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Citizen Men's BM6060-57F Eco-Drive Titanium Black Dial Watch


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  • Eco Drive technology is Fueled by light and it never needs a battery
  • Screw-Back Case
  • Water Resistant to 100 Metres
  • Titanium
1 new from CDN$ 250.00

Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Citizen
Model number BM6060-57F
Part Number BM6060-57F
Model Year 2011
Item Shape round
Dial window material type Mineral
Display Type analogue
Clasp fold-over-push-button-clasp-with-safety
Metal stamp no-metal-stamp
Case material Titanium
Case diameter 40 millimeters
Case Thickness 9
Band Material Titanium
Band length mens
Band width 23 millimeters
Band Color silver
Dial color black
Bezel material Titanium
Bezel function stationary
Calendar Date
Special features luminous
Movement japanese-quartz
Water resistant depth 330 Feet
Warranty type Manufacturer

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 15.2 x 17.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g
  • Item model number: BM6060-57F
  • ASIN: B000GDC5KO
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: April 28 2010
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #651 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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Amazon.com: 174 reviews
56 of 57 people found the following review helpful
I like it! Aug. 21 2007
By PT - Published on Amazon.com
I have had this watch for a few weeks now so I can not address wear and tear. To start, the picture does not do it justice. The titanium is a nice mix of brushed and polished, which does not stand out in the pic. The black face is very pretty, not a dull/flat black or a shiny black - it is hard to explain except that I am very happy with it. Also, from the picture I was concerned that the numbers 6, 9 and 12 were too large, but in person they look proper and in-scale with the rest of the face. The watch diameter is also in good ratio to my arm/wrist and I am average height and weight.
The band wear and tear seems similar to a stainless steel band. The mechanism is almost silent and the time keeping seems very accurate. I have not had any bumps to the watch face so I can't say how hard it is to scratch the crystal, but I assume this is a lower end crystal since it is "mineral" and not sapphire.
I would recommend this watch to any man. It is sexy and is a good price for a Citizen Eco-drive.
50 of 51 people found the following review helpful
Nice watch. Bad bracelet. Nov. 8 2009
By Damon D - Published on Amazon.com
All of the good things people say about the look and feel of this watch are true, but one of the main pins fell out of the titanium bracelet of mine after less than one year of use. It wasn't even one of the adjustable pins. I was luckily wearing a sweater, so the watch got stuck in my clothes, rather than falling to the ground. Unfortunately the 5 year warranty does not extend to the bracelet, so I'm going to have to pay to have the watch band repaired/replaced myself. I don't have a quote for the repair yet, but it looks like it may be substantial, as the jeweler I bought it from (who can't repair it) said that the threads were going to need to be redrilled. I'll update this review later with more information when I get it. (UPDATE: SEE BELOW)

What bugs me most is that this watch has actually had a pretty gentle life. It hasn't been banged around or submerged in water, so I really can't excuse the bracelet's early demise. Furthermore when the selling point of the watch is that the band is titanium, you would think that the band would be included in the warranty. It's not, and now I know why.

Bottom Line: If it holds together, you'll love this watch, but based on the statistics here (as of this posting), there's about a 10% chance you'll have a problem with the band, so take that into account.

UPDATE: Fixing the watch bracelet only cost $4. Three different jewelers took a crack at it before I got it fixed, though, and they were puzzled how it ever came apart. My conclusion is that the parts were fine, but the assembly work was bad.
42 of 43 people found the following review helpful
Great Watch! Aug. 30 2006
By Captain1k - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I am a watch fan and wanted an everyday good, durable watch. I wanted something that was light weight, self-winding, and had glowing hand and hour markers. I wanted a self-winding watch because I didn't want to worry about batteries. Well, This watch had it all. Granted, it's not self-winding; however, it does have Eco-drive technology. Eco-drive is powered by solar energy, eliminating the need for batteries. Most decent self-winding watches are over $500, so for a watch that doesn't need batteries, has titanium, and is just over 200 bucks...you can't beat it. I love it.
21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
A good watch that suffers from an exposed crystal design. July 29 2011
By A. User - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I would like to give this watch a 5-star rating because it is really a very good watch for the money, but unfortunately it suffers from a major design flaw.

The Achilles Heel on this watch is the placement of the crystal. I purchased this watch in June and only got to enjoy it for a month before the crystal chipped. With the problem stemming from the design and the crystal replacements (which is not covered by the warranty) costing 1/3 the cost of the watch, I'm not sure if I even want to bother having it repaired. The problem comes from the fact that the edge of the crystal is exposed and sticks up just a fraction of an inch above the surrounding case. In addition to being exposed, the crystal is not beveled at the edge and so it is able to "catch" on anything that might brush against it. If that something happens to be hard, it will chip/fracture the crystal with even the mildest of pressure.

If you only plan to wear this on special occasions or if your job does not involve putting your hands near any objects, then this timepiece is a very nice choice. It is thin and light, has simple subdued styling, has very accurate time-keeping, and has an easy-to-read dial. Aside from the issue with the crystal--which is a pretty big issue for me, unfortunately--I really do like everything else about this watch.
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Classic, not overly-fussy watch. Value is in the price/performance ratio Nov. 29 2007
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this watch at Sears during a black-Friday sale, and got a good price on it, and I am very happy with the watch. The picture doesn't the watch justice. The watch has a very restrained, uncluttered, two-tone look with a nice contrast between the gray, brushed titanium and the polished titanium, and the integrated watch band gives the watch a rich appearance.

Previous reviewers have said that you can see the solar cell behind the face. I cannot. I agree with whoever it is that said that the calendar window is too small. I can read it, but I would be willing to bet that many can't. As for the fragility of the formed (hollow) links, I can not tell if they are formed or not, but they appear to hold up up well, without scratches or dents. If they make the watch even lighter than it is or otherwise would be, then I'm not complaining.

I have relatively small wrists, the jeweler had to take out three links, but I don't find the watch-face too large or 'clunky looking.' Over-all, I love the watch and I think it looks elegant and rich.

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