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- Made in USA or Imported
- Stainless steel watch featuring round black dial with date window and stitched canvas band
- Japanese-quartz movement that charges in natural or indoor light
- Mineral crystal dial window. Band - Nylon, Strap, Buckle
- Features buckle closure, luminosity, textured crown, and analog display;Age Group:Adult
- Water resistant to 330 feet (100 M): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving
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Citizen Men's BM8180-03E Eco-Drive Analog Japanese Quartz Green Watch
For a rugged look with a comfortable fit, this military-inspired timepiece fits the bill. with a day-date indicator, luminous hands, 37mm screw-back case, and 100M WR. The black dial provides a backdrop for simple Arabic numerals, housed in a stainless steel case along with a woven green strap with patterned stitching and a buckle clasp.
|Functions||3-Hand with Date, Day-Date|
|Band||Green Canvas Strap, Buckle|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Water Resistance||WR100/10Bar/333ft Swimming, Showering & Snorkeling|
Q: Where can I get technical information for my watch?
A: Generally, we reserve technical information for qualified watchmakers. If you need an instruction booklet which details operating specifications of your timepiece, click here.
Q: How do I set my watch?
A: Citizen employs a variety of movements types, many of which have unique setting procedures. To learn more how to set your watch, click here.
Q: How can I get replacement parts, such as a band?
A: Contact your nearest Authorized Service Center. Click here to be taken to the Authorized Service Center listing page.
Q: How much will it cost to replace my broken crystal?
A: When it comes to broken crystals, the watch has had to sustain a shock for the crystal to break. For this reason, it is imperative we first review your timepiece before quoting any costs.
Watch Sizing Guide Citizen Eco-Drive™ FAQ This stylish watch is ideal for your active lifestyle. Stainless steel case. Canvas strap with adjustable buckle closure. Three-hand analog display with quartz movement and date display window. Dial features hour markers and minute track. Water resistant 10 ATM/100 meters. Imported. Citizen Watch offers a five-year limited manufacturer's warranty on all their products. For more information, please visit their website and see the "Service Information" section. Measurements: Case Height: 37 mm Case Width: 37 mm Case Depth: 9 mm Band Width: 19 0⁄1 mm Band Circumference/Length: 10 in
- Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 5.9 x 5.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000EQS1JW
- Item model number: BM8180-03E
- Batteries: 1 CR123A batteries required.
- Date first listed on Amazon: March 15, 2005
- Average Customer Review:
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Citizen|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Metal stamp||no-metal-stamp (Fashion only)|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||37.2 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||9.5 millimeters|
|Band length||7.5 inches|
|Band width||18 millimeters|
|Bezel material||Stainless steel|
|Calendar||Day and Date|
|Special features||Second hand, Luminous|
|Item weight||9.60 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||330 Feet|
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- Light weight, doesn't feel bulky or huge on the wrist. I can hardly notice it's there at times when I’m wearing it.
- Classic utilitarian design with the olive green strap, has a clean minimalistic dial and straight to the point-day/date complication. There’s no extra fuss or unnecessary bling on this watch. Which I personally like, gives it a very classy understatement. Also makes it a very wearable watch with a-lot different outfits and situations.
-Lume is decent and legible but not exactly the best. For the price you really can’t complain. I usually shine it with my 300 lumen flashlight for a couple of seconds before going to bed and it seems to do the trick, gives off a nice shine in the dark!
-Strap is a bit stiff at first, but I can feel it breaking in and becoming more flexible after just the very first week of wearing it, so this shouldn’t be much of an issue in the long run.
-The Japanese Quartz movement is reliable and a practical enough for my time keeping needs. I’m not some NASA scientist at JPL who needs atomic timekeeping down to the very planck-time, I’m just your average joe.
-The fact that I don’t need to worry about changing batteries is what really sold me on the watch, second besides the design of course. This idea of having a perpetual running watch on my wrist powered by light is not only practical but also adds a very cool factor to the watch .
Overall I’m pleased that I made the decision to purchase the watch. Probably one of the best field watches you can buy for the money at this price point. I’m planning on using it as my daily driver for the long haul and I’m sure it will hold up to whatever I throw at it. Lets see how she does!
"The band is too tight (or too short.)"
"The sweep second hand doesn't hit the marks within an atom's width."
"The flat crystal is too easily scratched."
"The luminosity isn't a neon sign like Indiglo!"
"It's too ugly to wear in the Boardroom."
"Why can't I set the day/date anytime I want?"
"The dial face is so small it makes me look gay."
I own a Hamilton Moon Watch, a Tudor Chronograph, and a Rolex Explorer II GMT. I bought the Rolex as a reward for myself in 1992 when I made Chief in the seagoing service and was still taking position star sights with a sextant. It has been my "daily driver" every day since ... except every three-to-four years when accuracy becomes erratic and I have to send it away to Rolex Dallas for a month for $750 service oiling, upkeep, and rehab maintenance. Now in the drawer waiting until I have funny funds for yet another service.
Once I received this Eco-Drive with two-day Amazon+ free delivery I put it on my wrist in direct sunlight for a few hours, set the time, and away we went. Set the day and date within seconds once I was outside the 9PM - 4AM window specified by the manual. Never take it off now. For a watch in this price range you can't engineer a set of switching gears for day/date change that can also handle an owner messing around with the settings by pulling out the crown at the same time. So wait until morning to do it. What's the big deal?
The luminous hands glow brightest just after you turn out the lights, which is perfect because at that time your eyes are still burnt out from staring at the LCD screen all night surfing Amazon reviews. When I wake up at 3:23:19 AM and my eyes have dark adapted again I can still see the hands including the sweep second hand. The Citizen canvas band is stiff until you wear it enough to break it in to the shape of your very own wrist, and then it sits very well when you wear it in Real Life® rolling your ulna and radius reaching for another beer. Just try to find the right-size jeweler's screwdriver to remove links from the Rolex diver's band to fit your wrist! (Even the damn band is multi-hundred$)
I am not NFL lineman big, but 6'1" @ 200 lbs. and nobody has made whimpering noises at me for wearing this watch. This is the kind of tough, no-nonsense, utilitarian looking time utensil that Abercrombie & Fitch made back in the day when Hemingway was finding leopards on Kilimanjaro or pulling in bluefin off the Finca before they sold out and began outfitting punkers and 1%ers on Wall Street. The Explorer II crystal hangs out enough MMs from the stainless case that it had a noticeable chip out of it before a year was out and I learned how it catches every steel rail or rock outcrop in sight. The 24-hour bezel paint flakes off EVERY YEAR wearing it in salt water or just your shower. The Citizen fits close, feels light, and catches nothing.
I am not sure of the press-fit crown and WR 100 meter rating, this is not an Oyster case and screw-down crown, but this is also not a $5,000 timepiece. I have not been swimming or diving with the Citizen. The quality of the rest of the watch is enough to give me confidence it will perform as advertised, and if it should not, I can buy another <$100.
This budget watch is thousands of miles and light years and many dollars ahead of any of its' true competition. I don't want a rubberbound button-filled busy ultramarathon Ironman digital display gizmo. I want a tough good-looking analogue watch that keeps excellent time, and I believe the promise that the Eco-Drive will keep it going, and going, and going ... while the rest of the stable appreciate in value on their way to or back from service.
I want a watch to tell me precise time, and maybe the day and date while it is at it. Not jewelry. Seriously, buy this watch.
Update: Citizen did replace the repaired watch with a new one, although it took weeks, so I will change my rating to 4! The new one is ticking along without any problems a month later.