For Christmas, I received this Citizen Stainless Steel Chronograph watch as a gift. It's a great looking watch and my wife got a great sale price on it online from Belk.com.
Citizen Watch Design.
|The Citizen Stainless Steel Chronograph Quartz Watch Under Christmas Lights|
The Citizen Stainless Steel Chronograph has a silver-tone stainless steel case and bracelet with deployment clasp. The design uses contrasting flat and shiny finishes to add interest. The dial is white and very readable. The case diameter is a manly 46 millimeters and the watch is 12 millimeters thick. The watch is hefty, but I don't find it overly heavy at 5.6 ounces. This watch is dressy enough to wear to an office and look quite respectable.
Citizen Chronograph Function.
This watch is actually very useful as a stopwatch. The third hand that is traditionally a second hand on most watches is a stop watch hand on this chronometer. The sweeping second hand is confined to the subdial located at 6 o'clock. The subdial at 3 o'clock provides the hour on the 24-hour clock. The sub-dial at 9 o'clock provides elapsed minutes up to 60 on the stopwatch. While some watches try to take care of all the chronograph functions with subdials, this Citizen uses a big hand that allows you to see what you are doing when you use it as a stopwatch.
Citizen Watch Construction
|My Citizen Stainless Steel Chronograph has a vintage Kodak moment|
. With 100 meters of water resistance, a mineral crystal, and stainless steel case, I feel that this watch is solidly constructed and certainly up to all the uses I would find for it. For example, fried green tomatoes are no match for this solid Citizen.
|My Citizen Stainless Steel Chronograph with Fried Green Tomatoes|
The only drawback to this watch is that it isn't an Eco-drive model. However, it is a great looking quartz timepiece and it is attractively priced. Overall, I really like this Citizen watch for being rugged, readable, and good looking. It's my definite go-to watch for daily wear.
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