Citizen Eco-Drive Promaster Diver Men-s Watches

Citizen Eco-drive Promaster Depth MeterThe Citizen Eco-Drive Promaster Diver men’s watches are a standing proof that dive watches can be both fun-wear and useful and functional when need be. They are ISO-certified, so the last thing you need to worry about them is giving away when they are needed the most. Extremely impressive aesthetically, the solid proportions bring the Eco-Drive Promaster Diver watches a definitely imposing presence.

Fueled by light, it ensures the caseback never leaves it place in its lifetime. That way, the factory seal remains intact and so does your watch; this helps not to compromise when you are dive again. Its sporty silhouette garners some serious attention, especially now when they are dressed up in even nicer suits. The fresh, upgraded skins covering an existing movement, it makes the Citizen Eco-Drive Promaster Diver watches one of the most useful timepieces, under the water or above it. Designed to fulfil a purpose first and everything else after that, its the features of the Citizen Eco-Drive Promaster Diver that are considered more important than the aesthetics.

At the same time, the Promaster Diver watches are very durable. Not just the toughness of the cases but even its hardened mineral crystals. Most in the series are water-resistant up to 984 feet / 300 meters, so go swimming, diving, snorkeling or just wear them in the shower, you’ll no more feel troubled on water spoiling your prized piece.

However, the coolest feature for the Promaster Diver stays its light-powered movement; even if you are under water, the faint light shall keep it charging; enough to sustain throughout the dive even if it was runing low on charge.

With all that said, the Promaster Diver are exceptionally stylish watches that will fit any occasion; the fancier, the better. The added durability makes sure it doesn’t get into your way of fun and frolic and keeps looking attractive and fantastic through the years.

One feature that you don’t get too often in this price range is the Citizen Eco-drive Promaster Depth Meter screw-down crown. Contrary to many, the crowns are not excessively large, so there’s less chance it will prove a hindrance under the sleeves. Also, there’s less chance underwater to knock your watch and see the crown coming off all in a sudden. No doubt large crown look awesome, but when practicality is concerned, very large crowns can spell potential design flaws.

To end, the Citizen Aqualand Promaster Diver Watch are a solidly built series of watches that are made not just for the waters but also for the fun times above it. They are extraordinarily functional, well-crafted, look terrific, very durable and come with a solid built. But the best opart is: You don’t need to be a professional diver or a dive watch enthusiast to admire and appreciate the Citizen Eco-Drive Promaster Diver.

Citizen Aqualand Diver Eco-Drive Men-s Watches

 

Citizen Aqualand Diver Eco-Drive JV0020-21F Men’s WatchA longstanding misconception needs being addressed first. Contrary to many people holding AQUALAND as a specific model from Citizen, it is actually a class of specific type of watches with specific uses in specific fields. Not that you cannot wear them in the nightclub or on the streets; just make sure you are not one of them who abhors water or hasn’t gone beyond the safe boundaries of private and/or commercial swimming pools. We are talking about the wild oceans here, where things usually start 300m deep.

The Aqualand has evolved through years and today, it exists as a most popular choice for professional divers – in fact, anyone who has got anything to do with the depths. It’s a dive/tool watch that’s used for actual diving and not some folly ornamentally similar.

Is the Aqualand an alternative for the omnipresent dive computers? Nay, but it’s the next best option to a dive computer. Even if you have one, the importance of a secondary method (Plan B) can’t be ruled out. The Aqualand provides you the information that helps you calculate your survival chances. This secondary method is critical and a potential life-saver if things go awry. It is also a highly usable and practical alternative when strapping a wrist-computer clearly spells V-A-N-I-T-Y. This one doesn’t have that many multiple dials and is less likely to run out of juice all in a sudden.

Okay, so why not a mechanical alternative? Because Aqualand is an excellent, fault-tolerant device.

At the top of the Aqualand list is definitely the Promaster Aqualand Depth Meter; it’s a ready-set-dive kind of a watch that’s functional till 70M. ISO compliant, it has a power reserve indicator and the dive mode starts automatically as you hit the water. Affordable, feature-packed and built to survive the Apocalypse, the Citizen Promaster Aqualand is a must buy if you are trying to eventually become a master diver!

One more thing that makes the Citizen Chronograph Quartz Mens Watch a winner is its fast ascent indicator. It automatically starts beeping (audible under water) when you are coming up at a velocity greater than 33 feet/10 meters per minute.

And lastly, the basic shape. The classic, round, tuna-can type build makes for a recessed dial and a 2 to 3 mm higher bezel that actually protects the mineral crystal.It also gives the watch a true, instrument-type look, with further contributions from the fixed, depth-gauge sensor that automatically activates once it hits the water.

But the Citizen Eco-Drive Radio Controlled Skyhawk is large in its dimensions and not suitable for skinny wrists if you are wearing it for fashion. Otherwise, it is a bargain for all that it provides. Compare it to another watch with similar features and you’ll find it is more imposing, yet more wearable, in its stature.