Citizen Brand - Historical Reference

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Re: Citizen Brand - Historical Reference

Post by bedlam » February 23rd 2017, 12:18am

Great stuff. So many cool watches in that post...its hard to know what to say.

Had a couple of 8200 movement divers and think they are under-appreciated. Basic beaters that are completely unkillable. I gifted one to a friend and still have the other.
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Re: Citizen Brand - Historical Reference

Post by bobbee » February 23rd 2017, 2:58am

Epic and absolutely gob-smacking! A real eye opener for me too. Thanks for posting this RacerX.

Here are some hundreds of tech sheets, operating instructions, movement diagrams and guides. Hope you don't mind my posting them RX.

http://www.phfactor.net/wtf/Citizen%20Tech/

http://www.phfactor.net/wtf/Citizen%20Tech%20Sheets/
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Re: Citizen Brand - Historical Reference

Post by Racer-X » February 23rd 2017, 2:23pm

bobbee wrote:Epic and absolutely gob-smacking! A real eye opener for me too. Thanks for posting this RacerX.

Here are some hundreds of tech sheets, operating instructions, movement diagrams and guides. Hope you don't mind my posting them RX.

http://www.phfactor.net/wtf/Citizen%20Tech/

http://www.phfactor.net/wtf/Citizen%20Tech%20Sheets/



Wow, these are great bobbee!
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Post by koimaster » February 23rd 2017, 4:05pm

The parent directory of that site.

http://www.phfactor.net/wtf/

I do not have the tech savy to bring the links in without fucking all of these in so I downloaded some to put up at Issuu later tonight.
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Re: Citizen Brand - Historical Reference

Post by TemerityB » March 10th 2017, 1:45pm

Picked up a pair of Citizen watches in the past couple of years and they've become part of the regular rotation. Enjoying the diver particularly; rock solid and no signs of wear on it at all. The more I learn, the most I like them; it's proof that a "popular" brand can still deliver the goods in a variety of ways.

Racer's thread of late have been stellar.
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