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Citizen Promaster Eco-Drive Dual-Time Pilot Watch #BJ7017-09E
Citizen BJ7017-09E Eco-Drive Promaster Pilot Watch

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List Price: $375.00
Island Watch Price: $239.00
Sale Price: $229.00
Savings: $146.00

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Product Code: BJ7017-09E

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Citizen Promaster Eco-Drive Dual-Time Pilot Watch #BJ7017-09E

This Citizen Promaster series pilot watch comes with an Eco-Drive Caliber B877 movement that is charged by exposure to light (i.e. no battery changes). It has an insufficient charge warning and an overcharge prevention function. The power reserve is 6 months when fully charged. Its features include a 12 hour local time hands, a 24 hour sub-dial for tracking in military time or for use in monitoring a second time zone. The watch also has an inner rotating computational bezel.

The case size is 42.5mm in diameter and the Seiko sport strap features a push-button clasp for easy on and off. Water resistance is 200 meters. You can download or view the product manual above.
Watch Features:
  • Movement: Citizen B877 Eco-Drive (solar powered)
  • Case: Brushed stainless steel, 42.5mm diameter x 12mm thick. 47mm tip to tip
  • Back: Stainless steel
  • Crystal: Mineral
  • Band: Seiko sport strap, push button clasp. 22mm Lug
  • Water Resistant: 200 meters
  • Warranty: 1 Year

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 Captivating March 3, 2018
Reviewer: Vaughan Pearce from Castle Hill , New South Wales Australia  
It’s easy to see why this watch has a cult following.
The long life power supply, the busy but captivating dial and an affordable price.

It’s a gem !

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Great looking watch January 21, 2018
Reviewer: Kurt Svec from Bloomington, MN United States  
I love the watch. It seemed to take forever to charge initially. Living in Minnesota in the winter didn't help because the sun is so low and rare this time of year. After I set the time after a few days when it didn't appear to  be charged, it started ticking normal. Hasn't missed a beat since.

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