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Citizen Try of the Week

Citizen Try of the Week

As Premiership Rugby’s Official Timekeeper, Citizen are serious about attention to detail and awesome performances. That’s why after each round of Aviva Premiership Rugby, they’re offering you the chance to vote in their Try of the Week competition where they’ll be highlighting the best tries of each round. To enter simply watch the video and vote for your favourite. Each month, Citizen will pick one lucky winner who, subject to availability, will win a watch up to the value of £500 from their range.

To view this season’s winners, click here.

This week’s Citizen Try of the Week competition is now closed – check back later to see the winning try

Whatever your taste, a Citizen watch is the perfect everyday timepiece. Citizen watches feature their award-winning Eco-Drive technology which is powered by any natural or artificial light-source which means that you will never need to change a battery again. Whether you’re looking for the latest in technology, a stunning diamond party piece or simply a great looking and reliable watch that you can enjoy every day, there’s bound to be something for you in the Citizen range.

To view Citizen’s latest collection simply visit: www.citizenwatch.co.uk.

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Other pages for Citizen Try of the Week

Click here to see all of the Try of the Week previous entries

Click here to view the 2016-2017 Try of the Week Winners

Click here to view the 2015-2016 Try of the Week Winners

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