Get the Citizen Dive Watch from the renowned leader!
Citizen Watch Company a renowned leader for dive watches which was established in 1924, is the largest watchmaker in the world. Recognized for technological advances and Citizen introduced the worlds first professional dive watch with an electronic depth sensor.
Some of the features of Citizen Diving Watches include personal computer interface capabilities for the Hyper Aqualand Divers watches, world time, multiple alarms, built- in altitude & thermometer sensors, solar power and full titanium models and more.
Promaster is Citizen's high-tech range of divers watches, incorporating leading edge technology in timekeeping and unique functions, harnessed within durable timepieces enhanced by stylish designs. Citizen's Diver watches are world renowned track record for precision, and reliability no matter how unforgiving the conditions can be found in all Promaster models.
The Aqualand series is the world's first professional diving watch with depth display. Its sensor works efficiently under high pressure. It can detect minute changes in water pressure and translate them into precise readings. Protected by rugged steel case, the sensor lies under a specially ducted cover. Water presses on the sensor without penetrating the timepiece. The tough Aqualand sea sports series is water resistant to 200 meters.
The citizens Diving Watch Promaster's Hyper Aqualand series, keen divers can keep detailed records of their dives with the revolutionary Data Transfer System which enables data to be transferred to a personal computer for hard copy print-out.
Another great invention by Citizen is the Eco-Drive is the time keeper of the future. A watch that is powered by light from any source (both solar and artificial). Light is captured and converted into energy through the solar panel on the dial and stored in a secondary battery. This battery never needs to be replaced. The economic use of light, even minimal light, is the technical marvel that makes Eco-Drive one of the best watches in the market today.