Citizen Canada Watch

# JW0137-51E

Citizen Canada JW0137-51E

Citizen Canada Watch

# JW0137-51E

  • Case Material Stainless Steel
  • Case Width [mm] 46
  • Band Type Bracelet
  • Band Colour Two-Tone
  • Dial Colour Black
  • Glass Type Anti-Reflective Sapphire Crystal
  • Water Resistance WR200/20Bar/666ft (Swimming, Marine Sports)
  • Base Movement Functions World Time in 43 Cities (31 Time Zones), 1/1000-Second Chronograph Measures up to 24 Hours, Perpetual Calendar, Split Lap Time, Average Speed Calculation, 20 Lap Memory, Alarm, 99-Minute Countdown Timer, Digital Backlight Display
  • Clasp Type Safety Fold Over Clasp with Push Button

  • $995

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    Driver beware, one look at the redesigned CITIZEN® Promaster SST (Split Second Timer) and you're staring into the dashboard of your timekeeping thrill ride. This timepiece features world time in 43 cities, a 1/1000-second chronograph that measures up to 24 hours, a perpetual calendar, split lap time, average speed calculation, 20 lap memory, a 99-minute countdown timer, an ani/digi display, a screw-back case, and a sapphire crystal. Shown in a grey ion plated stainless teel case and bracelet with a red accented black dial. Featuring our Eco-Drive technology – powered by light, any light. Never needs a battery.

    Stock Number JW0137-51E
    Department Timepieces
    Type Watch
    Sub Type Men's Watches
    Collection Promaster Sst
    Materials Diamond, 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 analogue 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, jewellery and spectacles – and its Research and Development facilities are second-to-none, resulting in the development of technology that leads quickly to new products.