Citizen Women’s EW0700-98A Eco-Drive Silhouette Sport Watch

Posted on 04 October 2010 by Product Description
This ladies’ Eco-Drive timepiece is powered by light, so it never needs a battery. The classic timepiece has a round, stainless steel case and expansion band, and features a white dial with date indicator. Additional features include stainless steel numerals and is water resistant. The Eco-Drive timepiece is designed for comfortable wear.
Citizen Women’s EW0700-98A Eco-Drive Silhouette Sport Watch

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5 Comments For This Post

  1. Mary Szymczyk Says:

    I wanted a watch with an expansion band and Eco-drive so there wasn’t much of selection. The numbers on the face are a little large and the date a bit small but the watch is great. I love not having a battery.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Nada Vergili, Italy Guide & Language Teacher Says:

    It’s not the fanciest watch I’ve had, but it is the one I’ve been most loyal to! It’s so easy to slide it on just as I leave the house, it’s not bulky at all so you can easily type while you’re wearing it. However, there are a couple of observations I must make: one is that being an expandable band, you cannot adjust how it fits. I have fairly large wrists and it’s still pretty loose. Another thing is that I have very long hair, so sometimes it will get caught in the band (which is not fun). But I love the fact that I don’t need to worry about changing the battery!
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. Mailbag Says:

    This is a great hardworking, basic, everyday watch that I wear to work daily. It’s been through heat, water and outdoor work and is easily read, keeps perfect time & won’t have to have a battery replaced!! What more could you ask for.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Longtail Says:

    Very nice watch. Not too fancy, just what I wanted, nice big numbers make it easy to read, and it keeps time excellently. Just what I wanted!

    I only have two problems. One is the expandable band is WAY too big. Citizen must have some Amazons to model for them. My wrists aren’t that small, and it’s super loose. I have to push the band up my arm to get it to stay and the band bites into my skin. I’m going to have to take it to a jewler to get it adjusted.

    The other one is that I can’t seem to get the watch to adjust it’s date function to turn at the appropriate time. You pull the knob out one click to adjust date, and two clicks to adjust time. I don’t know how you get this watch to “understand” the difference between midnight and noon, and I’ve been having to adjust that every morning because it’s not turning.

    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. Don Weiser Says:

    I hate having batteries put in my watches. It wastes my time and costs money. So, I bought two Citizen Eco-Drive watches (one plain and one dressy) and really like them both. When I really like something I get them for friends. I got my brother an Eco-Drive and his wife this Eco-Drive watch. She went through Amazon’s offering and chose this style. She loves her new watch! I have to say it looks a million times better in person. I wasn’t impressed by the picture of it on the web site but when she showed it to me during their last visit, it really is a very nice looking watch! None of us have owned ours long enough to give a long-range review but we’re all very happy with our watches to date.

    Rating: 5 / 5

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