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Seiko or Citizen.

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  1. 1. Do you prefer Seiko Or Citizen



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Do you prefer Citizen or Seiko.

Having a good few Citizen Eco drives, and a variety of Seikos I really don't know.....a couple of favourites of each......

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Seiko Kinetic

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Citizen Eco Drive perpetual calendar.

Any pics and opinions gratefully received .

Cheers:thumbsup:

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How can you ask such a question Roger my head is in bits now seiko citizen seiko citizen arghh its going to explode :wacko: 

 

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Just now, jsud2002 said:

How can you ask such a question Roger my head is in bits now seiko citizen seiko citizen arghh its going to explode :wacko: 

 

Tough decision John :yes:

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Guest Bruce

i like the vintage Citizens and Seiko's equally, but i think both have lost their way a bit design wise although Seiko wins for me, the modern Citizens are just a bit meh !!  just IMO of course

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I'm split on this one Rog. I have 4 Citizens, 3 Seikos, 2 Timex and a partridge in a pear tree. I suspect I'm in a similar situation to you. I have always preferred the oldet citizens. Out of the 2 brands now, I'm only really interested in the Chronograph ecodrives and the Seiko divers. Therefore in the interests of fairness I need to look fora new Casio, I had two which I sold and am on zero

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5 minutes ago, Muddy D said:

I have 4 Citizens, 3 Seikos, 2 Timex and a partridge in a pear tree

i tried the "partridge in a pear tree" but it pooped on my wrist :(

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Very close, but if pushed Seiko, but I don't want to be pushed :) 

So I did not vote :thumbsup:
Cheers Martin

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Have always just bought watches I like & seem to have far more Seiko than Citizen ones so on that basis Seiko gets my vote. :yes:

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I voted Citizen, mainly because my most special watch is a Citizen (you all know the one I'm sure :laugh:) But I do like a vintage Seiko too!

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Seiko or Citizen?... that's just too much of a question and wayyyy too difficult for me to answer a bit like "still or sparkling?" 

 

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I voted for Seiko, but to be honest there's not a lot in it, they are both excellent brands :thumbsup:

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Seiko for me too. They are the ones I tend to keep, although I hanker for a Citizen or a regular basis. They are unfortunately often too large - 44mm etc isn't the best size for many of us - and I don't hold on to them for that reason.

The Citizen RM is a good 'in despite the branding.

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Its an hard one but Seiko for general watches such as divers and non chrono and Citizen for chronographs although a lot of their features are over complicated

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