Proof that a dive watch can be fun and functional with Citizen ISO compliant Promaster Marine. With Eco-Drive technology, it is powered by light and never needs a battery. Featuring a one way rotating elapsed time bezel, screw down crown and stainless steel bracelet. It is stylishly understated with its dazzling emerald green dial and bezel. It will let you reach your limits and provide your life with the adventure you are searching for.
In Stock! Ships from Melbourne within 24 hours! FREE registered Australia-wide postage! Lifestyle Shop is an Authorisedretailer of CITIZEN watches in Australia.
Specs & Features
COLLECTION: Promaster Marine TECHNOLOGY: Eco-Drive CASE MATERIAL: Stainless Steel DIAL: Green CASE SIZE: 44mm BAND: Stainless Steel Bracelet GLASS: Mineral Crystal WATER RESISTANCE: 200M/20Bar [Scuba Diving] FUNCTIONS: Calibre E168, 3-hand, Date, One Way Bezel, Power Reserved Indication
Lifestyle Shop is an Authorised Distributor of CITIZEN watches in Australia.
Being Authorised Stockist of Citizen Watches in Australia, all Citizen watches purchased from Lifestyle Shop are covered by a 5 YEAR CITIZEN WARRANTY.
Citizen Brand Story
Since its foundation in 1918, CITIZEN became known for their innovation and comprehensive manufacturing process that extends from creating a watch’s individual components to its final assembly.
1930 : "Citizen Watch Co., Ltd." established taking the idea to the company name.
1931 : Citizen's first men's wristwatch. The market was in transition to a wristwatch.
1936 : Tanashi Factory, it was established in 1936 for greater mass-production line to correspond with the market's high demand.
1956 : The first domestic watch with "Parashock" technology. The experimental event for the testing of this watch, involved dropping it from a helicopter in Osaka, 30 meters above ground and was not damaged upon impact.
1958 : The first domestic watch with alarm, a built-in hammer beats the case back for about 10 seconds at the set time.
1959 : The first domestic waterproof watch "Parawater".
1960 : The first domestic watch for the visually impaired.
1962 : The world's thinnest men watch at that time, the movement as thin as 2.75mm.
1963 : The world's smallest ladies watch (at that time).
1966 : The first domestic electronic watch, "X-8".
1967 : World's first transistorized electronic quartz clock, "Crystron".