Citizen Eco-Drive Quartz Sport Casual Mens Watch Stainless Steel

# CA0430-54M

Citizen Eco-Drive Quartz Sport Casual Mens Watch Stainless Steel

# CA0430-54M

Mens Eco Drive 60-minute 1/5 second chronograph with date of month feature (not perpetual), silver tone stainless steel case, mineral glass crystal with light blue tone inner ring, stainless steel crown and push buttons with light blue tone accents, stainless steel screw down caseback (room for engraving), silver tone stainless steel bracelet with push buttons fold over clasp, dark blue tone dial, silver tone hour and minute hands with luminous, black and white tone second hand (no luminous), gray tone sub dials, white tone true second hand (6:00 sub dial, no luminous), white tone 60-minute recorder hands (12:00, no luminous), white tone 24-hour hand (9:00, no luminous), silver tone applied stick and bar indices (luminous)


Product Details


With modern styling and bold color accents, a Drive from Citizen watch is the perfect timepiece for the modern man. Using Eco-Drive technology, it is powered by light — any light — and will never require a new battery, and also features a chronograph, 12/24 hour time and the date. The stainless-steel bracelet is paired with a 41mm stainless steel case and blue dial, for a sporty look that will be at home on any arm.

Name Eco-Drive Quartz Sport Casual Mens Watch Stainless Steel
Stock Number CA0430-54M
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Men's Watches
Collection Eco Drive
Material Stainless Steel

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The Citizen Watch Company of Japan was founded in 1930 and since then, its record of achievement is distinguished by many firsts, such as the world's first analog watch, accurate to within 3 seconds per year, and the world's thinnest movement. In 1986 Citizen assumed the No 1 position in world watch production and has remained there ever since. Today Citizen is successful in many areas of ‘non-watch’ business – information equipment, electronic equipment, industrial machinery and equipment, jewelry and spectacles – and its Research and Development facilities are second-to-none, resulting in the development of technology that leads quickly to new products.