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Amazon has Citizen Men's Eco-Drive Titanium Perpetual Chronograph A-T Watch (AT4010-50E) for $325.02. Shipping is free. Thanks chapstick321
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Great watch at a historically all time low price from Amazon.

Amazon is an authorized retailer so it comes with the 5 year Citizen Warranty.

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I bought this watch last year (near December) from Jomashop for $340. It's a great watch for the money and it's even better at $325 with a direct warranty from Citizen.

This watch is pretty much the best set it and forget it watch you can own. It has all the various things I look for:

1) Sapphire crystal
2) 200M water resistance (I look for 100M as a minimum)
3) Perpetual calendar
4) Atomic clock syncing (so you never have to adjust for day light savings, leap year or if your watch is fast or slow)
5) Replaceable watch band
6) Solar powered (if I buy a quartz movement, I prefer solar powered so I don't have to replace batteries as often which also leads to potential problem with the water resistance seals in case the watch repair guy farks it up).

The only weakness to this watch is if you're reliant on the chronograph. For starters, you have to go through some extra steps to put it in chronograph mode. Next, I believe it only records up to 1 hour.



The atomic standard isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Also Citizen just came out with a newer model of PCAT (Perpetual Calendar Atomic) watches. The AT4129-57E [citizenwatch.com] is the updated version to the stainless steel version of the AT4010-50E.

And even if the atomic clock in Colorado was shut down tomorrow, the watch will still work, it just won't sync with the atomic clock anymore so you'll have to do it manually.
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Op, your post set off a long dormant alert I had in place for this exact watch! Beautiful time piece, has almost all the desired features at a great price. I moved onto a smart watch a year or so ago, and hardly use any of my other watches anymore, so I can't justify this purchase.... But for those in the market for a perpetual calendar, eco-drive chrono, this is the one to get!
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I have the stainless version and can't complain at all. It's a great watch and should outlive you.
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Been watching this one a long time, my other alerts didn't work, just picked up the one even though I'm going to be yelled at Smilie
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50% of regular price will be a fair value. I have paid for most Seiko echo drive at 50% or more off the regular price. I think Seiko and Citizen should be of the same quality.
Depends on the model. Seiko Japan makes great watches for the price. Otherwise, I find Citizen to be more consistent, quality wise.

This watch in particular is nice. I've only seen the stainless steel version, though. Too big for my wrist.
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FYI. Citizen's latest watch models use GPS to set the time, not atomic. I wonder how much longer the atomic standard will be used for? When they stop transmitting the time, will this watch stop working?
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What does perpetual calendar mean? Sorry I'm a new with watch stuff.
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eco drive, titanium, sapphire, perpetual calendar, atomic time, for $325? pretty good
citizen's ecodrive quarts timekeeping seems to be pretty good too. my citizen watch is just 4-5 seconds fast per month.
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What does perpetual calendar mean? Sorry I'm a new with watch stuff.
it knows which months are 30 or 31 days.
if your watch doesn't have a perpetual calendar, then you have to set the day number back 1 in months that are only 30 days.
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Don't hesitate I've had this watch for years and it's still one of my favorites! The functionality is great. I have many watches, and this remains in my most worn rotation.
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good price but not the lowest. Have been cheaper from Jomashop via eBay
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I bought this watch last year (near December) from Jomashop for $340. It's a great watch for the money and it's even better at $325 with a direct warranty from Citizen.

This watch is pretty much the best set it and forget it watch you can own. It has all the various things I look for:

1) Sapphire crystal
2) 200M water resistance (I look for 100M as a minimum)
3) Perpetual calendar
4) Atomic clock syncing (so you never have to adjust for day light savings, leap year or if your watch is fast or slow)
5) Replaceable watch band
6) Solar powered (if I buy a quartz movement, I prefer solar powered so I don't have to replace batteries as often which also leads to potential problem with the water resistance seals in case the watch repair guy farks it up).

The only weakness to this watch is if you're reliant on the chronograph. For starters, you have to go through some extra steps to put it in chronograph mode. Next, I believe it only records up to 1 hour.

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FYI. Citizen's latest watch models use GPS to set the time, not atomic. I wonder how much longer the atomic standard will be used for? When they stop transmitting the time, will this watch stop working?
The atomic standard isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Also Citizen just came out with a newer model of PCAT (Perpetual Calendar Atomic) watches. The AT4129-57E [citizenwatch.com] is the updated version to the stainless steel version of the AT4010-50E.

And even if the atomic clock in Colorado was shut down tomorrow, the watch will still work, it just won't sync with the atomic clock anymore so you'll have to do it manually.
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Got this one 3 years ago at around this price, hands down the best watch I have ever got and I always get compliments for it! 5/5
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