Men’s Titanium Citizen Eco Drive Perpetual Calendar Watch BL5250 02L
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Features. Titanium Case. Black Dial. 270-Day Power Reserve. 120 Second Chronograph measures up to 60 minutes. 1224 Hour Time. Dual Time. Alarm. Perpetual Calendar automatically adjusts for Odd. and Even Months and Leap Years through 2100. Charges in Sunlight or Indoors. Non-Reflective Crystal. Power Saver Function. Low Charge Indicator. One-Way Rotating Elapsed-Time Bezel. Time Reset Advisory. 200 m. Water-Resistant. Gender – Mens
Date setting discrepancy
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First off, I got the watch a couple days ago. The look, feel, and accuracy are all spot on.
Okay for my small wrist
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I was hesitant about this watch since it pushes the boundary of being too big for my small wrists (~6 1/2 inches) and was torn between this one and the slightly smaller Citizen Men’s AT0200-05E Eco-Drive. I went with this one because I dig the sunken inner dials and just like how it looks, and I am pretty pleased so far. It’s a very nice looking watch, love the strap (not too big or too small), and it doesn’t feel heavy. And though the 42mm case doesn’t feel too big on my wrist, sometimes I think it’s a bit too big (see pic). So far it’s kept great time. I tried to sync its time down to the second against my cellphone and it’s stayed within a few seconds since I did that a week or so ago — I’m guessing when I left it in the sun for a few hours, the sudden charge of energy sped it up a tiny bit. Totally unscientific reasoning… The watch came with the date already set, so I haven’t had to monkey with that, but setting that time was relatively easy after reading the directions, though it is not as simple as pulling out the crown and adjusting the time; there’s a couple of steps one has to pay attention to. Nothing mind bending, though. I’m torn on the chronograph feature since it requires pulling out the crown, changing the “mode”, and then pushing in the crown before the chronograph can be used. It’s not as simple as just pressing the buttons. Then again, I’ve never owned an analog watch with a chronograph so I have no clue if that’s just how they work. Long story short, it’s been a couple of weeks and I still like the watch with zero buyers remorse.
Another Fantastic Citizen Eco-Drive Watch
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I have been a fan of the Citizen Eco-Drive product line for some time. I received this watch as a Father’s Day gift in 2012 and it is one of about a dozen Citizen watches that I own. For the money, I have found that the quality of Citizen cannot be beat; far beyond the quality of sub-$200 watches that Invicta and others offer but still able to reasonably compete with higher-end brands without the $2000+ price tag.
Great watch, but not perfect.
I bought this for my husband, here’s his review………
Absolutely fantastic! You read reviews all the time about products …
Wow! Absolutely fantastic! You read reviews all the time about products not quite meeting expectations and, in the case of watches, not quite looking like the picture on which you based your purchase. In this instance, I really needed (ok, wanted) a classic looking watch with a brown leather band. Also, I’m partial to chronographs. I own several Eco-Drives, so it was natural for me to check out Citizen’s offerings. If you know their watches, there’s not much to discuss — I generally think they’re great watches for the money, and never needing a battery is a huge plus for me. (And that claim has proven true for me so far….I have a couple of Eco-Drives that are closing in on 20 years, and they’ve never needed a battery or required servicing of any kind). Here’s what I love about watch: it looks just like the picture. Brown leather straps with white stitching, black/midnight blue face, sunken dials, etc. It’s actually better looking than I expected, and the strap fits my rather large wrist on the third hole. It’s a pretty beefy watch — both in diameter and thickness — so keep that in mind if you have thin writs. That said, the titanium build makes it reasonably light.
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Words can describe the watch’s beauty
This was a gift to my son in law and he wears it all the time. I myself have two citizens and wear them all the time. You never have to worry or do anything with a Citizen watch. Just wear it and it will be there for you.
Looks very expensive. High quality. Go to Youtube and watch the video for setup. Eco drive is fabulous. Get the LED solar watch charger. Band is good to!! What’s not to love?