Summary: had this watch for about 2 weeks now and got alot of compliments :) I'm a smaller guy so big watches look a little obnoxious on me. the 37mm size seems like a perfect size for someone 5'9 (like me) never tried out how water proof it really is so don't quote me on the water resistancey.
Summary: The crown is ridiculously smooth and there is little to no tactile response (and inline with the unmarred motif). Thankfully I have finger prints.
Pros: I consider this a dress watch, unassuming but still sophisticated, so the lack of extra gizmos that would make this watch gaudy are not a shortcoming. The solar power face, which you would never know, is the only gadget to be found. This also makes it cheaper, lighter, thinner and overall smaller...
Cons: I hate the calendar. It seems that all Citizen Watches or maybe all watches (I'm not a watch connoisseur) won't change the day of the week but it will change the day of the month when the watch strikes midnight. Apparently the day of the week is synced in a way as to not update between 9:00pm-1:0...
Summary: I received this watch about a month ago and am pleased with it. The day/date display is easy to read. The face is understated and elegant to my eyes. It keeps absolutely perfect time when checked against an atomic clock.
Summary: I received the watch promptly, but I have returned it because I could not change the day/date. The instructions were a little obscure, but I think the watch was defective with regard to changing the day/date. The watch looked really nice, but I didn't want it if I could not change the day/date.
Summary: First of all, this thing looks pretty good. The watch face is a little bigger than I thought it would be, which is a good thing. It certainly looks like a classic watch from days of yore, before the prevalence of ugly, thick, segmented, metallic wrist straps.