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    Stay in style with Citizen watches

    What is unique about Citizen watches?

    Citizen was founded in 1930 by Japanese and Swiss investors, and since then, has been making a wide range of watches.

    In 1993, the company was the first to launch a multi-band atomic timekeeping watch and remains a pioneer in the field. What sets Citizen apart is that its watches are synced to atomic clocks, making them accurate to within one second in one hundred thousand years. You can track time in both home and world time zones, so you always get the most accurate time, no matter where you are.

    What different types of Citizen watches are available?

    The company makes a wide range of watches including Citizen watches for men and Citizen watches for women, and in several categories, from casual everyday styles to dressy designs, sporty, modern, vintage, and even models specifically for diving.

    At the heart of many Citizen watches is solar power technology so you can gain a charge from both natural and artificial light, never having to recharge or swap out the battery. Many models are also water-resistant, anywhere from 50 metres to withstand rain and splashes, up to 200 metres for full submersion.

    Lines include the Eco-Drive Citizen quartz watch, which is analog with quartz movement; the Navihawk with a geometric stainless steel case and luminous hands; the Chrono A-T that has a perpetual calendar radio-controlled in five time zones; Avion, which is inspired by transatlantic flights from the ‘50s; the ISO-compliant Promaster Diver that has a screw back case and screw down crown; and the Nighthawk that is finished in black ion-plated stainless steel, making it great for the office or evening wear, to name a few. For women, you can get models with Swarovski crystals, mother-of-pearl dials, diamonds on the bezel, and hypoallergenic designs.

    What are some of the considerations when choosing a Citizen watch?

    Aside from the look and style of the watch overall, get a watch band that fits your wrist (literally), from 27mm up to 48mm. Finish and material options include leather, stainless steel, polyurethane, or even super titanium, which is 40% lighter than stainless steel.

    Some watches are designed for specific purposes, like diving, some are semi-casual for wear every day at the office, the gym, or enjoying a night on the town, and others elegant and dressy.

    Clasps can be fold over for an elegant look or polyurethane and sportier. If you plan to swim with the watch, or wear it while washing dishes, for example, make sure it is water-resistant.

    Travellers might appreciate watches that can track time more seamlessly in different time zones, and that feature things like convenient at-a-glance day and date windows and scratch-resistant designs. Solar power, as noted, is also a great feature so you know your watch is always working. Some models, like the Chrono A-T, even include a power reserve indicator that lets you know when you need more light to keep it sufficiently powered up.

    Stay in style with Citizen watches

    What is unique about Citizen watches?

    Citizen was founded in 1930 by Japanese and Swiss investors, and since then, has been making a wide range of watches.

    In 1993, the company was the first to launch a multi-band atomic timekeeping watch and remains a pioneer in the field. What sets Citizen apart is that its watches are synced to atomic clocks, making them accurate to within one second in one hundred thousand years. You can track time in both home and world time zones, so you always get the most accurate time, no matter where you are.

    What different types of Citizen watches are available?

    The company makes a wide range of watches including Citizen watches for men and Citizen watches for women, and in several categories, from casual everyday styles to dressy designs, sporty, modern, vintage, and even models specifically for diving.

    At the heart of many Citizen watches is solar power technology so you can gain a charge from both natural and artificial light, never having to recharge or swap out the battery. Many models are also water-resistant, anywhere from 50 metres to withstand rain and splashes, up to 200 metres for full submersion.

    Lines include the Eco-Drive Citizen quartz watch, which is analog with quartz movement; the Navihawk with a geometric stainless steel case and luminous hands; the Chrono A-T that has a perpetual calendar radio-controlled in five time zones; Avion, which is inspired by transatlantic flights from the ‘50s; the ISO-compliant Promaster Diver that has a screw back case and screw down crown; and the Nighthawk that is finished in black ion-plated stainless steel, making it great for the office or evening wear, to name a few. For women, you can get models with Swarovski crystals, mother-of-pearl dials, diamonds on the bezel, and hypoallergenic designs.

    What are some of the considerations when choosing a Citizen watch?

    Aside from the look and style of the watch overall, get a watch band that fits your wrist (literally), from 27mm up to 48mm. Finish and material options include leather, stainless steel, polyurethane, or even super titanium, which is 40% lighter than stainless steel.

    Some watches are designed for specific purposes, like diving, some are semi-casual for wear every day at the office, the gym, or enjoying a night on the town, and others elegant and dressy.

    Clasps can be fold over for an elegant look or polyurethane and sportier. If you plan to swim with the watch, or wear it while washing dishes, for example, make sure it is water-resistant.

    Travellers might appreciate watches that can track time more seamlessly in different time zones, and that feature things like convenient at-a-glance day and date windows and scratch-resistant designs. Solar power, as noted, is also a great feature so you know your watch is always working. Some models, like the Chrono A-T, even include a power reserve indicator that lets you know when you need more light to keep it sufficiently powered up.