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Citizen Promaster Eco-Drive Steel Mens Watch CB5001-57E $469 (Was $999) Delivered @ StarbuyAU eBay

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I've been eyeing this watch off for a while and hoping it came under $500.
It has solar, a slide rule (so can do calculations - trust me, i'm an engineer), 5 year warranty, Australian stock, 200m water resistance and has a saphire crystal face <3

Hope someone else appreciates this too xx

The ultimate companion for the frequent flyer, the Citizen Eco-Drive Promaster CB5001-57E features a radio-controlled time-keeping function to capture a time signal in four areas around the world (Japan, China, Western Europe and the US) and automatically adjust the time. Fitted with a 1/1 second chronograph that can measure up to 60 minutes, an aviator slide rule and a world time function for instant switching to the time of 24 cities, this is a pilot’s watch with multi-functions and a high level of practical utility. Featuring sleek black dial with sapphire crystal glass and 200 meter water resistance.

WATCH FACE
Black Round

GENDER
Male

GLASS TYPE
Sapphire Glass

WATER RESISTANCE
200m / 20ATM / 640ft

STRAP TYPE
Stainless Steel Bracelet

BATTERY
Solar Rechargeable

WATCH MOVEMENT
Solar

CLASP TYPE
Deployment Buckle

PACKAGING
Citizen official pacakaging

WARRANTY
Citizen 5 Year

MORE FEATURES
Case Diameter: 45.9mm
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Eco-Drive Technology
Radio controlled watch
Chronograph Function
Perpetual calendar
World time
Alarm
Power Save function
24 Hour Display
Overcharging Prevention Function
Caliber E660

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closed Comments

  • +2

    Great watch, just seems the face is trying too hard!. Just a personal opinion.

  • +1

    An engineer always has his scientific calculator 😷💪🏿

  • +1

    I have a Citizen Titanium watch that you can set the time with the radio signal - in australia you need to jerry up an app with some headphones to make it work - pretty cool. But no atomic clock signal here, so its the only way you can do it.

    • +1

      Hi, what's the app you are using? I have a citizen promaster , purchased in France 10 years ago , and i tried to use some apps from Google play store, since i moved in Australia, but it never worked… Thank you

      • I think the app is called WWVB Emulator. I personally never tried it, I just know it exists in case one day I will need it.

        Hope this help.

      • https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jntc.clock...

        I just found this app which I'll try out when my watch arrives

      • +1

        took me a while - ended up using corded ear buds at nearly max volume and moving the bud around the watch til i found the right spot. http://www.jrcomputing.com.au/Set_Watch/Set_Watch_Auto.html is what i used, tried a few apps, they all work once you get the spot going.

        • And how often do you normally use the app to sync the time?

          I'm hoping the watch accuracy without the radio sync is better/as good as +/- 15 sec/month

          • @Exprise: ive had the watch for roughly 6 months and im probably going to set it for the first time since my initial pfaffing about the first time, sometime soon. Its about 1 minute off. This is the model i have Citizen Super Ti CB0219-50L

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