Introducing: The Citizen Eco-Drive Professional Diver 1,000M Ref. BN7020-09
The Citizen Eco-Drive Professional Diver 1,000M Ref. BN7020-09.
Water pressure at 1,000 meters is outrageous. The most exceedingly terrible peacetime submarine catastrophe in U.S. maritime history, the deficiency of the atomic assault submarine Thresher, happened at around 700 meters, when the submarine’s pressing factor structure fizzled during an uncontrolled plummet. The submarine’s structure collapsed in under a 10th of a second.
The Citizen Eco-Drive Professional Diver 1,000M is intended to endure significantly more noteworthy pressing factors. Likewise, it’s fitted with a locking framework for the bezel, with a visual sign to show when the circumstance bezel is opened; in the present condition, a piece of orange shading shows that the bezel is allowed to move. There is a comparable sign to show if the crown is unscrewed. The case is produced using Citizen’s “Super Titanium” compound, solidified to give better scratch resistance.
This isn’t the initial 1,000 meter evaluated plunge watch from Citizen – the mechanical NH6931-06E 1,000 Meter Professional Diver Automatic Watch is an illustration of Citizen’s ability in making jump watches – yet it is the main Eco-Drive jumper’s watch from Citizen to have the option to endure such boundaries of pressure.
Even from the side you can tell this is one genuine watch.
Price at dispatch will be about $2,300 and you can hope to see them become accessible this summer.
The Citizen Eco-Drive Professional Diver 1,000M: development, Eco-Drive type J210; evaluated precision ±15 seconds out of every month. Case: “Super Titanium” 1,000 meters water safe, with helium get away from valve. About 52.5mm x 21.4mm.
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