Press Release: November 19, 2015
Citizen is a brand that never loses its lustre, whatever product they might introduce to the market. Every time, they just get better and it’s their innovation that speaks. This is the reason they do not have to try tapping too hard into demographics spanning over varied age groups; their strength as a strong watch company thus remains unperturbed.
Among Citizen’s high-quality timepieces, the Eco-Drive Perpetual Calendar watches are perhaps the most popular due to their hassle free nature and ease of maintenance – better call it zero maintenance. The Citizen Eco-Drive Perpetual Calendar BL5483-55E Mens Watch falls in the same line. Despite its functional aspects, it is a simple watch that’s easy to setup and fulfils the criteria of standing up as a dress watch for its gold-tone finish. Its illumination factor is much better and as a whole, very easy to use and operate. Unlike other perpetual calendar pieces, it troubles you less – in the sense, you do not need to go through a whole lot of procedures to get it working according to your preference. It, therefore, makes a great buy for anyone eyeing solar timepieces with substantial technicalities camouflaged within a dress appeal.
The Citizen Eco Drive Promaster Calendar BL5483-55E Mens Watch takes things up by several notches with its dramatic dress-sports look and fuses style and function within a single form. Forget your worries to adjust for odd dates and leap years; it has been built to keep track of all that till the year 2100. Additionally, contrary to normal chronographs at this price range, it can split seconds to their 1/20th parts and can measure up to 60 minutes.
You don’t need to look hard into the dial of the Citizen Navihawk Eco-Drive Perpetual Calendar BL5483-55E Mens Watch to find out the interplay between creativity and technicality. Neither clarity; unlike so many other watches sporting analog dials. It is the least complex also regarding its layout design, which makes its operations a breeze, which is a freedom from carrying around a large sheet of paper. It is more than easy to get a hang of it and the sub-dials have a distinct part to play in that. They clearly indicate what you’re doing.
A quick run-down at the dial shall reveal a 24 hour indicator (at 10’0 clock), a chrono split-seconds (at 2 o’clock) which doubles up as the charge level indicator when not engaged and the mode-selection dial (at 6 o’clock). The last one allows you to choose your dual-time setting, normal timekeeping, Citizen Eco-Drive Power Reserve function and alarm modes. The caliber E820 movement is Citizen’s bread and butter among the non-atomic calibres and that makes things turn petty glossy from the insides. Now, we call that maintaining parity.
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