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Citizen Aqualand Eco-Drive BN2038-01L $399 Delivered @ Starbuy

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Shipped in the Citizen tank packaging with an extender strap.

  • Crystal/Lens - Mineral
  • Diameter - 46.5mm
  • Band width - 22mm
  • Case Thickness - 16.2mm
  • Luminous hands & markers
  • ISO 6425. Approved for diving
  • Depth Meter, Maximum Depth Memory Display, Automatic Water Sensor
  • Power Reserve Indicator
  • Water resistant - Diver's 200 Metres
  • 5 year Aus warranty from Citizen Aus

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YB1bjvfBGO4

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    • +18 votes

      Some will find it expensive & ugly, some won't. I guess that's why there are so many styles of watches available at different prices.

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    how does the depthmeter work?

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      pressure sensor.

    • +4 votes

      You go deep and it measures the deepness.

    • +1 vote

      there are 2 small extra hands besides hrs and minutes, one of the small dials is current depth, the other is max depth …. i had used my aqualand for diving but really you use the dive gauges / computer as they are easier to read and digital dive computers record time spent at a depths so you can work out time before next dive if deep diving.
      this looks better than a fitness watch if you want to make a statement about being active and sporting.

    • +1 vote

      There's a manual on this page ($1099 RRP lol) you can check out if you want to learn more

  • +1 vote

    Fantastic - had this in my cart waiting for a deal.

  • +7 votes

    Thanks aquanerd!
    That's a nice looking watch that I don't need
    That's a nice looking watch that I don't need
    That's a nice looking watch that I don't need
    That's a nice looking watch that I don't need
    That's a nice looking watch that I don't need

    *Closes ozbargain

    • +1 vote

      You know you want it!

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      If you take a deep dive you will know you want it

  • +2 votes

    Thanks WatchNerd. I've been hanging out for this epic deal from last December to return. Had pretty much given up!

    That's one big item ticked off my watch list.

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      I think you were the one that put me onto this. On another deal?

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        Ha, cool. Yeah, I've been hanging out for this since I realised I missed out on the previous deal in December. I'm sure I've mentioned it on other watch deals since then.

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    Definitely my favourite Citizen dive watch, and stoked to be able to add it to my collection.

    Now, if StarBuy could just do an awesome deal on my favourite Seiko dive watch – King Samurai SRPF79K – I'd be a very happy camper.

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      Sorry I find it hard to see that watch (your samurai's) as attractive…. Way too simple
      …. Probably just me…

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        Yeah, it's a lot more subdued than this Aqualand. I've got a couple of watches with busy faces, so am looking for a more simple but elegant diver to add to my small collection.

        I'd even settle for the SRPe33k

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    Is this a watch for left-handers? The crown appears to be on the wrong side.

    My mate thinks it may be a pressure sensor, but that makes no sense. In this century they are miniature solid-state devices and just need a tiny hole in the case.
    Surely they would not put a big gaudy lump on the watch that serves no purpose?

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      The crown is on the right. Your mate is correct – heaps of reviews on YouTube for this 30th anniversary Promaster watch.

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      Aren't those altimeters? Ie. You can't dive with them?

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      after diving you need to be able to wash it, so tiny hole for sensor might not allow enough fresh water in to wash out salt water. I owned a first gen version, mine has small lcd for depth this one doesn’t, but same chunky sensor.

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      The crown is at the 4 o'clock position.

      The big gaudy lump at 9 o'clock is indeed the water pressure sensor.

      The two buttons at 8 and 10 o'clock are for various functions relating to checking the water depth and calibrating the sensor.

      Incidentally, the big gaudy lump isn't as big and gaudy as it used to be.

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        isn't as big and gaudy as it used to be

        In 1990, that was cutting edge miniaturisation! Piezoresistive pressure sensors were not yet invented.

  • +3 votes

    After having first hand experience buying from Starbuy, I can highly recommend them.

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    Good deal for those who like this watch!

  • +5 votes

    @WatchNerd Please stop posting these amazing deals

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    I have this,

    Band is way too small.

    • +4 votes

      Needs band 28

      • +2 votes

        Phone is fine

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      According to the description, it comes with an extender strap.

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    very tempting, wish they included a stainless band with the watch.
    i find my wrist gets itchy when i wear rubber watch bands for a full day, but i understand the appeal of the rubber watch band when in the water.

  • +2 votes

    Bought one, looks great - been waiting since the last deal on this one

  • +1 vote

    Thought I logged into OzBaller not OzBargain!

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      Nah it's only OzBaller when the watch costs as much as a decent second hand car. This is a bargain for a "perpetual" deep sea diving watch. Functions better than almost every other "baller" perpetual watch.

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    Must have missed out. Coming up as $599

    • +4 votes

      Enter code AQUANERD as mentioned in the description.

      • +1 vote

        My bad, reading not good

  • -1 vote

    Is it possible to get a wrist hernia wearing this?

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    I have an older titanium version that stopped working a few years ago (JP1030-53E) I think.
    I was diving a lot at the time for work.
    Wanted to get it going again but citizen said they couldn’t get parts…. I wonder if any of you smart watch loving types know why could be done…. another similar model parts put into my titanium case? The light ‘warm’ feel of Ti is great

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    https://www.thewatchagency.com/citizen-aquatimer-black-titan...

    Cost me about the equivalent of $1600 in Europe, 2001

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      Whoa. Looks like a prop from Stargate.

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    Not a bad watch. Would still not buy. But you are the worst influence on my life, one day you will put something I can't say no to.
    Actually PJC was the worst you come close though.

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    great price!

    How do you do it? im waiting for a deal on the Bulova Lunar Pilot

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    Any seiko 5 deals coming up? @WatchNerd

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    When does the discount code expire?

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    Just received mine - wow it comes in its own dive tank case!

    https://imgur.com/a/NSgbYKp

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    bought one ….probably only wear in summer with short sleeve shirt …..too big for a cuffed shirt …..pity it doesn’t come with pelican case instead of plastic scuba tank.

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      Agreed. I'd much prefer the functional Pelican case that they get overseas.

  • +1 vote

    Mine came with low charge - put it under an LED desk lamp over night and its on the "high" section now.

    The lume is great and I'm loving the watch, looks great with the band.