Promaster Aqualand Depth Meter

Ready, Set, Dive.

CITIZEN® Promaster Aqualand 200 Depth Meter watch with 70M depth display, ISO compliant, 8h pusher maximum depth and 10h pusher reset, power reserve indicator and auto start dive mode you won’t want anything else when headed to the ocean. Stainless steel case compliments the black polyurethane strap and black dial. Good Design as awarded by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design. Featuring our Eco-Drive technology – powered by light, any light.

Since its launch in 1989, Promaster has been the preferred watch brand among professionals such as scuba divers because it offers superior functions and it can handle the deepest, toughest challenges for various activities

 

WATCH FEATURES

  • Movement: Eco-Drive J250
  • Functions: Depth Meter
  • Band: Black polyurethane Strap, Buckle
  • Case Size: 53mm
  • Case Material: Silver-Tone Stainless Steel, Ratcheted Elapsed-Time Bezel
  • Crystal: Anti-Reflective Mineral Crystal
  • Water Resistance: 200M/20Bar   / Scuba Diving

 

WHAT BLOGGERS SAY ABOUT CITIZEN PROMASTER AQUALAND DEPTH METER?

 

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” What makes the Citizen Promaster Aqualand particularly usable to me for diving are two unique features that are most commonly found in either dive computers or mechanical watches ten times the price of this one: a depth gauge with indication of current depth and max depth.

Additionally, a wonderful feature of the Citizen Promaster Aqualand Depth Meter is the fast ascent indicator. Essentially, the watch will automatically start beeping (which one can hear easily underwater) whenever your ascent speed is greater than 33 feet (10 meters) per minute. This is a feature I activated more than a few times during my second dive, when the weather was inclement and thus the visibility was terrible, and even at 30 and 40 feet, the waves on the surface would affect the deeper waters. Moving up and down was not infrequent as we tried to move to areas with less coral and making sure we stayed far from the fragile marine life.”

 

Read full review from:

– A BLOG TO WATCH http://www.ablogtowatch.com/diving-key-largo-marine-sanctuary-citizen-promaster-aqualand-depth-meter-watch/


 

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“While most recreational divers have a tendency to plan dives with no-decompression stops, having the knowledge that you just need that decompression stop easily during a dive makes for a safer experience. And while I recognize that a modern dive computer will easily give you this information and much more, there remain two truths that make the Citizen an excellent companion for me.

Most dive computers have multiple dials with tons of information, including air reserve and compass, which are two vital pieces of info when diving; I therefore am inclined to use the computer primarily for these tips first. Second, dive computers are fairly useless if they run out of juice and demand batteries. So while not a mechanical device and consequently not a true substitute secondary source of information, the Citizen rechargeable Eco Drive technology makes for a superb fault-tolerant secondary source for me.”

 

Read full review from:

– THE WATCH GUY  http://www.thatwatchguy.com/citizen-promaster-aqualand-review/


 

 

“My show tell over the CITIZEN Eco-Drive Promaster Aqualand Depth Meter BN2024-05E.”

– Peter Alexander Manthos


 

Citizen PROMASTER AQUALAND DEPTH METER is available in the Philippines:

  • Citizen Shop SM Makati
  • The Watch Store SM Cebu
  • Tempus Centrio Mall
  • Montre SM North Edsa The Annex
  • No Curfew (SM City Lipa, SM City Cagayan De Oro, SM City Davao, SM City Iloilo, KCC Mall of Gensan, and Ayala Center)

 

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