Citizen Perpetual Chronograph A-T Eco-Drive Watch
Citizen Perpetual Chronograph A-T Eco-Drive Watch
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If functionality is at the top of your list when buying a watch, consider the Citizen Perpetual Chronograph. This feature-laden timepiece brings a lot to the table—from the chronograph and tachymeter to an alarm, power-reserve indicator, and radio controller Read More

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andrewebay1
235
Oct 28, 2020
I've owned this exact watch for over 6 years now, fantastic watch. Looks handsome on the wrist, gets attention but not overly in an Invicta fashion. Chrome accents on the markers and button for a subtle bling. Excellent time keeper (atomic) and the solar is dependable. Swapped the band to a 24MM Bonetto vanilla rubber strap for a more sporty look. Blue lume FTW!
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RickD
17
Oct 22, 2020
I own the Titanium version of this watch, CB5908-57E. I'm brutal with it and it still looks good. The only scratches are on the band where the links have a steel(?) cap on them. The gray titanium is like new. The setup requires you to charge it in the sun for at least a day, then follow the somewhat complex setup instructions. After that, you're good. The NIST radio signal keeps it hacked. Once the battery is topped off, you're good. I don't wear it frequently after a year and a half, I've switched to my Apple Watch -- but I'll get tired of that again and go back to this watch. If you do not live in North America see the NIST webpage on the 60kHz radio signal that sets it: https://www.nist.gov/pml/time-and-frequency-division/radio-stations/wwvb/help-wwvb-radio-controlled-clocks
rd37011
6
Oct 21, 2020
Fantastic watch and incredibly accurate. Wears well on the wrist even for those with smaller wrists (mine are 6.25 in) and it looks dressier than the photos might suggest. The polished edges do catch scratches more than the brushed areas, if I had to nitpick.