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Citizen Promaster 'Ecozilla'. BJ8050-08E.

A beast of a watch, this thing is huge! The one below is the stainless steel version, but it was also made in titanium, presumably to cut down on the weight, and uses the B873 Eco-drive movement. There was also an auto version, again in titanium. The stats. are pretty impressive/silly, depending on your point of view. The case is 48mm in diameter and 19mm thick. The curved mineral AR crystal is 6mm thick. It weighs just over 255g (9.02oz) with the official bracelet, less on the more common rubber strap. 300m WR and blue lume with a green bezel pip. The screw down crown is on the left hand side, and the outer bezel ring is removable. At first, I thought it was holding the inner numbered bezel in place, but it turns out it's to facilitate cleaning sand and other dirt from beneath it after diving. It comes in a pretty impressive soft padded box, complete with tools for changing the bracelet if so desired.


19mm thick (3/4").

Citizen 'Ecozilla'

Seen here with the outer bezel ring unscrewed.

Citizen 'Ecozilla' bezel ring removed

Citizen Ecozilla, weight.

Citizen 'Ecozilla' lume.

Citizen 'Ecozilla' box

Citizen 'Ecozilla' in box

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