Date:21 June 2016
To stay ahead of the times, CITIZEN enters into a new chapter of watchmaking craftsmanship by fusing leading-edge technologies with the pursuit of ideal beauty.
Since its foundation in 1930, CITIZEN has spearheaded a revolution of innovation in watchmaking. Among its prominent achievements is Eco-Drive, an original light driven technological breakthrough.
Progressive Eco-Drive technology harnesses the power of light – from any natural or artificial light source – and converts it into energy. This means it recharges continuously, so you’ll never have to replace a battery. Fewer batteries in the waste stream mean that you will be making a positive contribution towards saving our environment and creating a sustainable future.
Under the new brand statement “BETTER STARTS NOW”, Citizen has rapidly expanded its lineup of Eco-Drive watches with cutting-edge technologies. These include advanced satellite synchronised and radio-controlled models. And let’s not forget Super Titanium, a special material made by CITIZEN’s proprietary titanium processing and surface-hardening technology, Duratect. It is scratch-resistant (more than 5 times the hardness of stainless steel), lightweight, hypoallergenic and resistant to rusting. Citizen is giving you the chance to win one of two Super Titanium watches that are powered by Citizen’s revolutionary Eco-Drive technology.
For more information visit www.citizenwatches.co.za or connect with Citizen on Facebook.
To stand a chance of winning one of two Citizen watches, simply answer the following question: CITIZEN’s Super Titanium material is how many times harder than stainless steel?
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