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PostSubject: Citizen's new Tsuno Chronograph Racer and Cal.0100   Wed Mar 21, 2018 9:20 pm

Just seeing this Citizen news tonight. Wanted to make sure you guys did to.

First up is the Tsuno Chronograph Racer which takes you back to the 1973
original. But also adds a whole new feel at the same time with a new 45mm
stainless steel bullhead case, 200m WR, minute counter sub-dial at noon,
running seconds at 3 o'clock, hour counter at six, and power reserve at 9.
With horizontal striped white, blue, silver, or orange dials with luminous
hands, and markers, Eco-Drive movement, and sporty strap, and bracelet

Citizen looks to also be celebrating 100 years of watchmaking, and technology
by revealing their new Cal. 0100 Eco-Drive movement which has an annual
accuracy of +-1 second. It is a free standing, and isolated light powered quartz
movement, that is self-sustained. Keeping impressive accuracy without any
external timekeeping connections, or even satellite signals.

The Cal.0100 operates at 8.4Mhz, and together with a new specially designed
AT-cut quartz crystal, higher temperature, and shock resistance, and durability
operates at a frequency 256 times higher than a standard quartz. It's being used
in this new special hand crafted pocket watch that was modeled after a classic
1924 pocket watch. But will be used in regular Citizen watches very soon.

A Blog To Watch's link for you also with a ton more...

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