Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Citizen Eco-Drive Black Skyhawk JR3155-54E

The Black Eagle is a dramatic new addition to the famed Citizen Skyhawk Collection of professional pilot's watches. Only the Skyhawk's have Citizen's amazing ECO-DRIVE technology that allows the watch to operate virtually forever without ever changing a battery! The Black Eagle runs on the power of light!! A few hours of light from any source (indoors or out) will keep the watch running for many months.

JR3155-54E The exciting new Black Eagle is Black Ion Plated for a tough black finish over stainless steel. And the Black Eagle has a slightly smaller diameter (42.5 millimeters) than the other watches in the Skyhawk series, an often requested feature. Although it is still a large watch, it is more comfortable to wear.

The Skyhawk is the world's most advanced flight chronograph. The watches have WORLD TIME at the simple touch of a button. Thirty different cities are preprogrammed in 22 world time zones. Plus there are three different world time alarms. And the chronograph is accurate to 1/100th of a second. Naturally the watch has the pilot's rotating slide rule bezel. In short, it's everything a pilot could possible want!

Citizen Black Eagle Skyhawk Technology

o New! White on Black Reversed LCD Digital Display is easier to read
o Time and Calendar in 22 Time Zones (30 Cities)
o Three World Time Alarms
o 1/100 Second Chronograph Measures up to 24 Hours
o 99 Minute Countdown Timer
o One-Touch Interchangeable Analog/Digital Times
o Day and Date Display

o Black Ion Plated Stainless Steel (tough & durable midnight black case color)
o Rotating Pilot's Slide Rule Bezel
o Non-Reflective Hardened Mineral Glass Crystal
o Screw Back Case
o Water Resistant to 100 Meters (330 feet)
o Three Fold Safety Clasp (on both Steel Bracelet and Polyurethane Strap)

o 4 Year Power Reserve
o Recharges in Any Light
o Time Reset Advisory
o Low Charge Indicator Window
o Power Saver Function

o Width 42.5 millimeters (45 millimeters with crown)
o Depth (thickness) 14.5 millimeters

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