Introducing the Citizen PROMASTER Eco-Drive Professional Diver 1000m

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When it comes to light-powered quartz watches, no one does it better than Citizen. The Japanese behemoth has spent decades honing its light-powered technology, which it first introduced in 1976—the year that marked the release of the Citizen Cryston. The capacity of these watches has grown by leaps and bounds over the years.Citizen Eco-Drive Professional Diver 1000M - 4

Citizen is also known for its tool watches, specifically those within the PROMASTER range. These timepieces are often designed to withstand extreme, punishing conditions, and they’re incredibly popular with tool-watch enthusiasts. For Baselworld, Citizen has unveiled its latest in the collection—introducing the PROMASTER Eco-Drive Professional Diver 1000m, a beast of a dive watch (ISO-rated) that also holds the distinction of being the first light-powered 1000m diver.Citizen Eco-Drive Professional Diver 1000M - 3This watch is enormous, no two ways about it. It measures 52.5mm wide and 21.4mm thick, so you either have Stallone-sized wrists or you have to be okay with a deliberately enormous watch. But sizing aside, the rest of the specs are solid. The case is made of Super Titanium, Citizen’s proprietary hardened alloy. There’s a helium escape valve at 10 o’clock. The rotating bezel comes with a locking mechanism—color-coded with orange indicating that it’s come undone. And the Citizen cal. J210 movement is accurate to within 15 seconds a month, runs for about two-and-a-half years on a full charge, and comes with a power reserve indicator shown through the dial.Citizen Eco-Drive Professional Diver 1000M - 2All in all, this is a cool piece that is likely untenable for most, but one that is still worth noting for what it achieves. The Citizen PROMASTER Eco-Drive Professional Diver 1000m is slated for release this summer at an expected MSRP of $2,300.

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Ilya is worn&wound's Managing Editor and Video Producer. He believes that when it comes to watches, quality, simplicity and functionality are king. This may very well explain his love for German and military-inspired watches. In addition to watches, Ilya brings an encyclopedic knowledge of leather, denim and all things related to menswear.
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  • goju1

    A Japanese Ploprof? Well, it’s chunky!

  • Darth Soros

    I really like the watch, but the PR indicator is just idiotic on a watch that’s charged for 2.5 years from a single charge.

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