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Citizen Eco-Drive 43.5mm Blue or Black Dial Watch $139.00 Delivered @ Starbuy


Citizen Eco-Drive (Blue Dial) BM7450-81L
Citizen Eco-Drive (Black Dial) BM7451-89E $139.00 Delivered.

  • Crystal/Lens - Mineral
  • Diameter - 43.5mm
  • Band width - 22mm
  • Case Thickness - 12mm
  • Luminous hands & markers
  • 6 Month Power Reserve
  • Low Charge Indicator - the second hand will skip a second
  • Bezel doesn't rotate.
  • Water resistant 100 Metres - in general, suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not diving
  • 5 Year Australian Warranty from Citizen Australia

Blue Dial BM7450-81L youtube
Black Dial BM7451-89E youtube
Eco-Drive explained.

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  • -8

    perfect affordable watch during the next few seasons but my heart won't allow me to get any watch that isn't kinetic movement :(

  • Whats the difference between this and the below that was on sale for $169 the other day? Just appearance?


    • +1

      The $169 is slightly bigger.

    • Functionaly, it doesn't look like there is much difference. Mainly a different style and slightly different size.
      Edit: it looks like they have different movements but I don't know how they compare.

    • +1


  • This looks OK, but the design feels a bit bog-standard.

    I don't think anything is going to replace my Seiko SRPD63 now.

    • Different ball-park for price. I think this is excellent value at this price point. I like the cut crown and the subtle blue colour. Would get one but too big for me by at least 2mm.

      • Managed to get mine for $289 delivered from Creationwatches. I'd save up a little more for it because like I said, the design's a bit too plain Jane - which is the problem I have with a lot of Citizen watches.

        Would never pay local prices though.

        • +3

          That's a really nice looking watch.

          As for Creation Watches, be careful with them.
          I was unfortunate enough to need to contact their custom support.
          I received a watch which was missing a screw in the case back and the movement was not working correctly (from memory it would start and stop by itself).
          When I contacted Creation, they told me to contact a service centre for that brand of watch and refused to refund or help in any way.
          Fortunately, PayPal stepped in and sorted it out.

          Needless to say, with how their support responded to my issue, I will never buy from them and I would strongly recommend anyone thinking of doing business with them look elsewhere.

  • 43.5…anyone know if that sits large?

    • +4

      Too big for me. Most of my watches are 40-42mm. Have a look at the utube video, the dude puts it on and I think it looks big on. The gloves he's wearing may deceive though.

      • Thanks. Was thinking the same.

        • Nobody has mentioned wrist sizes yet so it's a bit hard to come to any conclusion.

          Maybe watch some youtube reviews from Just One More Watch, he has a 7 inch wrist & usually shows every watch he reviews on his wrist.

          I have a 7 inch wrist & would have no issues buying this model.

  • I really feel like my $115 Addiesdive automatic with hacking movement and sapphire crystal from the deal the other day hard to beat against these citizens.

    Sure it doesn't have the warranty and stuff, but the features alone are trumping these

    • Why wouldn't it have a warranty, that deal was through Amazon?

      Anyway you are paying for a established watch making brand when buying a Citizen.

      • I just assumed, third party seller and the warranty card comes not filled out - that the "warranty" was not necessarily a thing lol - Could be wrong though

        • +1

          According to Aus Consumer Law the business that sold the item has to deal with any warranty claims.
          In this case it would be Amazon.

    • which one?

    • +3

      It goes deeper, but it's a little fatter too. That's a good deal though.

      For what it's worth, I have had a Citizen eco-drive since 2007, and still going strong.

      • +1

        They last so long they pay for themselves just in battery savings.

        • Especially for waterproof watches which need a seal replacement and pressure testing each time they are opened. Paid $50 once around 2005 for doing this with a Casio G-Shock 200m.

    • Your comparing a Chinese homage to a Japanese watch from a respected company with a 5 year warranty.

  • +1

    Thanks op $139 for a blue eco drive that looks like this,you can’t go wrong.

  • i like watches

  • Maybe this is a weird one but I'll still ask. Does some know how good the illumination is in the dark? To me it's important to be able to read the watch in the dark. Tia

  • Any other suggestions between 300-500$ mark, looking to buy solar/automatic with sapphire crystal watches?

  • +2

    lol@ a fixed bezel watch having a big "30" on the bezel and another big "30" on the face itself, just in case they somehow fell out of alignment with each other

    • +1

      who do they think they are, seiko?

  • +2

    This is a ridiculously good price for an ECO watch from a good brand.

  • It's a nice looking dial.

    I'm probably going to end up with a 62mas homage though.
    Something like the SEESTERN with 37mm case as I find the SD1970 Steeldive a bit too bulky on wrist. (similar size to this Citizen Eco-Drive)
    Just waiting for decent sale on the SEESTERN

    • +1

      Dam you ozbargain. Got one anyway to add to the collection.

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