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- Stainless steel watch with textured scallop design on dial and three-link bracelet
- Japanese quartz movement with analog display
- Eco-drive is fueled by light so it never needs a battery
- Water-resistant to 200 m (660 ft)
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For a casual feel with an all occasion look, this Citizen watch is the perfect addition to any look. The black chronograph dial includes a power reserve indicator along with other time-telling functions, while the sturdy stainless steel band and case make this watch versatile and perfect for a touch of class.
The Citizen Eco-Drive World Chronograph A-T is a radio-controlled perpetual calendar chronograph world timer with atomic timekeeping in 5 time zones (North America, the UK, Europe, Japan and China) and automatic time in 26 world cities. Specific functions also include a 1/20 second chronograph that measures up to 60 minutes, perpetual calendar, 12/24 hour time, day-date, alarm and power reserve indicator. This handsome timepiece is crafted in stainless steel with a patterned black dial, non-reflective sapphire crystal and a foldover clasp with hidden double push button. Additional details include a 43mm case and 200 meter water resistance. Citizen Eco-Drive is fueled by light, any light, so it never needs a battery. Combined with atomic timekeeping, it is the most accurate watch in the world.
World Chronograph A-T
Introducing the latest Citizen Eco-Drive with atomic timekeeping, the World Chronograph A-T. The world’s most accurate watch, this perpetual calendar chronograph is radio-controlled and shows world time in 26 world cities and features a non-reflective sapphire crystal. Also available in limited editions. Production on limited edition models is limited to 2,500 pieces worldwide. Each limited edition timepiece comes in a handsome leather presentation box.
- Atomic Timekeeping
- Automatic Time in 26 World Cities
- Radio-Controlled in North America, United Kingdom, Europe, Japan and China
- 1/20 Second Chronograph Measures up to 60 Minutes
- Perpetual Calendar
- 12/24 Hour Time
- Power Reserve Indicator
- 200 Meter Water Resistance
- Non-Reflective Sapphire Crystal
- Crocodile Strap (select models)
Diagram of Features
- Package Dimensions: 4.9 x 4.4 x 4.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00960BQ7G
- Item model number: AT8010-58E
- Batteries: 1 Lithium Metal batteries required.
- Date first listed on Amazon: September 4, 2012
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Citizen|
|Dial window material type||Anti reflective sapphire|
|Clasp||Fold-Over Clasp with Hidden Double Push-Button|
|Case material||Silver tone|
|Case diameter||43 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||12 millimeters|
|Band Material||Stainless Steel|
|Band length||Men's Standard|
|Band width||23 millimeters|
|Bezel material||Stainless steel|
|Special features||Second hand, luminous hour and minute hands, chronograph, stop watch|
|Item weight||15.84 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||660 Feet|
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I own several Eco-Drive watches, but this is my first radio controlled watch and it makes using the watch a set-and-forget operation. Before this watch, I used to have to adjust the time on occasion, like after daylight savings time, and advance the date after every month that had fewer than 31 days. But with this watch, you just pull the crown out one click, turn it to where the second hand is pointing to your local time zone, and you're done. You can either manually receive the atomic time signal to set the watch (hold down the lower-right button for a couple seconds), or let the watch do it automatically at 2:00 AM. Once that happens, the day, date, and time are set spot-on. It even automatically adjusts for daylight savings time. (If you live in Arizona, you can disable that setting.) The only time you'd have to set it again is if you travel to a different time zone and that process is super easy.
A sapphire crystal is always a plus. After years of use, the watch might get scratched beyond recognition, but that sapphire crystal will most likely look like new.
Many watches have complex bezels with slide rules, tachymeters, or other tools, which I find to be more of a gimmick than useful. I'm one of those "function over fashion" kind of guys - if it doesn't have a practical purpose, I'd rather not have it. Like most radio controlled watches, the AT8010-58E lists the world time zones around the bezel, but fortunately the list of cities is subtle under the crystal using minimal letters. Since you only need to use the list when you first set the watch, or travel to a different time zone, I prefer this subtle method over others like the CB0020-50E where it seems to draw attention to the bezel and potentially get scratched.
Readability. If you're at that age where you need reading glasses, but don't wear them all the time, this model is probably not for you. The pattern on the face reflects overhead lighting radially, in the same orientation as the hands. And the hands themselves are reflective and thin. When combining those factors, and without wearing readers, it can be very difficult reading the time, which is why I give it only 3 stars. I've included a photo in an attempt to illustrate this. This is not a problem when reading the watch outdoors, or indoors where the room is illuminated from windows.
This watch does have some illumination, but only a thin strip on the hands - there is no illumination on the indices.
At 6.1 ounces, it's not exactly light weight. My previous Citizen was titanium, which is much lighter. My next watch will have a sapphire crystal and a hardened titanium case and band.
This watch has what's called the H800 movement. If you're set on the features of this watch, but want a model that is easier to read, there are other Citizen H800 models available, such as the "Blue Angels" models.
On a side note, be aware that Seiko and Casio also make radio controlled, solar watches. If you want even more choices, all these companies make very nice models sold only for the Japanese domestic market (JDM). You can't find those on Amazon, but they are on the Japanese counterpart, amazon.co.jp. If you're obsessed with atomic time like I am, the latest tech in watches use GPS satellites to set the time, with the advantage that the signal is available everywhere on the planet. Models from Seiko and Casio are also able to detect your location and set your time zone automatically.
Very happy with the purchase!
I wear this watch on a daily basis. At times my job requires me to go into the field and train some rookies, or just help out. As a result I have unintentionally hit this watch (the crystal) against many tough surfaces that should have left their mark.
There is not a single scratch on the crystal, the watch works perfectly, and looks stylish.
The reason(s) for the 4 stars:
1st: The charge that allows you to see the hands in total darkness only lasts for a few minutes. This seems like an oversight to me, and the lighting issues should have been addressed by now.
2nd: There really is somewhat of a reflection off the face that makes it difficult to discern the hands. HOWEVER, do not let this preclude you from buying this timepiece, as this problem only exists under certain lighting conditions, and is only an issue if you are trying to tell the time at a glance. If you actually stop for a second and look at the watch, this is NOT and issue.
3rd: I wish the band was not such soft metal, it scuffed up and scratched fairly easily.