Citizen Men’s Eco-Drive Calibre 8700 Perpetual Calendar Watch #BL8000-54L

November 25, 2014 - Comment

Not only with date function, but also a perpetual calendar, alarm and 24 hour display. Blue-black dial, roman numerals, luminous hour/minute hands plus second hand. Driven by EcoDrive technology and a quartz movement. Adjustable bracelet. Product Features * Ecologically friendly, light powered Eco-Drive Caliber E870 Japanese-quartz movement; Charges in natural sunlight or indoor light *

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Not only with date function, but also a perpetual calendar, alarm and 24 hour display. Blue-black dial, roman numerals, luminous hour/minute hands plus second hand. Driven by EcoDrive technology and a quartz movement. Adjustable bracelet.

Product Features

  • * Ecologically friendly, light powered Eco-Drive Caliber E870 Japanese-quartz movement; Charges in natural sunlight or indoor light
    * Max power reserve: 180 days; Low charge warning: 3 days; Charge time from stop state to max charge: Incandescent Light – 150 hours, Outdoors, Cloudy (10,000 Lux) – 45 hours, Outdoors, Sunny (100,000 Lux) – 8 hrs
    * Durable, hardened non-reflective mineral crystal; Case diameter: 40mm; Retrograde perpetual calendar function; Alarm function; Dual-time function with 24-hour subdial
    * Stainless-steel case and bracelet; Blue dial; Month-day-and-date function: Day indicator between 2 and 3 o’clock, Date function at 4 o’clock; Screw-back case
    * Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M)

Comments

David Fish says:

Excellent watch This is a very smart, good looking watch which on appearances far outdoes other watches in its price range.I won’t babble, but I do want to address some of the scruples people have made:Firstly, on my watch at least, it is very easy to pull out the crown to the first position without slipping to the second position. Also, whilst this does stop the second hand, the second wheel (cog) keeps in motion so that when you are finished the second hand returns to the place where it should be, therefore not hacking time as one reviewer has stated.Secondly the instructions are relatively simple so that having read them once you will be more than able to do most of the things you want to without having to refer back to the manual.I will agree that the watch does take some time to display the set alarm time, and that the alarm is rather faint so cannot be relied upon to wake you from heavy sleep. Also there is no ‘sleep’ function so the alarm is a…

B. S. Clewett says:

Almost perfect A very nice watch with an attractive collection of functional dials. The watch feels heavy and well made, with a nice balance of polished, matt and dark components on the screen. I particularly like the polished Roman numerals.It has a perpetual calendar, duel time and solar power, so could be used with no alteration at all until 28th Feb 2100, with just a day of strong sunshine a year.The alarm is easy to set and works over 24 hours, and adjusts if you are using the second time zone (local time) display. The calendar display shows week day, month day, month and leap year clearly, as I would want from a perpetual calendar. Another dial also shows the 24 hour time, important when setting the alarm, although this dial is slightly too small to show much more than whether the time is AM or PM.The watch is not perfect. Using the functions needs a little practice. For instance I need to pull the crown out slightly to select options, but it tends to…

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