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This is a Citizen?


571073_l03.jpgI’m still trying to figure out what this thing does or what it’s called. I’ll get back to you in a minute.

Here’s Professional Watches take on this.

I really really like Citizen watches because they are such a good value. Especially the ECO-Drive titanium wristwatches. They are accurate, never need a battery, they are very hard to scratch and they look pretty nice. Well this practical watch company has finally come out with what appears to be a mid to high end wristwatch called the Citizen Capanolas and I want one now. Considering they are the largest watchmaker in the world I would think they could sell these at a reasonable price, although I am guessing they will be between $700-$1000. If they look as good in person as they do in these high res images I would pay that amount.

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  1. They make it stateside, but I think there are only 20 authorized dealers in the US. And Brian’s right, these are going to be very expensive watches.

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