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Elwood
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Citizen by the sea

on Sat Jun 17 2017, 21:22
I went to the Weston Supermare Air Show today. You watch the air displays from the beach and I was with the kids so knew I'd get covered in sand so on a hot day like today, there was only one watch I considered. Citizen Skyhawk, tough, durable and solar powered. It got covered in sand, just like me though cleaned up fine. The best bit was this

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Re: Citizen by the sea

on Sat Jun 17 2017, 21:30
I like the dial and by that I mean how like how it is mad crazy to look at with so much going on .

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Re: Citizen by the sea

on Sat Jun 17 2017, 21:33
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I went to the Weston Supermare Air Show today. You watch the air displays from the beach and I was with the kids so knew I'd get covered in sand so on a hot day like today, there was only one watch I considered. Citizen Skyhawk, tough, durable and solar powered. It got covered in sand, just like me though cleaned up fine. The best bit was this

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sounds like a good day was had by all Very Happy

a cool watch too.......did you know Citizen do residential courses to teach you how to work them ? lol!
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Re: Citizen by the sea

on Sat Jun 17 2017, 22:03
Yes, took me years to understand most of the functions. God knows what bezel is up to.
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