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Citizen Men's JY0050-55L "Blue Angels Skyhawk A-T" Titanium Eco-Drive Watch


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  • Aviation-inspired titanium watch with round dial featuring blue and yellow accents and five-link stylish bracelet
  • Light-powered Eco-Drive Japanese quartz movement charges in natural or indoor light
  • Water-resistant to 200 m (660 ft)
  • Use of the Blue Angels name and logo is with the permission, but not endorsement, of the U.S. Navy.
  • Water resistant to 660 feet (200 M): suitable for recreational scuba diving


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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Citizen
Model number JY0050-55L
Part Number JY0050-55L
Model Year 2011
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Mineral
Display Type Analog
Clasp Fold-Over Clasp with Double Push-Button Safety
Metal stamp none
Case material Titanium
Case diameter 45 millimeters
Case Thickness 15
Band Material Titanium
Band length Mens
Band width 21 millimeters
Band Color Silver
Dial color Blue
Bezel material Titanium
Bezel function Slide-rule
Calendar Perpetual calendar
Special features Chronograph, Water Resistant
Item weight 4.16 Ounces
Movement Japanese-Quartz
Water resistant depth 660 Feet
Warranty type Contact seller of record

Product Description

Chock full of innovative features, the Men's Blue Angels Skyhawk A-T Chronograph Titanium Watch from Citizen Eco-Drive combines aviator-inspired style with a sleek, sporty design. Offering a maximum power reserve of 180 days, with a low charge warning within three days of stop point, this distinctive timepiece is both reliable and up for the next adventure. It also features a durable, hardened mineral crystal, original Blue Angels insignia on its case back, and Blue Angels logo on a bold black dial. With a multi-band atomic receiver that accepts signals in North America, Europe, and Asia, this efficient accessory provides both world time in 43 cities, and a perpetual calendar, making it ideal for traveling. There's also a digital display light, two alarms, 1/100 second chronograph that measures up to 24 hours, and a 99 minute countdown timer. Rugged, handsome, and built to last, this Citizen Eco-Drive original arrives in a gray box, along with a manual, information CD.

Summary of Features:

  • Atomic timekeeping with radio-controlled accuracy
  • World time in 43 cities
  • 2 alarms
  • 1/100 second chronograph that measures up to 24 hours
  • 99 minute countdown timer
  • Digital display light
  • Greenwich Mean Time display
  • Rotating slide-rule bezel
  • Non-reflective mineral crystal
  • Power-reserve indicator

Combination solar-powered/radio-controlled atomic timekeeping, Radio signal stand-by and reception level indicators, Radio signal on/off selection option, Chronograph displaying analog 24-hour and Coodinated Universal Time (UTC) subdials, Additional split time, 1/100-second measuring, flyback and auto return functions, Countdown timer programmable to 99 minutes, 12 and 24-hour display, Toggling between home and world city time, On/off option for Daylight Savings, World time display for 43 cities, 2 World time alarms, Calendar pre-programmed to Dec. 2099, Dual automatic power-saving functions, Light-emitting diode (LED) illumination for digital subdials with orange afterglow, Polished silver-tone hour and minute hands with luminous accents and yellow sweep seconds, Applied luminous hour markers with silver-tone accents, Subdials displayed by white and yellow hands, White and yellow lettering, numbers and indices mark subdials while white indices reveal outer minute track, Digital day-date-month-and-year, Blue/black bezel slide-rule (with yellow/white/grey lettering, numbers and indices) measures flying distances, navigation and general calculations, Brushed silver-tone titanium round case with polished accents, Polished crown protected by guards, Polished selector buttons, Titanium caseback reveals 'Blue Angels' ensign, 200 meters/660 feet water resistant

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  • ASIN: B001QFYKTA
  • Product Dimensions: 0.4 x 0.4 x 0.8 inches; 4.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Item model number: JY0050-55L
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Customer Reviews

Atomic Timekeeping with Radio-Controlled Accuracy and no battery required.
RAKRI
It is a great looking watch and I think it is worth spending the extra few dollars for the titanium part.
Rahul Rangarajan
Titanium is very light,so the watch is lighter than the type of stainless steel .So perfect material.
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108 of 121 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Jefferson on December 2, 2009
There already exist many reviews on Amazon for this watch. Most of the reviews can be found in the non-Titanium, non-Blue-Angels models. I just need to add a couple things. (I own this Blue Angels Titanium model).

TITANIUM-SPECIFIC PART: The Titanium version is much lighter! I compared it against a stainless steel model. The difference is huge. I know what most guys are thinking, "unlike this reviewer, I'm a real man who can handle an extra ounce on my wrist." FYI I consider myself pretty athletic. But I appreciate not feeling the watch on my wrist most of the time. Bottom-line: it's a personal choice. Titanium is lighter, stronger, and personally makes me feel better about this watch. Stainless steel is cheaper and gets the job done.

NON-TITANIUM-SPECIFIC PART - WATER RESISTANCE: The product description says "water resistant depth: 660 ft". I bought this watch thinking I could take it for scuba diving. The face of the watch says "WR 200" and the backplate says "WR 20BAR". But if you look up the owners manual, both these terms actually mean you can only skin-dive (I guess that means snorkeling.) Scuba-diving with air tank is NOT ok for this watch.

CALENDAR: HUGE pain in the a** to use. The date is only displayed for world time, not local time. This means at those hours when the world city is a day ahead of or behind your local time, you cannot get an accurate reading of your local date. The only fix is to set the world time city as your local city, which defeats the purpose of the "World Time" feature.

IN THE DARK: This watch is great in the dark! The luminescent dials are very bright in the dark. Additionally, there is a backlight.
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Peter Kokemueller on January 3, 2011
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First off, spring for the titanium version. It is well worth the extra money. I was unsure until I put it on my wrist. Wow, what a difference! At the very last minute, I decided to order the titanium version (mostly because the SS version was not available from Amazon it came from another seller) and am I ever glad I did. I "thought" that I wanted my watches to be heavy and thus would be OK with the stainless version but I was most certainly wrong. The titanium version is so lighteweight it is like nothing else I own. It is a pleasure to wear.

Also, contrary to what has been posted by another reviewer, this watch is totally 100% fine for recreational (aka PADI) diving. I have had it down to 100 feet with no issue what-so-ever. It is rated to 200M (or 600 feet). Most recreational diving is limited to 120 feet so you are well within the boundries of the watch. Anyway, I plan to continue using mine for diving and I do not expect there to be any issue.

The neatest feature of this version (only on the 3rd generation of this model) is the radio self correction. In short, the watch "phones home" to the atomic clock in Boulder, Colorado every morning at 2AM and self corrects the time to the hundreth of a second. Anytime I have checked, it has never been off by more than 2 seconds, even 23 hours after correction. So the watch is accurate to 2 seconds per day but self adjust every 24 hours to maintain this accuracy.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By RAKRI on December 4, 2010
Citizen Men's JY0050-55L Eco-Drive Blue Angels Skyhawk A-T Chronograph Titanium Watch

Wanted a new watch with multifunctions, radio-atomic controlled, titanium, stylish features for this Christmas. Have been using Casio Pathfinder triple sensor watch ABC titanium,so I knew how a titanium watch felt on wrist::Light weight as compared to other metals/alloys.
Citizen watches has a wonderful collections of watches- my choice was JY0050-55L.

This watch has a great look on RIGHT or LEFT wrist as it doesnot have huge sticking out clasps/crown/buttons.The color of the dial is blue with some yellow and white in it.-looks great. Crown and buttons are perfect size-easy to use.

Its a compact watch with a lot of funCtions. titanium makes a big difference. First Look gives an impression of being bulk/heavy- but once in hand-its a big difference-very light weight.
The product instruction manual is great and the CD also has interactive instructions with PDF manual to print or read.

Atomic Timekeeping with Radio-Controlled Accuracy and no battery required. Very happy with this watch......
FIVE STARS
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UPDATE October,1, 2013
I have worn this watch pretty much everyday, No issues at all except for some 'daily wear-tear signs' like scuffs on the bracelet, etc. Its certainly an eye catcher and I love this watch (Eco-Drive is awesome) and all its functions.
Still Five stars........
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Update July 26, 2014
Other than daily use wear-tear signs, no issues with the watch. All the functions works great, maintains time, no need to worry about battery replacement, Still 5 Stars!
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By C. Krause on December 2, 2010
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All in all I am very happy with this elegant timepiece.! This really is a beautiful wathc. I'm hooked on atomic-solar and have owned several Casio G-Shock's and If you've had one of those, you know how complicated a multifunction watch can be to set and use.
PROS:
*It came with a mini-CD that walks you through the initial setup up - really easy, really cool!

*Titanium - quite light. I don't know how much the steel one weighs, but this is a big, thick watch, I think it's worth the extra $150.

*Easy to read Analog, back-light for digital displays in the dark

*Very easy to cycle through the time zones - there are 43 plus one custom. The really, really nice thing is that you can easily Hide the cities you don't use to make the list really short. unlike the Casio, hands move in both directions very quickly when changing time zones.

*Digital display for Two time zones plus UTC on the top dial. You can easily swap the digital time zones by pressing both the set buttons simultaneously - extremely useful for travel

*Very easy to cycle through the functions, from Time, Calendar, chronograph, countdown timer, world time and two alarms, plus the atomic receive mode by rotating the crown.

*Atomic-solar, of course.

*Many more custom features, for instance you can zero the analog hands - I hope they never get misaligned, but if they do, hey.

CONS:
* Digital displays are tiny, and I expect most buyers will be over 45 and have trouble focusing on them. I Have to use the back-light even in daylight, but I just use the calendar anyway, so it's fine, but if you want to refer to it a lot in the dark, may be a problem.

* The hands cover the digital displays as they turn.
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