Diving Key Largo Marine Sanctuary With A Citizen Promaster Aqualand Depth Meter Watch

The Citizen Promaster Aqualand Depth Meter has existed in evolving forms for many years as a popular dive watch choice for those looking to measure their depth as well as time under water. As an amateur diver and watch lover, I make use of…
Diving Key Largo Marine Sanctuary With A Citizen Promaster Aqualand Depth Meter Watch

Citizen Eco-Drive Satellite Wave F100 Watch Review

There are three major collections of GPS satellite-controlled watch families currently available - all produced by the big three Japanese watch makers. They are the Citizen Eco-Drive Satellite Wave collection, Seiko Astron collection, and the Casio GPS/Atomic clock controlled hybrid watches such as the G-Shock…
Citizen Eco-Drive Satellite Wave F100 Watch Review

Citizen Promaster Altichron Cirrus Watch Hands-On

Do you remember the "new" Citizen Promaster Altichron watch that we presented last year? aBlogtoWatch went hands-on with the surprising 2013 Altichron re-release watch last year which was a modern take on a classic multi-sensor watch that originally came out in 1989.…
Citizen Promaster Altichron Cirrus Watch Hands-On

Citizen Eco-Drive Promaster Aqualand BJ2128-05E Depth Meter Watch Review

Citizen's newest Aqualand model takes a familiar movement and concept and dresses it up in an even nicer suit. That means a fresh and upgraded skin for an existing movement. This is one of the Eco-Drive Promaster collection's most useful timepieces, incorporating (among other features)…
Citizen Eco-Drive Promaster Aqualand BJ2128-05E Depth Meter Watch Review

Are Quality Japanese Mechanical Watch Movements As Good As Swiss Ones?

Hung N. from Virginia, USA asks: What is your opinion regarding the new entry level hacking and handwinding Japanese automatic movements from Seiko (4R35B or NH35A) and Citizen (Miyota 9015) compared to the Swiss ETA 2824? Obviously, the ETA movement READ MORE
Are Quality Japanese Mechanical Watch Movements As Good As Swiss Ones?

Top Ten Technically Important Electronic Watches

Until the 1950s, the wristwatch world was powered by springs... Winding one's watch was part of daily routine, as was adjusting it regularly to keep it accurate. But 1957 heralded change and the beginnings of a revolution that would fully materialize in the 1970s and…
Top Ten Technically Important Electronic Watches