Citizen Watches JY8035-04E Navihawk A-T Eco-Drive Perpetual Chrono Strap Watch
$521.25 - $400.88
(as of Jun 27,2022 14:05:46 UTC – Details)
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- Citizen Eco-Drive™ FAQ
- Part of the Atomic Timekeeping Collection.
- Stainless steel case.
- Silicone band features a fold-over clasp closure with push-button release.
- Three-hand analog display with atomic timekeeping technology featuring radio controlled synchronization with the capability to display digital time for 43 cities.
- Black dial features orange accents, four sub-dials, a power reserve indicator, and multiple alarms.
- Chronograph functionality.
- Water resistant 200 meters/666 feet.
- Citizen Watch offers a five-year limited manufacturer’s warranty on all their products. For more information, please visit their website and see the “Service Information” section.
- Case Height: 47 mm
- Case Width: 47 mm
- Case Depth: 14 mm
- Band Width: 19 0⁄1 mm
- Band Circumference/Length: 10 1⁄2 in
- Weight: 4 oz
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
Product Dimensions : 4.33 x 3.94 x 8.27 inches; 4 Ounces
Item model number : JY8035-04E
Department : Mens
Batteries : 1 Lithium Ion batteries required.
Date First Available : June 11, 2013
Manufacturer : Citizen
ASIN : B00DBUVKP0
Country of Origin : China
Light-powered watch with orange accents featuring multi-function chronographs, luminous markers, and digital information displays
48 millimeter stainless steel case with Anti-Reflective Mineral Crystal
Japanese quartz movement with analog display. Charge level display function. Even if daylight saving time is set for each city in WT-S mode (ON or OF (off)), if AU is set in RX-S mode, priority is given to the daylight saving time setting in RX-S mode, with ON automatically switched to OF or OF automatically switched to ON
Polyurethane band with fold-over-buckle-with-hidden-double-push-button closure. Turn the crown to align the mode hand
Water resistant to 200 m (660 ft): In general, suitable for professional marine activity and serious surface water sports, but not scuba diving