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iconian 05-07-2013 01:20 PM

Jomashop Citizen Watch Sale: Nighthawk Eco-Drive Pilot Men's Watch $185, Eco Drive Men's Sport Watch $96, Men's Black-Dial Watch $77 & More + Free Shipping
 
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yuugotserved 05-07-2013 01:20 PM

Jomashop Citizen Watch Sale: Nighthawk Eco-Drive Pilot Men's Watch $185, Eco Drive Men's Sport Watch $96, Men's Black-Dial Watch $77 & More + Free Shipping
 
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Jomashop is not an authorized dealer. They remove the warranty card from the box before they ship. You get a Jomashop warranty.

matchnbpm 05-07-2013 01:40 PM

So tempted to get the BL5400-52A...

pokymon 05-07-2013 01:41 PM

Citizen Blue Angels Skyhawk A-T Mens Watch JY0050-55L for $424. Good deal?

omegaroach 05-07-2013 02:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pokymon (Post 59314960)
Citizen Blue Angels Skyhawk A-T Mens Watch JY0050-55L for $424. Good deal?

The JY0050 is nice but the newer version AT8020-54L has a sapphire crystal and can be had grey market on ebay for $350 or less.

Quote:

Originally Posted by matchnbpm (Post 59314906)
So tempted to get the BL5400-52A...


It looks good, but be forewarned that you will proabably need the manual twice a year to reset it for DLS. Look into the A-T watches instead.

cheapchips 05-07-2013 02:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pokymon (Post 59314960)
Citizen Blue Angels Skyhawk A-T Mens Watch JY0050-55L for $424. Good deal?

nevermind... I have the SS version, not sure what the Ti ones go for..

= P

ghstudio 05-07-2013 02:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cheapchips (Post 59315772)
nevermind... I have the SS version, not sure what the Ti ones go for..

= P

Joma is a reputable company...been around for a while...but they are not official Citizen dealers so your warranty on watches they sell is from Joma....not Citizen.

ghstudio 05-07-2013 02:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pokymon (Post 59314960)
Citizen Blue Angels Skyhawk A-T Mens Watch JY0050-55L for $424. Good deal?

Yes, it's a good price for that watch...check on ebay.

siennaLe2008 05-07-2013 03:06 PM

never mind!

Dlauth 05-07-2013 03:17 PM

How hot is that price on the nighthawk?

matchnbpm 05-07-2013 03:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dlauth (Post 59316932)
How hot is that price on the nighthawk?

$5 less than last Front Page deal.

Dino2997 05-07-2013 03:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ghstudio (Post 59316342)
Joma is a reputable company...been around for a while...but they are not official Citizen dealers so your warranty on watches they sell is from Joma....not Citizen.

You still receive the full warranty though correct?

smartdeals 05-07-2013 03:27 PM

is eco any good? battery will eventually die...

Adnan01 05-07-2013 03:27 PM

what do you guys think about BL5480-53A?

matchnbpm 05-07-2013 03:31 PM

Was going to make the jump and finally get the BL5400-52A.. but using Amazon as a payment gave me: "Important Message
We're sorry, but we didn't recognize the promotional claim code you entered. Perhaps you typed it incorrectly or you are trying to use a code that's not valid for the items you're buying?"

outersquare 05-07-2013 03:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by matchnbpm (Post 59314906)
So tempted to get the BL5400-52A...

I have this watch, it's mostly good except for some minor drawbacks;

The perpetual calendar is great most of the time, as you never have to adjust the date, but the downside is as mentioned, with daylight savings, adjusting this watch is pretty complicated.

The watch has an E6B slide ruler in it, but the adjustment mechanism for the slide rule internal bezel feels really loose and flimsy.

Mineral glass unfortunately, not sapphire. I knew this buying it, but this watch would be my every day wear if it were sapphire.



Quote:

Originally Posted by smartdeals (Post 59317102)
is eco any good? battery will eventually die...

So last I looked citizen put out a bulletin claiming the battery is 20 year rated for current models. Another lesser known complication is the solar cells also degrade, but over a longer period than the battery.

roguedog 05-07-2013 03:48 PM

submitted a price match with amazon, hope they match

z32tt 05-07-2013 03:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by roguedog (Post 59317416)
submitted a price match with amazon, hope they match

+1

I'd rather buy from Amazon than these guys.

OCedHrt 05-07-2013 03:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by omegaroach (Post 59315656)
The JY0050 is nice but the newer version AT8020-54L has a sapphire crystal and can be had grey market on ebay for $350 or less.




It looks good, but be forewarned that you will proabably need the manual twice a year to reset it for DLS. Look into the A-T watches instead.

Unfortunately, don't see any titanium ones for those.

jiggyblau 05-07-2013 04:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by smartdeals (Post 59317102)
is eco any good? battery will eventually die...

Well lots of people think they're excellent. Just search for other threads about them on here or consult google.

I ordered this one [jomashop.com] during the deal last month, and I love it. It has kept time excellently, and I've gotten plenty of compliments. I got it for the same price it is now.

huevos 05-07-2013 04:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by roguedog (Post 59317416)
submitted a price match with amazon, hope they match

Quote:

Originally Posted by z32tt (Post 59317442)
+1

I'd rather buy from Amazon than these guys.

Unfortunately, this isn't going to happen. Citizen's authorized retailer agreements have a maximum allowable discount, something on the order of 40% off. Amazon is an authorized retailer while Jomashop is not.

seanleeforever 05-07-2013 04:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pokymon (Post 59314960)
Citizen Blue Angels Skyhawk A-T Mens Watch JY0050-55L for $424. Good deal?

i would not get the American version of sky-hawk. it is inferior in every way than ones oversea. i mean, at very least give us Sapphire crystal instead of glass for watch of this caliber. is that really that much to ask for?

Dlauth 05-07-2013 04:09 PM

Do you know anything about the nighthawk?

Is the international version prefered over the US version for any reason other than looks?

Quote:

Originally Posted by seanleeforever (Post 59317752)
i would not get the American version of sky-hawk. it is inferior in every way than ones oversea. i mean, at very least give us Sapphire crystal instead of glass for watch of this caliber. is that really that much to ask for?


huevos 05-07-2013 04:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dlauth (Post 59317790)
Do you know anything about the nighthawk?

Is the international version prefered over the US version for any reason other than looks?

Here's a decent rundown:

http://forums.watchuseek.com/f281...53986.html

Unless you're looking at some of the more rare variants, the primary differences are the dial appearance and the caseback (polished vs. engraved).

CTT 05-07-2013 04:13 PM

Anyone interested in the BM8475 (military style - green). I was originally interested in the orange version, but it doesn't look like citizen carries it... tempted to get the green based on price...

1Sailor 05-07-2013 04:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by outersquare (Post 59317178)
I have this watch, it's mostly good except for some minor drawbacks;

Mineral glass unfortunately, not sapphire. I knew this buying it, but this watch would be my every day wear if it were sapphire.

I have a Citizen Calibre 8700 with mineral glass and wear it everyday and thankfully no scratches on the face at all. Mineral glass isn't as easy to scratch as some people make it out to be.

burningrave 05-07-2013 04:37 PM

i'm getting the option to like on facebook for $10 off instantly or to sign up for email list and get a discount, do neither of those work on doorbusters? just asking as no ones mentioned either

Dlauth 05-07-2013 04:39 PM

I tried the facebook code and it did not work.

seanleeforever 05-07-2013 04:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1Sailor (Post 59318346)
I have a Citizen Calibre 8700 with mineral glass and wear it everyday and thankfully no scratches on the face at all. Mineral glass isn't as easy to scratch as some people make it out to be.

i suppose it depend on your working environment.for me, sapphire is a must.

that said, Citizen of U.S.A would gladly change your skyhawk's cover from glass to sapphire for 50 or 60 dollars if you send in your watch and wait for 2 weeks. 60 dollar for receiving your watch, disassemble the top, brand new sapphire dome replacement, re-assemble,, re-QA for water resistance... so it probably cost no more than 15 dollar if citizen decide to put on that sapphire in the first place, i mean, would anyone actually buy a regular glass watch if sapphire option is 20 dollar higher? anyone?

Longevite 05-07-2013 05:00 PM

I would

190rev 05-07-2013 05:03 PM

I am liking the Eco Drive TX43 black titanium with orange numbers, but can't pull the trigger. I think it's because of the mineral crystal face and the lack of citizen warranty. i have had a good experience with Jomashop in the past.

cervantez015 05-07-2013 05:03 PM

The cheaper Citizen watches (under $100), tend to have the glass dial smudge/fog up easily. Pretty annoying. Done buying these.

louky 05-07-2013 05:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dlauth (Post 59316932)
How hot is that price on the nighthawk?

it's hot. cheapest i've seen. i almost pulled the trigger last time they had it on sell, but i found one very gently used on WUS for $150 instead.

louky 05-07-2013 05:59 PM

actually, take that back, the cheapest i've seen was last year on amazon $177

drunken_monk 05-07-2013 06:17 PM

I would be wary of trusting this site. Bought a Seiko 5 green (see here and they sent me a most likely returned watch in a dirty box with a torn presentation pillow. Some didn't even get that. Other deals from them might have similar issues so I'd advise to search.

Also, a warranty from jomasshop itself (not an authorized seller). They want me to pay for return shipping so they can verify my claim so I'm going to have to call them instead of email, but just a waste of my time for some bs.

Parker1974 05-07-2013 06:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by seanleeforever (Post 59318522)
i mean, would anyone actually buy a regular glass watch if sapphire option is 20 dollar higher? anyone?

Yeah, I might, depending on the watch's other features and how I planned to use it.

I've never really understood the fascination with sapphire. Yes, it's a premium material, and yes, it provides excellent scratch resistance (though it can be scratched). But it's also more likely to shatter, and it doesn't make sense in certain applications. There's a reason Omega uses hesalite (plastic) on some of their classic pieces. And why Casio's tough G-Shocks use mineral crystals (even the $300-$400 models). Plastic can be buffed. Good mineral glass is difficult to scratch and unlikely to shatter.

Upon reflection, aside from something like a G-Shock, I probably would be glad to pay an extra $20 for sapphire. But the problem is that the premium is usually much more than that. And the average user will never see any functional improvement.

So when I try to determine if a watch deal is hot, I try to take glass material out of the equation. It just isn't worth much extra to me. I'm sure there are cases like yours where a particular job predisposes one to prefer sapphire (though I'm curious what that job could be). But that's going to be the exception to the norm. Mineral works fine for almost everyone.

mungee 05-07-2013 06:38 PM

I donno what you guys are whining about, I bought the JY0050-55L Eco-Drive Blue Angels Skyhawk A-T Chronograph Titanium the last time Jomashop had this same deal.

Yes its mineral crystal, and yes it costs $100 to replace it with sapphire crystal, but I see no reason for it. I am not playing ice hockey or sand blasting with the watch on.

This watch retails for $671.25 (plus Tax in CA and other states) on Amazon, so I am not complaining about the price or its mineral crystal.

It is a phenomenal watch, titanium makes is super light. But its not easy to master (you will end up reading the manual a couple of times and watching the setting instruction videos on their site a couple of time before you get a hang of it).

Really nice watch. It's my current favorite.

DelverRootnose 05-07-2013 06:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by louky (Post 59319670)
it's hot. cheapest i've seen. i almost pulled the trigger last time they had it on sell, but i found one very gently used on WUS for $150 instead.

"WUS"?? please 'splain what that is... Thank you!!

Dlauth 05-07-2013 07:00 PM

watchuseek, a very popular watch forum

grovestreet 05-07-2013 07:00 PM

Bought the BJ7000-52E for $53 below Amazon price.

rickrone 05-07-2013 07:07 PM

blue angels is the only one worth buying, but it is hard for me to wear an inferior watch in comparison to my collection.

This would make a good starter watch, absolutely. you have to start from somewhere.

wardyiv 05-07-2013 07:12 PM

great selections of watches, good price. :)

nycab 05-07-2013 07:24 PM

wow those are some uuuuuuugly watches. have fun guys.

Dlauth 05-07-2013 07:25 PM

please dont feed that troll

Geburtenfresser 05-07-2013 07:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by matchnbpm (Post 59314906)
So tempted to get the BL5400-52A...

Go see it in person. It looks kinda ugly

ranjanrocks 05-07-2013 07:37 PM

fugly! no thank you

cseszitonyo 05-07-2013 07:56 PM

well i do not think these are such big deals!I wanted to buy the diver watch 4 years ago for the same price and 30 bucs extra got one with SS bracelet ,so the pro diver watch price is like this about 4 years now ,i am not sure the others.

Blizzard101 05-07-2013 08:16 PM

I don't think these prices are slick... :/

hellohowareyou 05-07-2013 08:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mungee (Post 59320436)
I donno what you guys are whining about, I bought the JY0050-55L Eco-Drive Blue Angels Skyhawk A-T Chronograph Titanium the last time Jomashop had this same deal.

Yes its mineral crystal, and yes it costs $100 to replace it with sapphire crystal, but I see no reason for it. I am not playing ice hockey or sand blasting with the watch on.

This watch retails for $671.25 (plus Tax in CA and other states) on Amazon, so I am not complaining about the price or its mineral crystal.

It is a phenomenal watch, titanium makes is super light. But its not easy to master (you will end up reading the manual a couple of times and watching the setting instruction videos on their site a couple of time before you get a hang of it).

Really nice watch. It's my current favorite.

I got the same watch last time. I agree, it is a phenomenal watch. Everything that you'd want in a watch, and then some. Well, except moon phase. I am definitely not worried about the sapphire crystal BS. Rather, I believe that for my application and for a lot of people, the current mineral crystal works best

yarnim 05-07-2013 08:28 PM

wanna get rid of my seiko crap and get in on one !!!!

hellohowareyou 05-07-2013 08:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rickrone (Post 59320998)
blue angels is the only one worth buying, but it is hard for me to wear an inferior watch in comparison to my collection.

This would make a good starter watch, absolutely. you have to start from somewhere.

Well that was very helpful, thanks. Are you generally an attention seeker like this in real life, or does it only happen when you smoke a bit too much?

yarnim 05-07-2013 08:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hellohowareyou (Post 59322238)
I got the same watch last time. I agree, it is a phenomenal watch. Everything that you'd want in a watch, and then some. Well, except moon phase. I am definitely not worried about the sapphire crystal BS. Rather, I believe that for my application and for a lot of people, the current mineral crystal works best

90% people on SD whine just for about everything that they would never take advantage of. kinda like the whole bashing of TN panels, or 720p resolutions.

Quote:

Originally Posted by hellohowareyou (Post 59322368)
Well that was very helpful, thanks. Are you generally an attention seeker like this in real life, or does it only happen when you smoke a bit too much?

probably smokes to get attention in the first place

Dlauth 05-07-2013 08:38 PM

Seiko is partial owners in Citizen ;p
Quote:

Originally Posted by yarnim (Post 59322356)
wanna get rid of my seiko crap and get in on one !!!!


yarnim 05-07-2013 08:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dlauth (Post 59322528)
Seiko is partial owners in Citizen ;p

i meant as in the watches i have not the brand itself lol

for the lower end models, id take seiko over citizen any day of the week, same goes to the high end, on these budget brands (seiko premier).

Citizen fills the middle gap nicely i think with the ecodrives.

huevos 05-07-2013 08:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by yarnim (Post 59322410)
90% people on SD whine just for about everything that they would never take advantage of. kinda like the whole bashing of TN panels, or 720p resolutions.

At this point, the anti-sapphire bandwagon seems to be (inexplicably) taking over. Mineral crystals on watches are approximately 6-7 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Sapphire is about a 9. Tons of materials that you probably see everyday are on there, including quartz-based sands and hardened steel, like what you'd find on a door frame or jamb.

I have plenty of watches with mineral crystals and plenty with sapphire crystals. One of my favorite, a cheap-o Nighthawk, I use as a beater. The mineral crystal has tons and tons of scruffs and scratches across the face that come from times it came into contact with a jamb, table hardware, or something similar. All of my watches with sapphire are flawless.

There's arguments to be made about mineral having better shatter resistance, but realistically, if you're coming into contact with something that's going to shatter a sapphire, it's going to gouge the hell out of a mineral crystal, if not destroy it as well. And given how ridiculously cheap it is to create synthetic sapphire, it's hard to justify why quartz watches in the several hundred dollar range doesn't have one. I mean, take a look at brands like Seagull. Dirt cheap, reliable automatics, and by and large they use sapphire for almost all of their watches ~$100 and above.

Prince01 05-07-2013 09:00 PM

Is WLCM10 or WLCM20 work for anyone...
Seems like another crappy code meant not to work.

hellohowareyou 05-07-2013 09:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by huevos (Post 59322656)
At this point, the anti-sapphire bandwagon seems to be (inexplicably) taking over. Mineral crystals on watches are approximately 6-7 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Sapphire is about a 9. Tons of materials that you probably see everyday are on there, including quartz-based sands and hardened steel, like what you'd find on a door frame or jamb.

I have plenty of watches with mineral crystals and plenty with sapphire crystals. One of my favorite, a cheap-o Nighthawk, I use as a beater. The mineral crystal has tons and tons of scruffs and scratches across the face that come from times it came into contact with a jamb, table hardware, or something similar. All of my watches with sapphire are flawless.

There's arguments to be made about mineral having better shatter resistance, but realistically, if you're coming into contact with something that's going to shatter a sapphire, it's going to gouge the hell out of a mineral crystal, if not destroy it as well. And given how ridiculously cheap it is to create synthetic sapphire, it's hard to justify why quartz watches in the several hundred dollar range doesn't have one. I mean, take a look at brands like Seagull. Dirt cheap, reliable automatics, and by and large they use sapphire for almost all of their watches ~$100 and above.

Well, you should have then not used the nighthawk as a beater, rather used one of the sapphire watches.

Look, I am not saying sapphire is bad. There are watch models in Citizen in Jomashop that has sapphire crystal and is on sale. Why are the whiners not buying them instead, if sapphire is so high on the importance scale? There is a real large collection of citizen on sale. Oh, I want all the features of this product, at a price of that product including the sapphire.
Grow up and seek a life!

hellohowareyou 05-07-2013 09:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prince01 (Post 59322878)
Is WLCM10 or WLCM20 work for anyone...
Seems like another crappy code meant not to work.

Look up before complaining!. They are not meant for doorbuster deals

shoppifybonus 05-07-2013 09:13 PM

so tempted with eco drive chronograph BL5250-02L model. i'll think my bf would like this one :)

FLAT_FOOT 05-07-2013 10:04 PM

Just ordered the night hawk..had my eye on it since I missed the deal on Amazon during Cyber Monday for $175.

However, I do love the detail of the euro/Jap edition of it..especially the back casing...

asud 05-08-2013 05:02 AM

Finally broke down and got the bn0085. Black on black rubber band for everyday use. Am I correct to assume that if I do end up scratching this beyond recognition, I can send it in for the sapphire for about 50 bucks?

Damn u slickdeals and lack of sleep. Broke me down...

Fragster 05-08-2013 06:01 AM

^ yes. But it can range anywhere from $60-$100 depending on the model.

I got my Citizen caliber 2000 redone with sapphire after owning it for 2 years. The repair center was right here in Torrence, CA and I had the watch back in under 2 weeks.

Citizen is reallly really great at repairs. I've also have them rehaul the movement for $60 in one of my vintage watches ( a 1980's promaster that was given to me by my late father).

YCata 05-08-2013 07:13 AM

Dat Nighthawk

need2mellowout 05-08-2013 08:02 AM

2 day free shipping with code MOM2DAY

Armaan1 05-08-2013 09:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by need2mellowout (Post 59328718)
2 day free shipping with code MOM2DAY

Thanks!

pearcider 05-08-2013 09:56 AM

I own a lot of watches including ESQ and Movado. Granted, Movado looks a lot slicker, but ESQ is under the same parent company and makes some quality watches for that price range. I use the ESQ as my everyday/traveling watch.

Though I don't like the style of this one on sale, you can nab excellent deals at the Movado outlet (I've seen as low as 70% off) and similarly at Macy's if you're looking for variety.

I've had my ESQ for several years already and the glass had a slight scratch from when I was traveling, but aside from that it's help up really well and it's accurate. Had to change the leather band once.

anoxy 05-08-2013 10:12 AM

I got the Skyhawk for my birthday a few years ago and absolutely loved it while I had it. Sadly, some dick head decided to steal it so now I'm using a cheap plastic casio. Maybe I'll jump on a new one.

anoxy 05-08-2013 10:30 AM

Damn, I really want a Nighhawk, but I wish it was the international version with engraved backplate.

bryan305 05-08-2013 03:55 PM

why no sapphire crystal?

hellohowareyou 05-08-2013 04:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bryan305 (Post 59340004)
why no sapphire crystal?

Look closely. There are many models with sapphire crystals

DBarnes727 05-08-2013 11:39 PM

Thanks for the deal, iconian!

I've been considering the BJ7000-52E Pilot's watch for a while now so this sale was a no-brainer

XtraCrispi 05-10-2013 01:02 PM

Not thrilled about the condition of the box the watch came in. Also noticed there is no protective plastic on the crystal but there is one on the back. Is that normal? Now reading reviews and that Jomashop sells counterfeits (?) -

k1ngp1n702 05-10-2013 05:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by XtraCrispi (Post 59381272)
Not thrilled about the condition of the box the watch came in. Also noticed there is no protective plastic on the crystal but there is one on the back. Is that normal? Now reading reviews and that Jomashop sells counterfeits (?) -

Out of curiosity, which particular watch did you purchase? Debating picking up a watch from Joma myself. Thanks.

hellohowareyou 05-11-2013 06:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by XtraCrispi (Post 59381272)
Not thrilled about the condition of the box the watch came in. Also noticed there is no protective plastic on the crystal but there is one on the back. Is that normal? Now reading reviews and that Jomashop sells counterfeits (?) -

Now this! Jomashop sells brand new authentic. Check the BBB ratings, and customer comments all over yahoo etc. If you have to believe more in some unsatisfied customer than numerous positive ones, its your prerogative. But don't think you're doing service by posting these "counterfeit" comments. I have personally bought numerous fairly pricy watches from them even recently, and I am very satisfied.

riseboi 05-12-2013 03:13 PM

Just ordered the Nighthawk. Thanks OP!

mrednejar 07-05-2013 11:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by riseboi (Post 59412296)
Just ordered the Nighthawk. Thanks OP!

did they send you watch in its original manufacture tags and box ,i know it doesn't come with citizen warranty card since they are not authorized dealers. im planning to buy one .
edit - not to forget -with all the new plastics, i see someone one earlier posted missing some.

riseboi 07-05-2013 12:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mrednejar (Post 60522440)
did they send you watch in its original manufacture tags and box ,i know it doesn't come with citizen warranty card since they are not authorized dealers. im planning to buy one .
edit - not to forget -with all the new plastics, i see someone one earlier posted missing some.

Mine came with the original tags, manual, and box. I honestly don't remember if it had the plastic. They may have been on but I threw them away. I don't remember.

mrednejar 07-05-2013 12:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by riseboi (Post 60522756)
Mine came with the original tags, manual, and box. I honestly don't remember if it had the plastic. They may have been on but I threw them away. I don't remember.

thanks for quick response,im looking to buy one and was looking for feedback .hope your happy with your purchase.


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