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Elwood
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Citizen fans?

Post by Elwood on Tue Jan 24 2017, 21:54

I do own, and wouldn't part with a couple of Seikos and Orients though the Japanese brand which I always look to first when considering a purchase is Citizen. Now that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of other watches I drool over, but Citizen always attract my interest first. Generally I never see regular posts on other forums about Citizens other than the odd thread about a Cosmtron or a sales post for an Eco drive. I couldn't help but enjoy a couple of recent Citizen threads so feel free to post some pictures of your own.

These are the ones I own; from left to right they are a 1st generation Navihawk Promaster Pilots Watch, a Skyhawk World Time Eco Drive, a Promaster Wingman and a Citizen 7

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Re: Citizen fans?

Post by domecurb on Tue Jan 24 2017, 22:23

@Elwood wrote:I do own, and wouldn't part with a couple of Seikos and Orients though the Japanese brand which I always look to first when considering a purchase is Citizen. Now that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of other watches I drool over, but Citizen always attract my interest first. Generally I never see regular posts on other forums about Citizens other than the odd thread about a Cosmtron or a sales post for an Eco drive. I couldn't help but enjoy a couple of recent Citizen threads so feel free to post some pictures of your own.

These are the ones I own; from left to right they are a 1st generation Navihawk Promaster Pilots Watch, a Skyhawk World Time Eco Drive, a Promaster Wingman and a Citizen 7


a nice group of Citizens there
heres a couplé of mine........i do have others............just dont know where at the mo Embarassed


if i am honest i prefer the vintage quartz Citizens, but i do see the attraction of the modern ones
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Re: Citizen fans?

Post by SeikoJohn on Tue Jan 24 2017, 22:50

I used to own a Citizen 7 but gave it away I just didnt bond with it and currently I own two Citizen this is one I got this week and is in the process of a slight refurb



the second is an Eco drive which I really like and gets a lot of wrist wear



I would definately consider buying more Citizen and probably will buy more in the future


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Re: Citizen fans?

Post by daff62 on Wed Jan 25 2017, 10:15

A nice collection of Citizens Elwood.  

Here's a couple of mine which are just vintage mechanical watches.

Always liked this one, very comfortable & smart imo on the wrist.

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and this is Citizen Valiant that also gets its fair share of wrist time.  Very Happy

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Re: Citizen fans?

Post by Mr Levity on Wed Jan 25 2017, 10:42

I've never owned a Citizen 7, but apparently I have 7 Citizens. Smile

3 Eco drives, 3 Cosmotrons and a vintage hand winder (Homer)

Having reached the stage in my collecting where I'm only buying specific pieces and like everything I've got, they are all keepers.
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Re: Citizen fans?

Post by daff62 on Wed Jan 25 2017, 14:54

Found another one ......

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This is an Eco-Drive with perpetual calendar model E812.... It can do a lot more than my mechanical models but will also take me a lot longer to work out how. Laughing

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