Getting the Citizen BN0100 wet

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Getting the Citizen BN0100 wet

Post by bedlam » February 9th 2013, 9:06pm

Dive Club splash off Sth Mole in Fremantle. Snapped a couple of my new affordable darling before we set off. I can't believe how much I am enjoying this little Citizen eco-drive quartz Image

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Re: Getting the Citizen BN0100 wet

Post by bedlam » February 9th 2013, 9:45pm

conjurer wrote:Nice pics, Carl. You are an active fellow, aren't you?

Well, when you're not often getting it* at home you have to get rid of all that energy somewhere
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*In my wife's defense I am often in time-out and being sin-binned for my excessive watch purchasing Image
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Re: Getting the Citizen BN0100 wet

Post by bedlam » February 9th 2013, 10:59pm

Bezel: action 6/10, readability 7/10
Strap: for diving: 9/10, general use: 7/10
Crown 7/10
Case 42mm
51mm lug-to-lug
12mm high

I love the case lines on this watch and the dial really is pretty - sparse details, applied markers, hands are nicely done.

Full marks to Citizen
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