This men’s Eco-Drive light-powered combination watch is part of our Promaster Air Collection; a flight watch designed for both novice and professional pilots, combining functionality with intelligent technology and extraordinary engineering. The dial features a dark face with white details and red highlights. Large luminous markers and hands enable quick referencing. Flying distance and other navigation calculations, as well as general calculations, can be performed using the slide rule located around the outside of the dial. The chronograph can measure up to 24 hours in 1/100 second increments. The split time feature enables the recording of time elapsed from a starting point to an intermediate point (split time) and the time elapsed in a particular section (lap time). Displays include UTC and 30 cities’ time. The robust stainless steel casing and bracelet are durable stainless steel and neatly complement the contemporary and sporty appearance. Further features include water resistance suitable for water sports or wearing in the surf, safety clasp, perpetual calendar, alarm, countdown timer from 99 minutes, 8-month power reserve and a low-charge indicator, ensuring you never run out of time.
CategoriesCITIZEN, CITIZEN ECO DRIVE , GIFT IDEAS, WATCHES
BrandCitizen Eco Drive
CollectionPromaster Air Collection
Glass MaterialMineral Glass
Case MaterialStainless Steel
Water Resistance200 metres / 20 ATM
Special FeaturesEco-Drive: 8-month power reserve (in power save mode). Perpetual calendar. 1/100sec chronograph up to 24 hrs. Split time. 30 cities world time. UTC display. Alarm. Daylight saving function. Countdown timer to 99mins. Push button buckle with safety clasp. 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, 4 April and Tuesday, 18 April, 2017
- Express postageBetween Monday, 3 April and Wednesday, 12 April, 2017