Citizen Eco-Drive Quartz Aqualand Mens Watch Stainless Steel
Mens Eco Drive Dive Promaster Aqualand, date of month feature, 1 second chronograph measures up to 50 minutes, depth display to 50 meters, auto start dive mode, 12/24-hour time format, maximum depth memory, and a power reserve indicator, silver tone stainless steel case with black and red tone DLC (diamond-like carbon) plated bezel (rotating one-way), sapphire glass crystal, black tone stainless steel screw down crown with Promaster Logo on top, silver tone push buttons, stainless steel screw down caseback (some room for engraving)-(caseback steel is YUS190 grade to comply with ISO standards for antimagnetivity), dark blue tone polyurethane strap with stainless steel buckle, black tone dial with blue and red tone accents, silver and white tone hour hand (luminous), red tone minute and second hands (luminous) black tone sub dials, silver and white tone true second hand (6:00 position, luminous), silver tone applied sticks hour indices (luminous)
The powerful Promaster Aqualand from CITIZEN has a black polyurethane band and stainless steel with DLC case, a black dial with red accents. This dive watch is packed with advanced features. It has water resistance up to 200 meters, making it perfect for every-day splashing around, or serious scuba diving. In addition, it also features a chronograph, the ability to show time in 12- or 24-hour formats, maximum depth memory, a power reserve indicator and a screw-down crown and pushers. It also uses Eco-Drive technology, meaning it is powered by light — any light.
|Name||Eco-Drive Quartz Aqualand Mens Watch Stainless Steel|
|Sub Type||Men's Watches|
The Citizen Watch Company of Japan was founded in 1930 and since then, its record of achievement is distinguished by many firsts, such as the world's first analog watch, accurate to within 3 seconds per year, and the world's thinnest movement. In 1986 Citizen assumed the No 1 position in world watch production and has remained there ever since. Today Citizen is successful in many areas of ‘non-watch’ business – information equipment, electronic equipment, industrial machinery and equipment, jewelry and spectacles – and its Research and Development facilities are second-to-none, resulting in the development of technology that leads quickly to new products.