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Get in the Metal with the New Forza Super Titanium™ Collection from Citizen

The world of integrated bracelets is getting three new offerings from Citizen with the introduction of the Forza Super TitaniumCollection. Named after the Italian word for “strength,” the collection utilizes Citizen’s proprietary Super Titanium™ to deliver a lighter and tougher novelty than traditional stainless steel. The collection contains three lines: Citizen Forza Super Titanium™ Chrono, Citizen Forza Super Titanium™ Three-hand, and the Citizen Forza Super Titanium™ Mechanical. Each watch runs on either a Citizen Eco-Drive movement or the Citizen Cal. 8213. in the case of the Forza Mechanical. 

All three watches share a case design, constructed through Citizen’s proprietary Super Titanium™ and Citizen’s surface-hardening technology, Duratect. These innovations make the pieces 40% lighter than stainless steel and five times harder. The case contrasts a polished bezel and chamfers with brushed surfaces and sapphire crystals. Lastly, the integrated bracelet features brushed, tapering Y-shape links with a folding clasp, maximizing sleek shape and comfort. Every piece in the Forza Super Titanium™ collection has 100m water resistance, meaning this watch can dress up or be the perfect adventure companion. 

The Forza Super Titaniumcollection is united under the same well-built case. The differences between each line are also intentionally built for performance and style. The Chrono comes in White, Light Blue, or Salmon colors with recessed black subdials and matching tachymeter ring. A framed date at the 4:30 mark adds another level of useful information in an easy-to-read, subtle setting. The Chrono uses Citizen’s Eco-Drive movement, harnessing the power of light to stay running accurately for up to 9 months on a full charge. The 42.5 mm Citizen Forza Super Titanium Chrono starts at $625 and sits 11.5 mm on the wrist, making it a neat addition for Chronograph lovers.

The Forza Super TitaniumThree-hand is also powered by the exceptional Eco-Drive movement, but that’s where the similarities end. At 39 mm in diameter and 10 mm thick, the watch sits a bit smaller than its Chronograph sibling. The pieces are available in blue, green, and white dials with a black chapter ring circling the green and blue editions. A day and date display at 3 o’clock adds a subtle complication with clean black text on a white background. The Forza Super TitaniumThree-hand starts at $495, making it the most affordable of the collection.

The Forza Super TitaniumMechanical is the literal definition of last, but not least. In similar green, white, and blue colors to the Three-hand, the Mechanical is powered by the in-house Citizen Cal. 8213 automatic movement allowing full view of the 21 jewels through the transparent caseback. The movement offers a 45-hour power reserve through automatic or hand winding. The Mechanical Case diameter comes in at 40.5 mm and 11 mm thick. With a color-matched small seconds sub-dial, the Forza Super TitaniumMechanical comes in $625.

Each watch in the Forza Super Titaniumcollection offers luminous hands and hour markers, allowing for easy time-telling at any hour of the day. Encased in Citizen’s Super Titanium™, these new pieces will be great additions to any enthusiast’s collection. Each line has their own unique strengths, so check out the full collection on the Citizen site today. 

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