Citizen’s Promaster Collections are the world’s leading speciality watches, providing superior functionality in a variety of fields. The Eco-Drive aqualand, from our Promaster Sea Collection, is designed and engineered for marine experts; tailored, reliable equipment for total confidence. This cutting-edge watch meets ISO 6425 dive regulations and also features depth and pressure measurement, maximum depth memory, rapid ascent alarm and an automatic water sensor. The textured black bezel, with strong, contrasting markings, is a one way bezel for fail-safe accuracy, while blending visually with the watch face for a cohesive look. The large fluorescent hands, bold details against a black dial and non-reflective glass coating facilitate easy readability in dark conditions. The stainless steel casing protects against the corrosiveness of seawater, while the rubber strap allows a secure fit. This benchmark watch uses Eco-Drive technology to harness light and has a 11-month power reserve and a low charge indicator. Water resistance suitable for water sports or wearing in the surf and a screw-lock crown ensure your watch performs under pressure.
CategoriesCATALOGUE SALE, CITIZEN, CITIZEN ECO DRIVE , GIFT IDEAS, SALE, WATCHES
BrandCitizen Eco Drive
CollectionPromaster Sea Collection
Featured onCatalogue Sale
Glass MaterialMineral Crystal
Case MaterialStainless Steel
Case ColourSilver and Black
Water ResistanceDiver's 200m or 300m
Special FeaturesEco-Drive AQUALAND: 11-month power reserve. WR 200 ISO 6425 approved for diving. Depth Measurement. Maximum depth memory display. Rapid ascent warning alarm. Automatic water sensor. Fluorescent hands for visibility. Date. Screw lock crown. Low charge indicator.
Delivery Times Within Australia (estimated)
Requires an extra 4-10 business days to process before shipping. Estimated delivery dates in accordance with the shipping method selected during checkout.
- Standard postageBetween Tuesday, 29 August and Tuesday, 12 September, 2017
- Express postageBetween Monday, 28 August and Wednesday, 6 September, 2017