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Citizen Perpetual Calendar BL5290-59E $199 + Shipping @ Starbuy


Was browsing their sale, after comparing prices this seems to be at least 50% cheaper than in any other store.
Backed by a 5 year warranty.

Citizen Eco Drive Stainless Steel Perpetual Calendar BL5290-59E Watch. This 100m water resistant watch features an alarm, a 24 hour function and a Perpetual Calendar.

Never change a battery. Imagineā€¦A timepiece that never needs a battery change. Citizen Eco-Drive technology converts natural and artificial light sources into energy. It recharges continuously in any kind of light to run forever


Eco-Drive: 8-month power reserve (in power save mode)
Mineral glass with non-reflective coating
Stainless steel
One way bezel
Perpetual calendar
1/20 sec chronograph up to 60 min
Alarm, Dual time
12/24 hr time
Push button buckle
Screw case back
Low charge indicator

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  • I think I have this exact watch except I got a model with Sapphire glass off Ebay seller. It's been flawless. Gains about 2 seconds per month but that's pretty standard for Quartz watch. Amazing price. I paid USD 260 at the time 4 years ago.

  • Perpetual calendar and eco drive ……. don't have to adjust the date at the end of the month hmmmm. if only the numerals on the face were bigger so i didn't need my reading glasses to look at my watch :-(

  • Citizen's national warranty may be 3 or 5 years, but international warranty is just 1 year.

  • Made in Japan or China?

  • Waiting for 28 degree's comment

    • What did you want to know? I found some reviews on Amazon
      It's the cheapest price I can find it & Citizen make great watches, the perpetual calendar, chronograph & alarm adds to the price so if those are features you really want then it's a good deal.
      It all depends what you are after.

  • Does this come in titanium?

  • great watch…titanium or stainless steel . which material is better?

    • Titanium is lighter but easier to scratch

    • I have read other members comment that titanium scratches easier than stainless steel.
      Personally I don't get the whole reason for titanium, the main selling point is because it's a lighter material but I have never had to take a watch off because it's too heavy.

    • Depends. Titanium: lighter weight, generally more $, scratches easier than SS, often darker, there are different grades.

      Steel: strong, harder to scratch, some like the heavier weight, cheaper than titanium, harder to ding.

  • That's cheap! have a similar citizen perpetual watch. havent changed the date or battery since 2011.

  • Bought one. Thanks OP.

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