Gayankap 11/30/23
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Impressive Watch

An amazing watch , I got this for a lower price from someone who used it , just so i can leave my Seamaster 300 Pro 18K Gold And Stainless Steel in the bank safe for a while. Found that this citizen is the proper watch for my need. You have plenty of things to learn about it. Charging to the maximum level can be done faster under sun light not under light bulbs or led’s. It’s built to take maximum support from natural light and its free. In fact artificial lights wont do much in charging it at all. I’m not a pilot or a diver but this thing have managed to be able to go underwater for 666 feet and thats impressive not being a divers watch. Just keep the watch charged properly and don’t keep it inside in darkness for over 6 months and you can have a battery free watch for many years. If kept for more than 6 months in darkness then just keep it under lite sunshine for a few days till the charging meter goes to the highest level and never drops back to a lower level.

Gayle 11/23/23
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Promaster skyhawk Pro

Both my husband and son love this watch and all it's features

Terd 11/14/23
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Perfect

I have a pretty nice watch collection- some cheap and some well into four figures. I will say hands down the Promaster is my absolute favorite. I can and do wear it at work (construction) and can go for work to a dinner and it flows the same Absolutely my favorite .

Wizard 11/13/23
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NEW WATCH REVIEW

I'm a retired US Navy Parachute Rigger and spent 22 years maintaining the ejection seat mounted parachutes/survival kits and every piece of flight equipment a US Navy and US Marine Corps Aviator will wear, including the HGU-33 flight helmet used by the Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Team (the visor should be gold instead of chrome but I understand ;-). This watch has been on my watch "Bucket List" for 2 year, and now one is mine. It's beautiful and I'm proud to wear it, but maybe not for the fact that it's a Citizen... The folks at the jewelry store didn't know how to set it and there was no instruction manual in the enormous beautiful box. They did adjust the bracelet and when I saw the small metal working hammer come out to drive the pins back in, I cringed but it was too late and they removed a link from both sides and damaged both sides. I took hours of searching the internet to find very little on setting the watch but finally found a video on citizenwatch.com that mentioned manual adjusting if a radio link failed allowing me to set "Daylight Saving". Then I registered the watch only to realize that the "VERY COOL" metal limited edition ID card didn't match my watch. The card indicated 2951/9999 and the case back indicated 1690/9999. Then I wondered if they 9999 were manufactured over multiple years, because I couldn't discern a date of manufacture. Can Citizen tell me more? I was hoping for a card that matched the watch, but that may not be possible. And lastly, the laser etching (I'm guessing laser) is blurred on some of the numbers and letters, specifically the movement identifier isn't as legible as one would hope for a new expensive Citizen watch. I think this one is number "Two" from top-of-the-line Promaster, just under the Titanium version which the Jeweler didn't have in stock. So, maybe I'll be able to find a new bracelet to install someday after putting a few bucks back into the Parachute Rigger's indulgent cookie jar.