Titanium (Ti), atomic number 22, is known for high strength, low density, and--just for us watch lovers--being shiny! It's a strong, lightweight, metal that is wonderful for making strong, lightweight, watches. I recently spotted this Citizen Eco-Drive Titanium watch at Belk. Unfortunately, the shine is almost blinding in my photo.
|Citizen Eco-Drive Titanium Watch|
This watch is powered by the sun through a reliable Japanese quartz Eco-Drive movement. Amazingly, nothing gives this watch away as solar. It just looks like a regular watch. The average consumer won't know that this Citizen can run in the dark of a sock drawer
for a very long time. It features a 44 millimeter diameter case which is 10 millimeters thick and offers 100 meters of water resistance. The case is made of Citizen's trademarked Super Titanium
which makes it 40% lighter than a stainless steel case and an astounding 5x more scratch resistant. The dial is protected by a mineral crystal. The bracelet is a manly 22 millimeters wide and is also made of titanium. Check it out on Amazon for closer views!
Overall, this Citizen Titanium Eco-Drive watch provides a lot of extra oomph for only a little more money than a stainless steel watch. You can easily run out to your local Belk department store for personal service. However, it can also be found right here on Amazon at a very competitive price.
This is a nice one. I bought the grey one for my dad to gift him on his birthday and it is very good in quality as well.ReplyDelete