Citizen has placed a focus on craftsmanship since 1924 when the brand launched its first timepiece, and that legacy continues with the delivery of the Citizen Tsuyosa model. The watch is an immediate head-turner elevated by its vintage-inspired, jewel-toned colorways that provide a retro visual appeal. This throwback vintage aesthetic has taken over the street style scene, and it’s effortlessly balanced with modern design features, such as the Tsuyosa’s slim, sports-style, silhouette.
The word “Tsuyosa” directly translates to “strength” in Japanese, and this model is strengthened by its Cal.8210 in-house manufactured automatic movement. This signature Citizen movement is visible from the case-back and provides every timepiece with 40 hours of power reserve. Whether powered by an automatic movement, like the Tsuyosa, or by light with the brand’s signature Eco-Drive technology, a Citizen watch is as sustainable as it is stylish and versatile.
Aesthetic elements of the Tsuyosa include a silver-tone stainless steel brushed and polished case and bracelet. The dial displays a sunray pattern while a magnified lens is set over the date window at 3 o’clock, providing another distinct accent to the piece. The timepiece’s crown is set at the 4 o’clock position, giving the watch a sleeker shape, while the integrated bracelet’s links are subtly curved for a more classic feel, making it a go-to accessory no matter where you’re headed.
The Tsuyosa’s five vibrant colorways include blue, yellow, turquoise, green, and black — an array of hues that can be dressed up or down with a variety of looks. The muted black colorway can act as a foil for bolder, print-heavy pieces, such as printed puffer jackets or patterned sweaters. While the brighter Tsuyosa iterations add a striking pop of color to more casual or laidback ensembles, proving the model’s potential for endless sartorial combinations.
Visit Citizen’s website to learn more and shop the Tsuyosa Collection.