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Citizen celebrates this year the first-ever titanium wristwatch's 50th anniversary, quite an achievement in watchmaking. In 1972, the Japanese brand also launched its first Bullhead Flyback Chronograph, an odd wristwatch, back then, powered by the sophisticated caliber 8110A, featuring flyback function and push-buttons placed at twelve, hence the nickname "Tsuno," which means "Horn" in Japanese.
The 2020 commemorative edition embodies fifty years of technical prowess and product innovation and showcases two of Citizen's state of the art technologies: Eco-Drive™ and Supertitanium™. It is not Citizen's very first attempt in combining Supertitanium™ and Eco-Drive™ in a Bullhead, though. If you're a watch geek, you won't forget that Citizen introduced a 1000-piece Limited Edition Bullhead, exclusively available in Singapore, combining both technologies, although not as advanced as this edition, given the continuous evolution and improvement processes ongoing at Citizen.
https://www.horbiter.com/en/citizen-bul ... av0080-88/
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