Where do you rank them? High end? Low end? Middle of the road?
+1. Depends on what method you use to determine the value of a watch.I love the Citizen designs.
I would say they are high-end from the perspective of anything I would actually buy; however, in the overall scheme of things, there are much more expensive watches out there, so probably they are more middle-end (?)
When the second hand does that on an analogue quartz watch, it usually means the battery's almost dead. I've had one of these Citizens for several years and mine did that when it had been in a drawer for a while.I have a citizen eco-drive I bought in early 2004 and I don't wear it much, but I recently took it out and it isn't keeping proper time. It will keep time for a little while after it charges, but then the second hand just sort of rocks back and forth in one spot... I need to find out if it's still under warranty.
Thanks I'll leave it there for awhile then... I'd previously left it in the window for several hours - on several occasions. I'll leave it longer and see if it that solves the problem.When the second hand does that on an analogue quartz watch, it usually means the battery's almost dead. I've had one of these Citizens for several years and mine did that when it had been in a drawer for a while.
Easily fixed, just leave it on a window ledge facing the sun for a day or two to get well charged up again.
Most of the models don't do much for me, but that SS Ecozilla is very cool!I think they are a very nice watch for the money. Most of my watches are automatic or handwind, so it's nice to have a few that you can just grab and go. My SS Ecozilla has been a great beater