Reviews and Problems with Citizen Men's Eco-Drive Promaster Carbon Stainless Steel Watch #BJ2105-51E
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10 September 2011
Summary: Received this watch a few weeks ago and I love it! Very durable and wears easy for such a big time piece. I have owned several Citzen Eco-Drives over the years, and they are premium quality at a bargain price. I also have a Breitling Navitimer and this watch compliments it well as a pratical every day wear, plus at the price you won't get upset when you scuff it. Great buy and a very high quality time piece!
Summary: I like tool and boutique divers like Helson, Deep Blue, Benarus, Boschett, etc. Citizen has really stepped it up lately with models like this one and the 3 hand (that I also have). These are solid tanks on the wrist and not at all what you'd expect from Citizen of years past. The case is a big 45 or 46 mm with a heavy and well constructed bracelet. The diver's clasp and lume on these is magnificent and a great shiny long lasting through the night intense blue.
Well-built, Durable, Tough Looking Dive Watch with a Minor Quirk
M. Voltaire "Vive la France!", amazon.com
31 July 2011
Summary: Having owned several Citizen Aqualand watches including the Titanium BJ2060-58E and JP1040-09E, among a few others, I expected this Promaster Carbon BJ2105-51E to be finely sculpted as well. While it does embody the typical shape/lines of the Citizen Aqualand series it has more of an angular "cut" than a "curve" on its stainless steel body/band. Why does this matter? Afterall shouldn't a men's watch have more angular "cuts" than "curves"?
Summary: I bought this for my husband at Christmas this past year. He is a certified diver and loves diving all over the Great Lakes (and more). Back in 2002, I bought him the Citizen Aqualand http://www.amazon.com/Citizen-BJ2004-08E-Eco-Drive-Aqualand-Two-Tone/dp/B000EQR6VG/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&s=sporting-goods&qid=1301134977&sr=8-12.
Summary: I've owned this watch for a while now and thought I would post a review. First of all I'm a "watch guy." I've owned Panerai, Rolex, Omega and others with a masculine appearance and I can honestly say this watch stacks up against all those brands. It looks like it should cost much more than it does.
Summary: I bought this to replace a Seiko Orange Monster that I had bought just prior to Christmas 2009. While the Seiko was excellent, because at weekends & evenings I like to wear my Oris, the Seiko would run down and was too heavy to keep wound up in my watch winder. This watch, once charged will last for months even if I choose not to wear it.This watch is charged by light, whether the sun or artificial.