Reviews and Problems with Citizen Gents Professional Divers Watch JV0020-12F
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4 August 2011
Summary: It is quite hard to read the congested dial underwater, especially when one is working (Case closed!). When it is hot outside, the watch enters dive mode due to the sweat on your arm. Very nice shape makes it interesting to look at, but don't bother spending this much, whereas you can buy an elegant/slim dive computer which has many more functionalities.
great diving watch as a backup for a dive computer
the blue whale, amazon.com
16 June 2011
Summary: Before heading to Belize for a dive trip, I decided that it would be nice to have a dive watch to give me some basic information during my dives. My brother already had an Atomic Aquatics dive computer that cost a small fortune, so I didn't feel the need to invest in another dive computer. I put this Citizen JV0020 Eco-Drive to the test, diving along the Belize Barrier Reef. The watch worked very well. It logs your dives, up to 20 dives before deleting the oldest log.
Summary: I have had one of these watches for 3-4 years. I love it's easy changes when time zones change when traveling, etc. The Dive computer functions work great, and it is very rugged. I have used it diving in Little Cayman, and in Mexico. I was surprised and pleased how well it announced it's presence when I failed to follow the pre-dive profile entered.
Summary: I bought this watch ahead of a trip down to Mexico where I was going to get my Open Water PADI certification. It has a great combination of functionality and style. It is a little on the heavy side but it looks sharp and has plenty of functionality on dry land. Once you get the hang of the button functions it is very intuitive.