Recently, CITIZEN watches are particularly popular blue needle. This watch is home today to recommend a Citizen Men’s AO9000-06B blue needle Mens watch. Let’s look at it together!
CITIZEN Men’s AO9000-06B blue needle Mens Watch recommended
Citizen’s AO9000-06B citizen small blue needle Mens Watch, white Panlan needle black word dial design, two small dial respectively display calendar and weeks, the feeling is recently recommended best Citizen watches one of, the overall design quite IWC style, can be said to be 3 meters from the IWC, simple, stylish atmosphere. Xiuwaihuizhong, internal is also very beautiful, the citizen cited that proud of the kinetic energy of the light technology, can absorb visible light as an energy source, no life need to replace the battery. Dial diameter 42mm, thickness of only 11mm, scratch resistant mineral glass, stainless steel case, leather strap.
Solar energy is CITIZEN’s core technology. Since 1995, the first solar powered watch came out, CITIZEN has constantly improved the design and technology of solar energy watches, overcome the dial to absorb light, energy storage, power and other technical problems, and finally realized the cutting-edge technology and exquisite fashion design and the perfect fusion of solar energy movement. Next we will recommend a CITIZEN CITIZEN’s RS25-0052B!
From the world’s thinnest mechanical three needle watches to the world first light energy Q timekeeping watches, from the world first in the error of not more than three seconds of the pointer type quartz watch to automatically adjust the dates of light kinetic energy calendar watch according to the flat on a leap year, to receive the radio signal automatic calibration time of the kinetic energy of the light wave watches, the unceasing innovation, “citizen” brand chasing tightly with the trend of the times, with the people of every age. Watch home today to introduce you to a CITIZEN series of NH8290-59EB’s mechanical machinery!
CITIZEN series NH8290-59EB mechanical machinery’s recommendation
A series of mechanical men’s series:
Movement: automatic mechanical movement
Movement model: 8200
Case: stainless steel
Dial size: 40 mm
Thickness: 11 mm
Watch crown: General
The bottom of the watch at the end:
Watch mirror: sapphire glass
Bracelet: stainless steel
Clasp: double click the butterfly type
Waterproof: 50 meters
Function: date display is displayed on a large three pin
Citizen Holdings Co., the predecessor of Japan still work in homes horological Research Institute, founded in 1918, is mainly engaged in the development and manufacture of watches and clocks, has now developed as in the watch industry, operating a variety of group of large multinational companies. Today watch home for you recommend a citizen… ES8130-61A!
You have to love Citizen. Between Seiko and themselves, the state of the art in quartz timekeeping keeps improving. Solar power, radio-set time, Bluetooth, GPS… they lead the way.
This is the Blue Angels World Time Chronograph, reference AT8020-03L. Eco-Drive (solar power), sapphire crystal, radio-set, 60-minute chronograph, perpetual calendar, day/date, power reserve plus quick-change support for 26 time zones.
Citizen has long been a supporter of the Blue Angels team, so this watch is the latest in a long line. Long before I was writing here, I asked my wife to buy me one as I was learning to fly, so a Blue Angels was my first pilot’s watch:
They’ve advanced and changed quite a bit since then (2001). Mine was battery powered, mineral crystal (you can see the scratches), and non radio-set. The design evolved too, with the change to an inner slide rule computer bezel and the dropping of the LCD screens. Functionally, the new model lacks the alarms of the old, and is in general simpler to use. I’ve kept and continue to use mine, it still has the best movement I’ve found for air travel. More on this later.
Nice simple box and packaging, which includes a QR code card, mini-CD and the paper manual too. Citizen proudly says that the packaging is made from recycled materials – a good thing.
As a former pilot I have to say that the slide rule bezels are not usable in flight. Too small and fiddly. More of a reminder of your E6B and a nice conversation piece. On the A-T, the bezel is under the crystal, and actuated via the crown at eight o’clock. On the wrist, that’s very difficult. However, moving it under the glass makes the watch dressier.
One of the A-T features I like a lot is time zone changes. Pull the crown out one stop, rotate to select your new timezone, push it back in and the hands move. Done, and you can even manage it without taking the watch off. My older model has the same feature, implemented with buttons, and I still love it for jet travel days.
Functionally, the A-T has a one hour chronograph, a fixed 24-hour display at nine, perpetual calendar, Eco-Drive solar power, retrograde day display, power reserve, atomic (radio-set) timekeeping that works with six transmitters (US, UK, Germany, China, Japan). The world time support includes 30-minute-offset zones, but not the 15-minute oddballs.
Measuring 43mm across, it’s a modern-sized watch. 12.3mm thick, 49.2 lug to lug. Oddly, the lugs are 23mm, an unusual size that makes it harder to find replacement straps. Weight including strap is 87g.
If you look at the date window, you get a peek at the complex structure of the dial – printing layered on top of the photovoltaics. Citizen has advanced to the point that there’s no visible sign a dial is Eco-Drive.
The polished sub dial surrounds look like aircraft instruments, which is pretty darn cool. The sub dial at six is showing the day of the week – it’s a neat retrograde indicator that I like. It lets the spatial side of your brain see “where” in the week you are, just as the 24-hour dial at nine shows where in the day you are.
The Blue Angels’ colors are blue and yellow, in case that wasn’t obvious already. I quite like how Citizen used the yellow as a subtle bit of panache: the strap backing is normally hidden, and the yellow stripe inset into the side of the bezel is only visible from off-axis.
From the top, just shades of blue.
It’s also available on a bracelet. The strap is excellent. Leather, layered with a woven middle section and what feels like sailcloth on the back. Nicely made buckle, too. Two keepers, one fixed, one floating.
Lume is blue-green, and decent. I do wish they had either a LED or better lume.
I’ve worn it cycling, playing volleyball and ultimate, and the 87g weight is easy to forget. At 12.3mm thick, it’s very shirt-friendly and goes easily under cuffs.
The case is well made, with a brushed finish and ergonomic curved lugs. There’s just a bit of polished highlight on the top edge.
I like the ion-plated blue bezel. That, and the yellow highlights give the watch just a bit of character and emphasis.
With a very unusual 200m-rated case, this is a great watch for “wear it everywhere and never worry.” No battery to change, never need to set the time; just no hassle. I think this is a great “nice watch” for anyone who doesn’t want to be a watch geek. It works great for travelers, is low-key enough for business wear, and tough enough to leave on when you jump in the pool. List price is $575, which all things considered I find quite reasonable.