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This review is from: Citizen Men's AT2185-06E Drive from Citizen Eco-Drive WDR 3.0 Chronograph Watch (Watch)
First of all , Unless you have eyes like a cat , forget about seeing the time in low light or at night , It doesn't illuminate at all , 2nd , The buttons ( second hand movement ) gets pushed from just moving your wrist and the movement stops ( It still keeps the time however)The other button does the same thing . 3rd, when you are wearing it , the end of the wrist strap sticks out like a sore thumb , the little holder straps to prevent this just work there way up the strap as you wear it . So it looks like you are not wearing it correctly , It is also a bit oversized as mentioned from other reviews . It is also a very casual looking watch , Not to classy looking especially with the end part of the strap hanging out of your long sleeve shirt , So if I were you , I would go for a different model with good low / no light hands and numbers and a bracelet type buckel that you clip shut . Look VERY closely at it before you dump $200 + .
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Initial post: Sep 30, 2015 1:32:21 PM PDT
vincent anderson says:
Hey David, I've got to agree about the low light / night situation, and I do accidently depress the chronograph function button occasionally, but, at least with my watch, the minute and hour hands do not cease to move when the watch is in that mode and luckily it will only act as a stopwatch for 1 hour. It is a larger faced watch, which I do like and it is a bit casual which I can wear most days. The rechargeable aspect is great! No more battery changes for me! I've had mine for close to two years and it is going strong, keeps fairly accurate time and I've received some compliments on it, especially because it's black and orange and I'm surrounded by my fellow S.F. Giants Fans! No World Series this year though, BOO. Maybe next year?
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