Citizen Eco-Drive - Watches

Category: Citizen Eco-Drive, Watches

Skyhawk

Item Sku: JY8101-52L
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Description:

Mens Eco Drive Radio Controlled Skyhawk AT, world time (4 location signal tower reception (USA, Europe, Japan and China), precise atomic timekeeping in 43 cities, dual alarms, chronograph, perpertual calendar, countdown timer, rotating slide rule bezel, power reserve,UTC display, LCD backlight (does not light up entire dial, only digital portion), TIC ion plated super titanium case with yellow tone accents on bezel, anti-reflective sapphire glass crystal, TIC ion plated titanium crown and push buttons, super titanium press on caseback with Blue Angels logo (no room for engraving), TIC ion plated super titanium bracelet with hidden push buttons fold over clasp, dark blue tone dial with yellow tone accents, silver and white tone hour and minute hands with luminous, yellow tone second hand (no luminous), dark blue tone sub dials, white tone signal mode hand (no luminous), yellow and white tone 24-hour hand (no luminous), white tone multifunction hand (no luminous), white tone silk screen hour indices (applied Arabic at 3, 6, and 9, remaining applied sticks) no luminous

Product Details
Metal Type:Super Titanium
Metal Color:Silver-Tone

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Tommy started in the jewelry field at the age of 21, in Odessa, Texas in 1979. He trained with several Jewelry Stores, 3 of which were Rolex Dealerships. He married Ruth in 1987; they have been together for 33 years. Together they started a Watch and Jewelry Shop catering to the Wholesale Industry, until 1990. In 1991 they moved to Lufkin, Texas and worked for a Local Jeweler for 8 years. In 2000 they opened up a small Retail Shop of about 330 square feet in the Old Albertson Shopping Center.

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