Citizen's Eco-Drive Diver's 2009 meets the demands of the deep blue sea with its crafted potent stainless steel and rugged rubber strap.
Boasting two distinctive looks to fit the refined urban sporty lifestyle, the timepiece is designed with a one-way rotating bezel and an inner rim which features elapsed time and depth indicators.
A touch of electric blue on the hands of the counters creates a contrast to the watch. Its bold white hour indicators and markers tell the time with sharp relief. The timepiece measures lapsed time up to 50 minutes and is water resistant up to 200m.
Its tachymeter scale with chronograph functions and a date window on the right echo an edgy, non-conformist attitude. Other features include depth display to 50m, 12/24 hour time and 60 days running time from a full charge.
This watch can be purchased at any authorized Citizen dealers. For more information on Citizen, log on to
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