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on June 14, 2015
When it has came down to Citizen watches, they have been both a hit and a miss in regards to their value. They have had a huge hit with making classic and distinctive watches, and have a big miss when it has came down to catering to younger horologists with timepieces. Their Drive collection has honestly lagged in terms of design and distinction as well as quality for the long-term owner of a timepiece. This timepiece from Citizen, actually does more to confuse the owner than drive in regards to the overall value of the piece. It does have a lovely leather strap and significant movement, but that is really all there is to it. What I do not like about the watch is that you see the watch in 3 directions. The second display seems much bigger on the watch, while the regular time display, and the military display seem much smaller and weaker on the watch. Overall, it is a noble watch, but there are better ones Citizen has made overall for the money.
Setup & Comfort: C+