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9.4* out of 10

Citizen Men's BM6660-50L Eco-Drive Day-Date Stainless Steel Watch

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Reviews and Problems with Citizen Men's BM6660-50L Eco-Drive Day-Date Stainless Steel Watch

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Overall 2


TheOtherChris, amazon.com
22 June 2010
  • Summary: This is my second Citizen Eco-Drive. I bought it as a backup for a Citizen I sent in for repair under warranty. Citizen will not repair my watch under warranty as they said a chipped crystal caused the malfunction of the movement. Repair will cost $98. Mind you the watch was still water proof and I don't replace crystals every time they get scratched or chipped. Even after explaining this on the phone, they would not budge.
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Overall 10

Birthday Watch

M. Goza, amazon.com
2 April 2010
  • Summary: Accurate watch that looks great on the wrist and wears well. Not as large as the Orient it replaced, which has turned out to be a benefit- less scuffing. Followed the direction for proper charging the first three days, and have not needed to worry about anything except wearing it. I would recommend this watch for the person who needs a multi-use watch, or one that can go from work to coaching to workout to dinner.
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Overall 10

Wrist Watch Review

James W. Pixley "Inquiring Mind", amazon.com
6 November 2009
  • Summary: I received this very nice Citizen watch as a gift, and it's a beauty! It's heavy, and features the new Citizen Eco Drive. Light enters the watch through the crystal and dial, and hits a solar cell. The solar cell converts the light to energy, which runs the watch. No batteries of any kind are needed. The dial is a midnight blue, with radium hands. The watch will look good with just about anything, and is attractive. Masculine, yet not gaudy or gadget-laden.
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