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Old 07-12-2011, 03:23 AM
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Citizen Eco-Drive Men's Skyhawk Watch

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

One of the best fashion watches for men is the Eco-Drive Skyhawk watch from Citizen. This watch features all sorts of interesting dials and can be especially useful for those who travel often.

This watch first uses a black wristband. This eight inch band features a cool steel finish that is comfortable on the user. The watch was also very easy to fasten in that it worked with a fold over push button.

The readout on the watch is a notable feature to see. It works with a process that involves recording the time on the calculator both manually and digitally. A big feature of the digital clock is that it works with an atomic clock feature for its digital half. This is used to ensure that the most accurate time can be reported on the watch.

The digital screens on the clock can be adjusted for times in different time zones. This is what makes this type of watch such a popular option among a number of travelers in that it allows a person to work with data on what the time is in different parts of the world.

A small gauge that measures the battery life on the watch is a popular feature to see here. This gauge works to inform a person of when it is time to change the battery on the watch. This is one of the most impressive features that I have found on a watch.

The box for the watch says that it is able to work with a water resistance level of about fifty meters. Tests on the watch found that it was able to work with some relatively deep water levels. One test involved dipping a watch into a tub. The watch was able to keep working properly and to stay functional even after it went into the tub.

Interestingly enough the Eco-Drive Skyhawk has a calculator on it. This is something that works on the digital readout of the watch. However, the calculator can be a challenge to control because of the small buttons on the watch.

The Skyhawk costs about seven hundred dollars through most retailers. This is a relatively expensive amount but at the same time it can be found for cheap through some retailers. It is available for only five hundred dollars at a variety of stores whenever this watch is on sale at a discounted price.

Review by professional reviewer, Sep. 1, 2010
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