Citizen Women’s Eco-Drive Professional Diver Black Rubber Strap Watch #EP6000-07H

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The ladies’ Eco-Drive Professional Diver contains a screw-down crown on a solid one-piece case, for a fantastic water resistance of 300 meters. Enjoy the use of a one-way rotating elapsed-time bezel, luminous hands and markers, and date display, all on a comfortable black polyurethane strap.
Citizen Women’s Eco-Drive Professional Diver Black Rubber Strap Watch #EP6000-07H

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5 Comments For This Post

  1. Jane Palmer Says:

    I bought this watch after discovering that I love scuba diving! I have always liked Citizen watches for their quality and reliability. This watch is no exception. It is very stylish, durable, keeps perfect time and is totally green! Just wear it, and under normal use, it will stay charged forever, no batteries to buy every few years, no watch battery dying at just the wrong time. Actually, my husband and I each got one of these watches after his watch died on vacation, in a rather remote location where there were no replacement batteries. Do yourself a favor, if you need a reliable watch that looks great, and keeps even Al Gore happy, buy this watch. Oh, and this is a great price!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. J. Edvenson Says:

    This is a fine quality women’s sports watch. The look is Rolex Submariner in style. The brushed steel casing is very nice quality, and the crystal is superior. This eco-drive watch never stops, so they say, and is solar powered. My problem: few women’s sports watches are both small, good looking, and super-water tight. The closest I have found had a plastic top, which scratched easily. I’m rather hard on it, and it looks gorgeous, continually. No stopwatch function, but superior for saltwater swimming and saunas. Bezel hour-measure is first I’ve had, and is really handy for both duration and time-setting within the hour. The clock itself has such a lovely deep rich look, and I may get a different band if the rubberized one disappoints, over time…but I’m told I won’t any longer need a new women’s sports watch every second year.

    . . . and now it is Summer, 2009, and this watch just keeps looking gorgeous. I’m sure I’m knocking it constantly, and the edges and crystal show absolutely no signs of wear. I changed bands to a brushed steel bracelet style with cross-latch under, and it suits the watch much better than the rubbery band that followed with the purchase. A real hardy winner of a watch!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Carolyn R. Simmons Says:

    This is the second identical watch I have purchased. The original band broke-band is not a common size and it was more economical to purchase a new watch than send it back to Citizen for a new band (try to figure that out!). The old watch is 3 years old—and still keeping purfect time, although there are a few scratches (my fault) on the face. Eco-Drive is wonderful-never have to touch it to keep correct time, except daylight saving time changes. We stay on a sailboat-and I wear the watch all the time. My five ***** rating is for the watch—not the band.Love this watch.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. HeidiO Says:

    I have been looking for a diving watch that will fit my 5′2″ frame so I can wear it everyday instead of just for diving. I even considered buying a small men’s watch and just dealing with the largeness. Then I was on vacation when my $20 watch died and found this watch in a mall near where I stayed. I bought it right away because it fit perfectly and looked great! When I went back to the hotel room, I logged on to check the price online. I had to return my watch to the store and buy it from Amazon instead because even with overnight shipping I saved over $50 and the store couldn’t match the price!!! I like the watchband because I am a diver but could see how others wouldn’t because it is sort of rubberized like normal scuba diving equipment. I haven’t tried it diving yet but have showered in it and it’s done fine — no clouding or anything. I LOVE the no-battery aspect of this watch. The watch’s use of solar power is just so great. I expect the glowing numbers to work well underwater as well but the glowing isn’t annoying during normal use. I’ve had it about 6 weeks now and it’s never lost time or run out of energy yet. I expect it to last for decades to come!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. T. Fisher Says:

    Yes, I am an idiot, but I am the type of idiot who can admit a mistake.

    This was the first dive watch I ever bought (a gift for the girlfriend, an avid diver) and I had never heard of a screw-down crown before. It’s a watch, right? You pull the stupid thing out to set the time, you push the stupid thing back in when you’re done. Turns out the stupid thing was the one doing the pushing and pulling.

    The crown didn’t come out when I pulled, so I used a tool. It didn’t go back in when I pushed, so I used a tool. Naturally it never felt right after that. After a while the entire shaft connected to the crown pulled out. The watch still ran, but after a couple more dives water got in and the thing stopped working. So I posted a 2-star review here and sent the watch back to Citizen with an angry letter.

    Eventually the girlfriend became the wife, and I became a diver too (a stipulation of the marriage). This year for Christmas she bought me a gorgeous dive watch. The crown didn’t come out when I pulled, but this time I read the instructions. “Screw-down crown”? Oh *eff* me…

    Did I mention that I am an idiot?

    Despite the flagrant user error and being outside of the one-year warranty, Citizen repaired the watch, good as new, at no charge. I now know that Citizen is a company that you can trust for both quality and customer service.

    The watch itself is perfect. Perfect size and perfect look. It’s a style in and of itself. I bought my wife another Citizen, a gorgeous dress bracelet with a mother-of-pearl face. Few are the days when one or the other isn’t on her wrist. Now I’m starting to lust after a Citizen chronograph for myself…
    Rating: 2 / 5

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