my old band did not flex very well. The one thing that did concern me was that one time I accidently changed the time while working on my car (the buttons got pushed in by accident). For the next several days it would never re-sync no matter what I would do. I manually reset it to within 30 seconds of my wall atomic clock so it was not a big deal... the watch still keeps good time, but the principle of having a atomic watch bothered me. It had always re-synced every night even though I lived in a basement apartment! During the week that it didn't re-sync, I tried everything from putting in on top of my wall atomic clock to leaving it on a window sill facing west towards CO. I finally gave up and was about to call Timex when one night, in the basement, sitting on my dresser, the watch re-synced and has been ever since. I am not sure why it didn't re-sync for a week or why it suddenly started; but the point is that it doesn't need to re-sync every single night. Just be patient.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good watch for the price
    I was looking for an inexpensive watch that sets itself via US Atomic Clock signal and found it in this watch.I love the indiglo light feature.The face does get scratched up a bit if you bang it against stuff.I like the cloth band with velcro.Being cloth, the band does absorb sweat so it will need to be washed with mild soap periodically.Not a bad watch at all.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Set and forget watch that's accurate
    I am looking for a set and forget watch.This Timex 1440 Atomic synced to the National Bureau of Standards in Ft. Collins, CO is one that keeps accurate time and has a calendar that remembers all the leap years, time zones with Daylight time, etc.I considered a Casio Atomic Solar but it was huge compared to a Timex.

    I guess the ultimate would be the German made JungHans Atomic Solar but that's listed at $400 plus.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent time-piece
    Nice looking watch, and I'm looking for my nephew a good, sturdy watch. ... Read more


    16. Mens Timex 1440 Series Sport Watch
    by Timex Corporation
    list price: $34.94
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    Asin: B0000TIJJ0
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Timex Corporation
    Sales Rank: 473
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    Product Description

    Black and blue double-shot resin strap. Analog and digital displays. 100-hour chronograph. Daily alarm. 12/24 hour time option. Month/date. All-day-white reflector display. Water-resistant 50m ... Read more


    17. Invicta Men's Speedway Chronograph S Watch #9212
    by Invicta
    list price: $450.00
    our price: $130.00
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    Asin: B0006AAS5Q
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Invicta
    Sales Rank: 119
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    Product Description

    This beautiful men's Invicta features a chronograph movement and is suitable for diving, too. This stainless steel watch features Tritnite luminous hands and markers, a date display, a triple screw-down crown, screw-down stainless steel back, and anti-reflective mineral crystal. It is shock resistant and water-resistant to 200 meters, or 660 feet. It has a solid stainless band with a deployment buckle. This is a stunning watch at a great price. ... Read more


    18. Seiko Men's Flight Alarm Chronograph Watch #SNA411
    by Seiko
    list price: $450.00
    our price: $232.00
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    Asin: B00068TJM6
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Seiko
    Sales Rank: 9
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Quartz movement, Analog date display, Luminous/stainless steel hands and markers, Yellow seconds hand and minute hand on top sub-dial, Stainless steel hands on two sub-dials, crown, selector buttons and caseback, Stainless steel/black bezel with silver numbers & markers, and poles, 200 meters/660 feet water resistant ... Read more

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Breitling Looks & Function at 10% of Price!
    Seiko watches hit innovation as well as style so well at amazing prices, compared with the 'aristocracy' brands.

    I have my Omega's and Tag-Heuers, a bunch of antique Bolivas (including eBayed wallclocks), but my heart is with Seiko.

    This one is a beauty. ... Read more


    19. Casio - Fishing Timer Watch
    by Casio
    list price: $69.99
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    Asin: B0000UIWJG
    Catlog: Sports
    Manufacturer: Casio
    Sales Rank: 326
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Color: Brown webbing strap with brown leather tabs. Face diameter: 1.5". Moon Age/Phase data: Displays moon age, moon phase, time on each hour angle (0h, 6h, 12h and 18h) on the current day or designated day (Jan. 1, 2000 to Dec. 31, 2039). Sunrise/Sunset data: Displays sunrise time, sunset time, on the current day or designated days (Jan. 1, 2000 to Dec. 31, 2039). Vibration Alert: Daily alarm, hourly time signal, fishing timer alarm. Time Memo 40: Storage for up to 40 records, each with date (month, day and time). 100 meter water resistant. Auto electro-luminescent backlight with afterglow. 1/100 second stopwatch: Measuring capacity: 23:59'59.99". Measuring mode: elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times. 5 daily alarms. Hourly time signal. Auto-calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2039). 12/24-hour formats. Accuracy ±15 seconds per month. Approx. battery life: 5 years on CR2025. ... Read more

    Features

    • Brown case
    • Silver-tone ring
    • Stainless steel back
    • Electro-Luminescent Backlight
    • Sunrise & sunset data, Vibration Alert, 100M Water Resistant, Hourly time signal

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Tough watch
    My boyfriend had an older model of this watch that he wore for work and play for years.He wore it while fighting forest fires and fishing in the PNW, and it held up great.I bought this watch for him as a Christmas gift, and he loved it.It looks great, is comfotable and was reasonably priced.Hopefully it has the lasting power of his previous one. ... Read more


    20. Citizen Men's Eco-Drive Watch #BL8000-54L
    by Citizen
    list price: $450.00
    our price: $226.94
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    Asin: B00074HDAO
    Catlog: Watch
    Manufacturer: Citizen
    Sales Rank: 28
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    This multifunctional watch keeps you on time--and in style. Features Eco-Drive Technology, alarm function, solid stainless steel case and bracelet. Includes low-charge indicator and time reset advisory along with a perpetual calendar that automatically adjusts for odd and even months and leap years through 2100. With non-reflective scratch-resistant mineral crystal, screw-back case and push-button deployment clasp. Water resistant up to 100 meters. ... Read more

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Doh!Should have come to Amazon 1st -- would've saved $ 100
    Bought this watch at retail and paid $ 350.Should have come to Amazon first and saved $100.

    Watch keeps time, never needs a battery change, is easy to read, has a calendar, an alarm, and looks cool...what more could one want?

    This watch also has a "perpetual" calendar that is preset at the factory.Watch knows month length and leap year so you won't have to reset date for short months.It is a little complicated to set the date -- so it is a good thing it is preset at the factory.Best thing: I will never have to reset the date until February 28 2100 when there is no leap year!I should live so long!

    The Amazon description fails to mention that this watch also has two time zones."Time" and "Local Time".Unfortunately, you can only display one time-zone at a time.To switch time zones, you need to pull the crown out, turn it slightly...and then wait.The hands will spin around to the new time, the day hand will spin around to the new day, and then the calendar will flip.This is really cool to look at and handy when you are flying from one time-zone to another.To go 15 hours from PDT to China time This whole process takes more than a minute.So it is not useful for quick lookups.This is perhaps the watch's greatest drawback.If you need a watch to simultaneously display multiple time zones, Seiko alarm chronographs or else the Bulova Millenia with 4 time zones are good alternatives.

    The alarm is easy to set and works for local time as well.If you set it for 7am while in the main time zone and then switch to Local time, the alarm rings at 7am in the local time.

    Citizen's "Eco-Drive" solar powered system is pre-charged at the factory.Power reserve is 180 days!!! It only takes about a Norwegian summer day of sunlight to bring the watch from empty to fully charged.The watch will also charge from normal indoor light.Citizen ships the watches fully charged from their factory.If the watch is on display at your local jeweler, it should be fully charged when you buy it.I guess that full charge is what I paid $ 100 extra for by buing at retail. ... Read more


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