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Citizen AR1133-15A Eco-Drive Stiletto Sapphire Men's Elegant Watch
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Citizen Eco-Drive Stiletto Sapphire Men's Elegant Watch

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Our Price: US$134.95 change currency
RRP: US$290.00 Sale 53.47% Off Save US$155.05 (53.47%)
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Glass Type
SapphireVirtually Scratch Proof
Case Material
Stainless Steel
Gold Tone
Strap Material
Solar Powered
Manufactured In
Japan Made Movement
Eco-Drive Technology (Recharged by any light source; Never Needs a Battery)Citizen’s advanced technology, the watch is powered by artificial and natural light.
Accuracy of +- 15 Seconds Per Month
8 Months Eco-Drive Power Reserve
Insufficient Charge Warning
Overcharging Prevention Function
Dial Color
Case Width
Case Depth
Water Resistance
Splash Resistant
This product is supplied with:
  • Genuine Citizen Watch
  • Official Citizen 1 Year International Warranty Booklet
  • Multi-Language Instruction Manual
  • Original Citizen Giftbox (Small Charge Applies)
  • Why do we charge for the watch box?
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The brand Citizen has been synonymous throughout the years with high quality, reliable, well-crafted, stunningly luxurious watches. Since 1930, Citizen has given us classic designs as well as innovative techniques that is constantly evolving. They have pioneered in groundbreaking watch technology which they continue to improve upon, year after year. Perhaps the most important breakthrough was the development of solar powered watches, which they launched and named as Eco-Drive. Using electrical power converted from virtually any light source (artificial or natural) to charge and power the watch.

Citizen continues to be one of the leading watch manufacturers in the world. They persist on expanding their own ideas on innovation thus improving function, style and durability.

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Customer Reviews (2)

Citizen stiletto=affordable super slim watch - Review by from Croatia
Review by <span>Matija</span> from Croatia
5 out of 5
When it comes to dress watches, one can find a plethora of models (good and bad) in any price segment, from the super affordable to the super exclusive and expensive. Although dress watches are not as popular as sports watches, I think every serious collector should own at least one for those special occasions like weddings, funerals, formal events and such.
I've been looking for a definition of a dress watch and to sum it all up: Most people say that a dress watch is a slim white dialed, time only watch that isn't larger than 40mm which comes on a leather strap. Some also say it should be in a precious material and have a mechanical movement, but let's be honest, not everybody has that amount of money.

When one asks for an affordable dress watch(150$~) usually three watches are mentioned:
The Orient Bambino, Citizen NH8350 and some dressy seiko 5 models. All these watches are tremendous value, but these watches lack one important thing, and that is slimness, all these models are over 10mm thick and that is where the Citizen Stiletto comes in.

Lets start with the overall dimensions of the watch
Case diameter: 39mm
Lug to lug: 45mm
Case thickness: 4,71mm
Strap width: 19mm
Buckle width: 16mm

The first thing one notices while inspecting the watch is it's amazing thinness. The watch is only 4,71mm thick (although on Citizens official website it is stated as 4,9mm thick). The watch has a flat brushed case back with some laser etching. The lugs have a nice downward curve so the watch sits on the wrist comfortably, it slides under the tightest of cuffs and with it's barely noticeable 28g of weight the watch dissapears on the wrist.The case has a gold PVD finish which is evenly applied over the whole watch, even between the lugs.The bezel is stepped from the case sides which optically make the watch look even thinner than it is. With a 45mm lug to lug distance almost everybody can wear this watch, and the 39mm diameter is a perfect size which wont go out of style.The crown of the watch is slim and wont be digging in the wrist, unfortunately it is not signed because it is very small. The watch has a simple white dial which has a checkerboard pattern which gets noticed in strong light bud disappears in low light conditions. On the dial 3,6,9 and 12 have applied markers that are wider and taller than the indices. The Branding on the dial is simple Citizen on top, Eco-Drive above the 6 and under the 6 in small print is mentioned Japan and name of the Citizen movement of the watch. I would prefer that the small print on the bottom weren't there, but after some time it becomes barely noticeable. The hands are are a variation on the dauphine style, they are quite similar to the Citizen Eco Drive One, although much sharper at the end points.Sadly there is no seconds hand so one could precisely set the time. It should also be mentioned that the dial is covered with a slim sapphire crystal which ensures a scratch free dial.

The movement may be the most controversial, purists say dress watches should be with mechanical. However if Citizen opted to put a Myota in the watch, the thickness would rise at least 5mm which would miss the point. Instead citizen opted for the calibre G820, a super slim solar quartz movement with 180 days power reserve without light. I didn't find a lot of information, but knowing citizen it is a workhorse which you don't have to baby all the time. Quartz is known to be much more durable than mechanical watches and with a bit of sunlight the watch will be working for a long time.
Sadly the lugs of the Citizen Stilleto are a non standard size of 19mm which means one is limited with the array of straps on the market which is quite unfortunate because the watch has potential to be a true „strap monster“, although one can squeeze some slimmer 20mm straps on it. Taking in account the simple white dial and gold, one could wear the watch on a array of colorful bands to liven it up. The Leather strap included is very soft, pliable and thin. This may be the nicest leather strap on a inexpensive watch. Quite a surprise is also the buckle, just 16mm wide and unsigned, it is substantial and has a thick tang which holds the watch securely.

Overall I think the Citizen Eco-Drive is a great watch for dressy occasions and a great option for someone who looks for a dress watch, a bit more unique than the usual suspects. Also the watch is a much better value compared to other fashion brands. It offers solar charging, sapphire crystal, super slim design and overall high quality finishing. For the price one could truly do a lot worse. If I could add anything to make the watch even more appealing, I would add a small seconds dial on the 6 so one could adjust the time precisely, make the lugs 20 or 18mm wide and at least sign the buckle with the brand name.

-Sapphire crystal
-Good overall finishing of the components
-19mm lug width
-Unsigned crown and buckle
-The small print under the 6
Great value - Review by from Australia
5 out of 5
Top quality watch at an awesome price & also super lightweight
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