Arriving in a 37mm case size, the new rendition caters to all genders who want to sport a smaller watch, or have smaller wrists. From the stainless steel case, lume-filled indices and hands, and 200m of water resistance, to its underwater-friendly 4 o’clock screw-down crown, the watch is geared with all the necessary functions fit for enthusiasts and certified divers. Operating the pieces are Citizen’s own Eco-Drive E168 movement, a calibre that can be powered via any ambient light source, with a running time of up to 6 months once fully charged.
On land, the timepieces function just as well for everyday wear, complete with three colorways to choose from. Each version is paired with a complementing rubber strap, this includes a tonal one for the black colorway, and an electric blue strap for the reference with a deep blue dial and bezel. Meanwhile, the rose gold variation is presented with a silver-hued dial and bezel, alongside a beige-pink strap.
All three models will be available to shop via Citizen’s website starting June 5. The black and blue pieces are priced at $375 USD, while the rose-gold option will retail for $395 USD.
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