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This is a great deal on this watch. I can't find it near this price anywhere!

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This is not bad, but also not great. The price was around $210 during the holidays. Weird 23mm lug width, so changing the strap is difficult. The supplied rubber strap comes with a deployant clasp rather than the usual tang and buckle, so you have to cut the strap to size it.
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When MacGyver needs a watch, we have this!
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Great looking Citizen, but doesn't have sapphire crystal, and isn't radio controlled. This is a sub-$200 watch.
It is radio controlled.
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Great looking Citizen, but doesn't have sapphire crystal, and isn't radio controlled. This is a sub-$200 watch.
Says that it's radio controlled in the images and also the atomic part is not an atomic decay source on your wrist. It's a remote clock.
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Great looking Citizen, but doesn't have sapphire crystal, and isn't radio controlled. This is a sub-$200 watch.
When compared to a citizen with sapphire crystal and titanium vs stainless steel for $50 less, I agree that this isn't an *Amazing* deal for what you get.
Example: https://slickdeals.net/e/13715078-citizen-watches-mens-at4008-51e-perpetual-chrono-a-t-watch-199-99
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Says that it's radio controlled in the images and also the atomic part is not an atomic decay source on your wrist. It's a remote clock.
It does say atomic, which is the same as other Citizens that are labeled "radio controlled" on the watch face...I will concede that. But mineral crystal is a deal breaker for me.
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Talk about busy!
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Says that it's radio controlled in the images and also the atomic part is not an atomic decay source on your wrist. It's a remote clock.
Any Citizen watch with "AT" in the model number or "A-T" in the name is atomic time and radio controlled. That being said, this good price for a good watch. It's BUSY, but to each his own...
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Bought this watch about 6 years ago for roughly the same price. The band over time must have dried up and cracked when i bent it. Replacement bands cost like ~$60 which I was not looking to spend. I ended up getting a black/orange silicone band off of amazon for like $20 that matches the watch face nicely.

The watch is radio controlled. It gets a signal once a day roughly around 4am EST and updates the time if needed. It's always shown the exact time down to the second when compared to time.gov.

It charges via solar and has only ever showed full battery, so no issues there after 6 years.

Never use any of the fancy features, I just like the way it looks.
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Where can I find the actual time?
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Where can I find the actual time?
I know you're kidding but the digital display can show the time along with the analog hands.
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Where can I find the actual time?
What do you mean? Does your phone not show the actual time?
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