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
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Citizen|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case diameter||43 millimeters|
|Band width||23 millimeters|
|Special features||solar-powered, luminous, measures-seconds|
|Water resistant depth||330 Feet|
This Eco-Drive watch by Citizen is a new addition that is sure to impress many This magnificent timepiece features a silver titanium band that screams for attention and a 40MM titanium case that backs it up The black dial brings the entire look together And with 100 meters 330 feet 10 atm water resistance and a mineral crystal you will be getting a fashionable watch that you can be sure will last
Classic styling at its' best. From the smooth, titanium case and bracelet to the date indicator, this Eco-Drive timepiece is the perfect everyday watch. Additional features include a date indicator, three-hand function, water resistant to 100 meters and fold over clasp with push button.See all Product Description
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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.
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.
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.
This was my first watch as an adult (I used to wear those kiddy watches when I was little) and it is a beauty. And for the price, its a steal!
I'll add more pictures later!