The Citizen Promaster Aqualand Depth Meter 2014 is here
Citizen, at Baselworld 2014, has drawn visitor's attention mainly on the Citizen Satellite Wave F100, a new satellite watch and a challenger to its japanese competitor's model, the Seiko Astron GPS Solar (here is our review). Citizen, meanwhile, is revamping the Promaster collection and has debuted the final version of its Altichron Cirrus Limited Edition model and, moreover, the new cool Citizen Promaster Aqualand Depth Meter 2014, its professional diving watch equipped with a depth meter.
The Citizen Promaster Aqualand Depth Meter 2014 is following up the design trend introduced last year with the Citizen Promaster Altichron (here our in-depth review). It boasts a massive 52,5mm wide and 18,4mm thick stainless steel case, a unidirectional rotating bezel, a full analog hour and functions visualization and is powered by an Eco-Drive movement which ensures 330 days of power reserve.
The depth meter device registers up to 70mt of maximum depth and stores the deepest one acheived during diving. The Citizen Promaster Aqualand Depth Meter 2014 ref.BN2024-05E is ISO 6425 compliant and retails for 590€. We can't wait to make ours one of them and, as soon as we get one (very soon), we will review it on Horbiter. Update: Read our hands On review of the Citizen Promaster Aqualand Depth Meter 2014 ref. BN2024-05E by clicking here.
(Photo credit: courtesy of Citizen)
Gaetano C. @Horbiter®