Citizen Eco-Drive Men’s JY8030-83E Navihawk A-T Analog Display Silver Watch

June 7, 2019 - Comment

Citizen Men’s Stainless Steel Navihawk Watch Product Features Movement:Eco-Drive U680, Atomic Timekeeping. Case Size: 48mm. Silver-Tone Stainless Steel Bracelet, Deployment Clasp with Push Button Case Material:Silver-Tone Stainless Steel, Rotating Inner Ring, Pilot’s Rotating Slide Rule Dial Ring Crystal:Anti-Reflective Mineral Crystal Water Resistance:WR200/20Bar/666ft, Swimming, Showering & Snorkeling

Citizen Men’s Stainless Steel Navihawk Watch

Product Features

  • Movement:Eco-Drive U680, Atomic Timekeeping. Case Size: 48mm.
  • Silver-Tone Stainless Steel Bracelet, Deployment Clasp with Push Button
  • Case Material:Silver-Tone Stainless Steel, Rotating Inner Ring, Pilot’s Rotating Slide Rule Dial Ring
  • Crystal:Anti-Reflective Mineral Crystal
  • Water Resistance:WR200/20Bar/666ft, Swimming, Showering & Snorkeling

Comments

Anonymous says:

An over-engineered aviation watch with an original design This is an excellent buy, especially on Amazon, Macy’s was selling it for $725.00! (though it’s now on sale for $580.00 on their site.) The watch can be quite confusing with its abundance of features and busy dial. Luckily, I like that for an aviation watch, but people with average and below average vision may hate it. The print is quite small. If you read the manual and search online, eventually you will learn how to set the alarms, choose different time zones, receive a signal and more. Setting NYC seems impossible though, it never comes up when setting the zone, but comes up when using other features. The watch is very durable, I managed to drop it on granite from about 5+ feet and it continued working without any issue. One side of the lug did get banged up, but it’s not very noticeable. The finish on the watch is excellent with brushed lugs and sides. The coin bezel surrounds a polished surface. Citizen seems to finish better on models at this price range compared to Seiko. The…

Anonymous says:

Great watch, dim digital display I would give this 5 stars because I’m a Citizen fan and the watch is beautiful however, I find the secondary digital displays nearly unusable as they are very low contrast and small. In pictures they all seem to be in the best light possible with the digital display clear and easy to read. In real life you have to hold the watch just right in bright light to see the details. Granted the additional features are not used often and I purchased primarily for the looks and Citizen low maintenance but would like to have all functions easily accessible and readable.

Anonymous says:

Some flaws It is a pretty cool looking watch , on the bigger size …Wrist band seems not very comfortable …My problem with it mineral glass makes it very shiny and inside is extremely busy that it takes a close up effort to see time and secondary time zone …They are seriously hard to see … love citizen but this has to be fixed pls

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