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Citizen Promaster watches were conceived, designed, and developed very much with the professional user in mind, and while they have certainly broadened their appeal to include non-professionals as well, they remain timepieces that offer a full suite of functionality in their respective domains, to the most demanding professional users. In fact, that’s very likely the reason for their enduring broader appeal; if it were not for the fact that they embody the highest level of practicality in specific applications, they would very likely be less appealing to non-professional users, and certainly to pros as well.
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Saw this in a Khols I think it was- the LCD's were super hard to read.
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Had more than a good look at some models from this line. Not enough tyme knobs to operate it easily, and the instructions manual gives Encyclopedia Britannica a run for its money in terms of thickness.
Most of these hockey pucks are titanium, which is the only thing that makes them more or less wearable, but this also means that the bracelet's a pin and sleeve architecture, and that's a nightmare to adjust. Plus, Citizen's titanium bracelet clasps have a shitty finishing to them - which really is the only downside of any titanium Citizen as such.
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