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Citizen Try of the Week

Each month Premiership Rugby courtesy of Citizen, our Official Timekeeper, is giving everyone that votes the chance to win the latest Citizen Skyhawk A.T watch (RRP £499) To view this season’s winners, click here.

Skyhawk A.T:

  • Take to the Skies with the newest generation of Citizen’s flagship Skyhawk A.T range. The remarkably dynamic and visually appealing design houses the latest in Citizen’s technical innovation, including an Eco-Drive movement that’s powered by any natural or artificial light source and Radio-Controlled Atomic Clock Synchronisation. These features combined meant that not only is this watch kept accurate to a fraction of a second, but you’ll never need a battery change again.

Specs:

  • Radio-Controlled Atomic Clock Synchronisation for Superior Accuracy
  • World Time in 43 Cities
  • 1/100 Second Chronograph
  • Perpetual Calendar
  • 2 Alarms
  • 99 Minute Countdown timer
  • Dual Time
  • Dual Display Light
  • UTC Display (GMT)
  • Power Reserve Indicator
  • Pilot’s Rotating Slide Rule Bezel
  • Anti-Reflective crystal
  • Water Resistant to 200m
EcoDrive  CitizenPrem1

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Other pages for Citizen Try of the Week

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