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Reddit mentions of Citizen Men's JY0040-59L Blue/black Angels Skyhawk A-T Stainless Steel Eco-Drive Watch

Sentiment score: 3
Reddit mentions: 3

We found 3 Reddit mentions of Citizen Men's JY0040-59L Blue/black Angels Skyhawk A-T Stainless Steel Eco-Drive Watch. Here are the top ones.

Stainless steel watch with blue and yellow accents at slide-rule bezel and dial featuring multiple chronograph functions and digital day and date display48 mm stainless steel case with mineral dial windowJapanese quartz movement with digital displayStainless steel band with fold-over clasp with double push-button safetyWater resistant to 200 m (660 ft): In general, suitable for professional marine activity and serious surface water sports, but not scuba diving

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Found 3 comments on Citizen Men's JY0040-59L Blue/black Angels Skyhawk A-T Stainless Steel Eco-Drive Watch:

u/BakedPotatoTattoo ยท 8 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I can't warn against the Invicta watches enough. They are terrible built watches; hence the reason you see so many of the damn things on Amazon at rock-bottom prices.

Others in here have suggested Citizen, Skagen and Orient. I can vouch for the first two. I own 2 Citizens; A Citizen Blue Angel Skyhawk (which can also be found in the regular Skyhawk fashion as /u/HeadSnap mentioned), and a Citizen Eco-Drive Stainless Steel Sport. I love both of those watches; a word of warning, though, the face on the second Citizen is pretty sizable. The first I mentioned, the Blue Angel, is a smaller face, with lots of options for switching time zones and the like; great travelling watch! Citizen watches can take a beating; obviously not going to be as rugged as, say, a diving or climbing watch, but both my Citizens have had a few "run ins" with my clumsiness and general stupidity and are still going, and looking, strong. Please note that the Citizen stainless steel watches, like most of the sizes I listed above, have some weight and girth to them. But damn do I love mine!

I also own 2 Skagen watches: the Skagen multifunction steel face and leather band, and the Skagen Titanium Chronograph; neither of these qualify as the stainless steel watch you are looking for, but the quality of the watches is superb, especially for the price. NOTE: Skagen watches tend to be a very thin profile. While they look great, it may not be the look for everyone. I love mine due to them being versatile with everything from a suit to casual wear. Seek out a Skagen dealer to see if they are the watch for you. Edit: I am not so sure that the Skagen watches would fall under "BIFL". They have held up well for me, but due to the thinner profile definitely give off a more fragile vibe.

I bought a Orient watch for my father a few years ago, and he still wears it and swears by it. While I cannot personally vouch for it, I took a phone call from him while typing this out and he says it has given him no trouble. And he is hard on his stuff.

Again, I cannot stress staying away from Invicta strongly enough! They look, and feel, like a cheap chinese knockoff of major brands. I owned one and the damn thing literally fell apart after six weeks of wearing it twice.

u/KentuckyHouse ยท 2 pointsr/Watches

I believe this is the one OP posted.


I've got a Blue Angels variation of this same watch and absolutely love it (mine doesn't have the LCD screens, which are a very cool option on this watch).

u/rockchalkjayhawkKU ยท 1 pointr/pics

My husband had to sell his favorite watch, his iPad, and his aviation headset all in 2 months because he lost 50% of his income. It broke my heart to watch him give up things that were incredibly important to him. He owns 2 of the things again less than a year later. Things will get better. I hope you can get back to your passion sooner rather than later.