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Old 01-24-2017, 04:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I took one of my (several) watches to a local jeweler to get a new battery put in and decided to look at the Citizen watches they had on display.

One in particular grabbed me, It was the Citizen AW1465-14H.

I had the lady there remove it from the case and said (yes) I would take it.
I brought it home and found that after a days wear that the nylon/canvas band was not as comfortable at my stainless, leather, and silicone bands, as a matter of fact it was the least I likes.

I decided at that point to change out my strap with a stainless of the same width, but my wife said it didn't look as good.


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So needless to say I am back to the original (for now)

it is a 43mm case that is 12mm thick and in black
it has a basic mineral crystal slightly domed cover and night time glowing hands that look make it look sharp at night.

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over all I really like it and compared to my other watches that are more expensive (and some that are not)
I must say it was well worth the cash.
I can't really speak to the movement but it does have a screw down back, the crown however is not screw down it has a rating on 10bars and has a strap width of 20mm.


If you compare it to my comprable (in price) watch my
Armourlite Colorburst
it falls shy, but they are two different kinds of watches. My Armourlite has a screw down back and crown
it has a hardened case (crystal cover, Sapphire) and tritium on each number to make a good display in the dark as well as the minute and hours hands.

It also has lum paint on the numbers and on the tip of the second hand

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Tritium has the advantage of course but what type on your watch? T25 or T100?

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