Citizen Men’s BJ7000-52E “Nighthawk” Stainless Steel Eco-Drive Watch

April 9, 2014 - Comment

A serious timepiece for the serious watch collector, the Citizen BJ7000-52E stainless steel men’s watch offers powerful timekeeping functions for your favorite aeronaut. The large round watch case measures approximately 43mm in diameter. It has a thin silver bezel the houses a black dial with a pilot’s inner rotating slide rule bezel, which is operated

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A serious timepiece for the serious watch collector, the Citizen BJ7000-52E stainless steel men’s watch offers powerful timekeeping functions for your favorite aeronaut. The large round watch case measures approximately 43mm in diameter. It has a thin silver bezel the houses a black dial with a pilot’s inner rotating slide rule bezel, which is operated by the secondary crown at 8 o’clock. It has large luminous hands and markers for readability and low-light visibility and dual time (GMT) capability. The triple link bracelet band is composed of brushed silver stainless steel pieces, and it’s joined by a push-button folding safety clasp. Other features include a water resistance to 660 feet (200 meters), low-charge indicator window, power saver function, and a scratch-resistant, non-reflective mineral crystal.

Summary of Features:

Pilot’s slide rule inner chapter ring operated by crown at 8 o’clock position Non-reflective mineral crystal Large luminous markers for easy readability Dual time

Product Features

  • With its sleek, attractive design and myriad high-tech features, this Citizen “Nighthawk” watch pushes the boundaries of timepiece technology.
  • Light-powered Eco-Drive Japanese Quartz movement charges in natural or indoor light while durable, hardened non-reflective mineral crystal protects dial
  • Features include low charge warning, quick-start ability, incandescent light, luminous hands and time markers, dual-time function, and date feature at three o’clock position
  • Performs flight calculations with pilot’s slide rule inner bezel ring operated by crown at eight o’clock
  • Water-resistant to 200 m (660 feet)

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Comments

Olaf Johnson says:

Eco-Friendly Watch That Calculates Fuel Consumption, Speed, Arrival time etc…, Sweet watch, I’ve been wearing mine for 4 months.I’m an Environmental Engineering Student and I also currently own an Omega Speedmaster ($2100 graduation gift long ago) and a Titanium Pro-Trek Casio Triple Sensor Watch (Compass, Altimeter & Temperature $295.00) that I used for my previous job as an outdoors wilderness instructor.Both those watches are extreme (the Casio being too rugged, big and bulky the Omega being very freaking expensive) for everyday use and wanted something that suited my keen personality, short budget and modern taste.I never liked anything in terms of jewelry or watches from department stores or malls, but when I walked into MACY’s during Christmas shopping last december at the local mall I saw these Eco-Drive watches for the first time.It has always been my opinion that Citizen makes very old fashioned timepieces, yet the Nighthawk Eco-Drive is very different and far more classy than any other Citizen watch on…

jcazz says:

Very nice watch, looks great, wears well! I’ve got a small collection of watches (Citizen, Seiko, Orient, Accutron, & Casio), and I’ve had another eco-drive since around 2002 which is showing its age. I recently bought an Orient Blue Mako, so I wasn’t really looking to buy another watch. But this kept catching my eye and I kept finding nothing buy positive reviews so I gave in to temptation.The watch arrived quickly and my first impressions were very positive. The face is very complex on first glance, but you quickly note the position of the main hour & minute hand and “get” the time very quickly. You can really stare up close at the dial though, there is a ton of detail (more on this in a bit). Overall the “look” of this watch is very appealing. I didn’t mention I bought to my wife, and the first night I was wearing it she took a long look and said, “That’s a really good looking watch. I really like that” (she normally doesn’t pay any attention to my watches. She liked the way it…

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