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Citizen Eco Drive Promaster Diver Watch for Men, BN0150-28E

$350.00 $221.25

$350.00 $221.25

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  • LIGHT-POWERED ECO-DRIVE: Converts any light, whether natural or artificial, into energy. Energy is stored in a permanently rechargeable power cell. The watch recharges continuously in any light to run forever, with no battery changes required, ever
  • WATER RESISTANT TO 200 M: This Citizen tactical watch is water resistant to 200 meters (660 feet). In general, it’s suitable to wear in the shower, in professional marine activities like swimming and snorkeling, for surface water sports, and for scuba diving
  • ANTI-REFLECTIVE MINERAL CRYSTAL: With a mineral crystal dial window, Citizen men’s watches are the epitome of rugged and wearable style. The key to protecting the day-date indicator and luminous hands, the anti-reflective mineral crystal allows a crisp time display
  • FOR YOUR ACTIVE LIFESTYLE: This Citizen stainless steel ISO-compliant water-resistant diving watch features a one-way rotating elapsed-time bezel, a strap with adjustable buckle closure, a luminous three-hand display with quartz movement, and a date-display window
  • GUARANTEE & 5 YEAR WARRANTY: At Citizen, we stand by quality and craftsmanship. Every Citizen purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee and a 5-year limited warranty so you can be sure your new Citizen timepiece meets your expectations

Specification: Citizen Eco Drive Promaster Diver Watch for Men, BN0150-28E

Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Citizen
Model number BN0150-28E
Part Number BN0150-28E
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Mineral
Display Type Analog
Clasp Buckle
Metal stamp no-metal-stamp
Case material Stainless Steel
Case diameter 44 millimeters
Case Thickness 12 millimeters
Band Material Polyurethane
Band length Mens Standard
Band width 20 millimeters
Band Color Black
Dial color Black
Bezel material aluminum
Bezel function Unidirectional
Calendar Date
Special features 3-Hand, Date, Luminous hands and markers
Item weight 16 Ounces
Movement Eco-Drive
Water resistant depth 200 Meters

8 reviews for Citizen Eco Drive Promaster Diver Watch for Men, BN0150-28E

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  1. Shawn

    Update: I sent the first watch back and the replacement was much better. Little to no play on the minute hand. pretty pleased with it. increased to 5 Stars.

    A nice Diver’s 200m watch but I couldn’t give it a 5 for one reason. There is a very slight amount of play in the minute hand. (Perhaps 1/2 mm) You turn the watch one way then the other and the minute hand moves with gravity. Not enough to throw off the time but it is there. Beyond that it is a nice watch that shouldn’t need a battery change for a long time.

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  2. em

    I’m a watch freak. I have owned a Seiko Seiko SKX007, Vintage Citizen automatic, Citizen Nighthawk, currently own a 1968 Seiko original turtle 6306 and many other automatic, hand wind, quartz and eco drive movements. My point is, I know and love watches. I bought this to be my every day do everything watch. I am in the military, am in water regularly, hike, backpack, camp, you name it.
    The good: eco drive is the best quartz for those who want zero maintenance for a very long time, and never want a battery to fail. Quartz is more accurate than any automatic available on the market, and hands down more durable. If you’re like me and take it in the water regularly, you may still want to refresh the gaskets every 5 years or so. Looks great, feels great on my 7.25 wrist. Screw down crown feels smooth as butter. Bezel action is perfect. Lume does the job and has citizens gorgeous tint of blue green. For 141 bucks there is no better value for accuracy, long term reliability, quality build, durability, functionality and looks. It’s THE tool watch to get for the perfect EDC watch.
    Cons: as always with Citizen, mineral crystal is prone to scratching. Mine has no scratches yet but I’m ready. This doesn’t bother me as its my beater and I know what I’m getting in to. I will upgrade to a double domed AR coated sapphire crystal when I change the seals in 5 to 10 years unless I completely trash the crystal, then I’ll upgrade then. Spring bars/rubber strap: it “clicks” when you bend the strap around, kind of strange but only clicks when articulating the rubber strap way past normal wear angles. I believe it’s the spring bars but not 100%. The strap itself looks good and is more comfortable than my Seiko SKX stock strap. The ND limits chart on the strap is whatever. Kind of cheesy in my personal opinion. I’m going to look for an aftermarket rubber strap, but I am aiming to turn this into the absolute perfect watch for myself. The rubber strap will be perfect for 99 percent of buyers. Bottom line: if you think you might like the watch, you’ll love it.

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  3. FoundItOnAmazon

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     I love automatic watches. . . but sometimes it is nice to have a quartz watch that is always set and on time to quickly throw on and go. For me that watch was always a Casio G-Shock, but sometimes the G-Shock is just not dressy enough for the outfit. I like the look of this watch. . . the stainless steel case, the rubber strap and loved the idea of it being quartz but never needing a battery replacement. After about a year of contemplating the purchase Amazon had a great sale on it for Valentine’s Day and I bought it. I am so happy with the purchase. This watch really has no negatives in my opinion. It has good lume (blueish tint see video), is built very solid, on mine the second hand lands directly on the markers, and it looks and feels great on the wrist. Finally a dive watch that is a normal size (42mm). I will say this, if you have smaller wrists like me it is great. If you have large wrists you might find this watch to be a little on the small side. All and all I am very happy, especially for the price. It is my weekend wearer. I loaded a video but it is rather large so Amazon might reduce the quality. If you search on YouTube you can find the same video in higher resolution. I hope this review helps.

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  4. MAK

    I’m not going to write some detailed review as there are plenty of other sources for that info. What I will do is mention a few things that some Amazon shoppers may be interested in.

    First – I purchased this on April 15/2019 and received a serial number with an October 2018 manufactured date. That’s pretty good so you shouldn’t have any worries about old stock here.

    Second – Every thing out of the box was bang on. The minute/hour hands are on point and the second hand is hitting every mark. The bezel is also very solid. I have no wiggle on mine like some reviews state. I am extremely happy with the build of this watch.

    Third – While the lume is very bright and much better than most other watches I’ve seen it doesn’t last nearly as long as some people will have you believe. I have no idea how some people can claim it lasts into the middle of the night. It does not.

    Fourth – Mine came in a very nice small circular type storage box. Not the scuba tank like some reviews say. Not sure if that was an older packaging or if it’s limited to certain regions but you will not receive that here. Still though, the storage box it comes in is actually rather nice and small making it great for storage when not in use. This was actually a pleasant surprise for me as it’s not just some cheap ugly throw-away box. It looks very nice and could go on a dresser for display.

    That’s about it. This is a fantastic watch. Very accurate and looks fantastic. Love it.

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  5. Anastassios

    A perfect everyday watch which looks great! Phosphorescent dials make it easy to read in the dark. The fact that it’s a diving watch and doesn’t require the need to replace the better braking factory seal is a huge bonus! Can’t recommend it enough.

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  6. Amazon Customer

    I love the solid bezel on this that always clicks right to the exact minute marker and has a distinct green lume indicator that stands out from the more blueish hued hour markers. The lume on this watch is great and reallt stands out even when you are outside and then come in to a darker room. Charge it for a few seconds with a bright flashlight at night and it really lights up. The watch has worked flawlessly since I owned it, about 6 months ago. Sometimes, however, the bezel will start to get stiff. It works great again after you soak it in hot water for a few minutes. I am not sure why this happens. Maybe just general grime that occasionally gets in there. Easy fix. Love the stainless steel look and feel of the watch, and I am happy with the rubber strap that comes with it, as I feel it suits the diver style watch. The second hand always lands exactly on the second marker which I like. Solid watch, i’d buy one again. This is a steal for the price in my opinion. Not sure of how long these eco-drive watches really last. I haven’t read any reviews on them, but hopefully it lasts my lifetime. You can’t beat never having to change the battery!

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  7. Bradley

    The watch itself is nice. However I don’t like the band. I’ve seen better bands on 30 and $40 watches. The strap is like a super hard rubber. Not comfortable and the 2 keepers to hold the watch strap down slide all over and don’t work well.

    I suggest a new strap if you get this watch

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  8. Pen Name in this space

    I don’t often review products, but this watch is worthy of my time.

    I’ve worn divers watches as an “everyday” watch since ’68 when the jungle, heat, humidity and monsoon rain in Viet Nam ate up two lesser offerings to the clock gods in less than a month. That first divers watch sold me on the value of a simple analog watch with big, easily read hands, with passive illumination that these 70 year old eyes can see in the middle of the night without glasses.

    By “everyday” watch, I mean a watch that I rarely remove whether I’m showering, sleeping, working on the property, fussing with equipment, fishing including cleaning the days catch or gutting a fresh killed deer ( I’ve lost a couple of decent watches over the years by forgetting to put them back on after those type of activities).

    My last divers watch started losing time even after the battery was replaced (twice). I would have replaced the 5 year old watch with the same make and model as it was cheap enough even though it’s obvious they don’t keep on ticking like they used to, but that company doesn’t make that style any more. I did buy a different watch from the maker but just flat out didn’t like it.

    So now, we come to this watch. It’s a bit more expensive than I would normally spend on my everyday watch, but after researching all the offerings out there, this was my choice…The price is right for a dive watch of this quality.

    The watch is the right size. I’m 6’1″ and 215 lbs with probably average sized wrists and it looks good on.
    The one way bezel has no projections that can get bumped to change your setting.
    The hands are large and easy to read.
    The lume is bright enough for me to tell the time at oh-dark-thirty even after several hours of sleep, but that may be a result of the habit of charging the lume with the mini-mag flashlight I keep on my nightstand just before turning out the lights.
    The crown at 4 o’clock is a major plus as I no longer have the crown digging into my wrist when my hand is in an awkward position.
    Not requiring a battery is/was a major selling point for me…no added expense of the cost of a battery or installation fee or no worrying about the seal leaking is worth the piece of mind.

    I’ve only had the watch for 11 days and I initially set it via the atomic clock…when I changed to standard time today, I noticed the watch had not deviated one iota from the setting…no loss, no gain. I’m pretty anal about accuracy on my watches…this guy beats all the others, including two of the famous Swiss made dress watches I own.

    Only two minor points that affect my viewpoint about this watch. The date window is very small and hard to read, but I generally don’t use the date on my watches; shoot, I know what day it is.

    The watch strap is not exactly to my liking…it will fit over a wet suit but it’s just a little too stiff for my tastes and though not a fault of the manufacturer (more the fault of my exact wrist size), it’s too tight on the hole where the watch doesn’t slip around and too loose on the next keeper hole. I did elongate the too tight hole, but I’ll be changing to a NATO band. By the way, the no decompression limits printed on the band don’t match what the charts or a dive computer says…I wouldn’t use it.

    This is not a watch with a lot of bells and whistles, but a functional, easy to read (day or night), and accurate timepiece that looks good and fits a pretty active lifestyle. I no longer dive or snorkel but if I did, I wouldn’t hesitate using this watch.

    If you want/need a watch to measure lap/split times, to wake you up, to remind you when to take a drink, has a lot of buttons, yadda, yadda look for something else.

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