Starting a day off with the PO
I really like the echo drive!:thumbup1:
I have different model and I also purchased one for my wife last year. I have been impressed with Citizen for a long time and I really like their 5 year warranties! While I have not needed to test their CS a friend of mine that has been wearing them for years said they were great.
I really like not cracking the case for a battery change and citizen claims the cell will last up to 20 years. That would be very cool by me.
Anyway, very fine looking watch!:thumbup1::thumbup1:
Thanks, timebender.@ Grady
I really like the echo drive!
Very cool Grady!:cool1: Which one did you get? Pictures?Thanks, timebender.
I might never have tried this this type of Citizen, if it were not a gift. Of all the watches that I have, this one impresses me most.
Busy dials on watches that aren't chronographs put me off, but I have grown to like the looks of this one, especially now that I understand the technology underlying the various sub-dials.
Analog watches are a pain in the patootie to set, but this one is a breeze, because pulling the stem out to the second position automatically brings the second hand to twelve (no waiting for it to get there) and just a slight turn of the crown moves the minute hand to the next or previous minute. A more vigorous turn starts both hands in continuous motion until you turn back on the crown ever so slightly.
To synchronize this watch with NIST takes less than a minute. With all my other analog watches it takes at least two minutes and usually more if I get distracted.
Add the rotating bezel and you've got a good-looking, practical, and precise timepiece with a huge wow factor.