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Citizen Eco-Drive AW1760-81X (Orange Dial) $165.00, AT0200-05E $149.00, Seiko JDM Turtle $399.00 Delivered @ Starbuy


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Citizen Eco-Drive AW1760-81X (orange dial) $165.00 delivered.

  • Crystal/Lens - Mineral
  • Diameter - 43mm
  • Band width - 22mm
  • Case Thickness - 11.7mm
  • Bezel Doesn't Rotate
  • Luminous hands & markers
  • 8 Month Power Reserve
  • Low Charge Indicator - the second hand will skip a second
  • Water resistant 100 Metres - in general, suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not diving
  • 5 Year Australian Warranty from Citizen Australia

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Citizen Eco-Drive Chrono AT0200-05E (black dial) $149.00 delivered

  • Crystal/Lens - Mineral
  • Diameter - 39mm
  • Band width - 20mm
  • Case Thickness - 10.4mm
  • Luminous hands & markers
  • 6 Month Power Reserve
  • Low Charge Indicator - the second hand will skip a second
  • Strap - Nylon
  • Water resistant 100 Metres - in general, suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not diving
  • 5 Year Australian Warranty from Citizen Australia

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  • not bad, but the SRPK35K in orange just that little nicer for the money from your last deal :D

  • +21
    • would buy no cap

      • +2

        i would unironically buy this over the Erebus Origin

        • +1

          A lot cheaper also

        • +5

          The amount of fanboying over Erebus because of one of the creators is a sight to behold.

          It's just another microbrand at an expensive price point for what it is, but all of the FB groups related to Aussie watches are swooning over this as if it's the second coming of Christ.

          "ohhhh amazing work on the colours, gents!" "love the gradient!" "omg finally" as if they made the watch themselves and didn't just dropship it from China.

    • tbh there are enough watch buyers on here that I reckon it would be possible to sell out a run of OzB watches.

      wonder if it's possible to commission a group buy of customs from an Aliexpress manufacturer

      • +4

        Good idea, then we could have limited edition versions. First would be the Tightarse model.

        • diver with a starfish on the caseback?

        • +5

          can i pre-order the jv version after? random numbers would be in bold

      • I like this idea as well, but we'd no doubt need to seek the blessing of Scotty, since he owns the rights to the OzB logo. In all seriousness, does anyone have an idea how to go about doing this? In my limited experience with Ali Express I've only seen that the Tandorio brand advertises they do custom builds. Do everyone's favourites Addies Dive and SteelDive do them, too?

  • +1

    This dial would be nice in a dark blue or green , but given the money a nice watch regardless ✅

  • +6

    will go well with my haloween pumpkin costume

  • +2

    I'm almost glad most Citizen watches are too large for my wrists, saves me from impulse buying.

  • I'd dive on a blue one of these!

    • AW1761-89L

      it is bluer than the renders make it appear

      • It's like, how much more blue could this be? And the answer is none — none more blue.

  • Not that it would ever affect me, but what's with the water resistant rating?

    "Water resistant 100 Metres - in general, suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not diving"

    Shouldn't they just call a spade a spade- Water resistant 100 Metres to me means the watch will be Water resistant at 100 metres below the surface. Sure I'll be dead by them but at least my watch should be a-ok when they pull it off my body.

    • +1

      It's a bit like tent capacities: "three man tent" means that, sure, you might theoretically get three people in there but nobody is going to realistically do it.

      The WR rating is a once-off static measure of a new sample. So, like the tent, it is a theoretical maximum that in reality you're not going to try and achieve.

      The only rating that really matters is if a watch is labelled "Diver's 200m", in which case it does have to stand up to a rigorous set of tests under different conditions. A Diver's 200 is tested for repeated immersions in salt water with changes in temperature and pressure up to 250m.

      What the ratings actually mean are:
      30/50m: ok for washing up or wearing in the rain
      100m: you can go swimming with it
      200m: you can go snorkeling with it
      Diver's 200m: you can go scuba diving with it

      • I’d also not submerse any watch in water that doesn’t have a screw down crown / pushers , regardless of the rating

      • Cheers.

        Seems like they should divide the rating by 50!

        Wouldn't this be a divers watch? Certainly looks like it is.

        • No. It is a divers-style watch.

          Which isn't necessarily a bad thing, after all how many of us even go swimming with these watches, never mind fair dinkum diving.

  • Just pulled the trigger! Thanks!

    • +2

      What did you shoot?

      • +5


  • +1

    The only thing holding me back from purchasing this previously was the non-rotating bezel, but at this price I can overlook that.

  • Thought it was the orange Seiko 5 GMT for a split second then I saw the price.

    • +2

      Surely the word citizen in the title was the giveaway.

      • I don't read, bro.

        Actually, I'm Chinese. I read right to left!

        • +8

          Actually the same (not Chinese though) . I scroll by looking at the picture first, then buying, then reading the title, then regretting, then posting in the forums about return policies.

  • +4

    I will upvote anything by WatchNerd.

  • +1

    Thanks OP!

  • Citizen AW1760-81X or Seiko SRPD59K.
    What's your thoughts? Please.

  • +1

    Unboxing in Russian. Brand new video…


    • It strikes a blood-orange tone on my setup.

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