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Amazon has the Citizen Men's JY0010-50E Eco-Drive "Skyhawk A-T" Titanium Watch for $501. Sign up to receive Fashion emails and get a 20% off coupon by email to reach $501 - 20% off at checkout - 10% off in cart = $351 with free shipping.

Features light-powered Eco-Drive Japanese Quartz movement, 99-minute countdown timer, world time (43 cities), Greenwich Mean Time display, and atomic timekeeping with radio-controlled accuracy.
Retail: $895

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    JediKnight Ben's cred: 655
    Posted 6:49 pm PST 03/3/14

    Screaming hot deal! Just bought for my son!

    Free 1 day shipping.

    69 reviews.
    4.4 out of 5 stars.

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    buy2go Ben's cred: 3
    Posted 3:08 am PST 03/4/14

    I have had citizen ecodrive for close to 10 years and it is still performing... payed close to $500,,This is a good deal.
    I love this watch.

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    buy2go Ben's cred: 3
    Posted 3:10 am PST 03/4/14

    buy2go wrote:
    I have had citizen blue angels for close to 10 years and it is still performing... payed close to $500,,This is a good deal. I love this watch.

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    ptcmini Ben's cred: 65
    Posted 4:20 am PST 03/4/14

    I've had mine for about three years. Bought it on a cruise ship for around $440. Great watch and titanium is incredible. Virtually in mint condition even though I wear it almost every day. Only negative for me is that it's not intuitive to change time zones, at least for me.

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    DEguy Ben's cred: 94
    Posted 5:29 am PST 03/4/14

    I've had a Citizen Eco Drive perpetual calendar watch for about 10 years, too. No problems. Bought it on Ebay as a store display unit with box, papers, warranty, etc. for $90. I've forgotten exactly what it listed for then but the price was ridiculous.
    Watches, like point-and-shoot cameras and separate GPS units are rarely needed by young people now who just use their smart phones.

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    JediKnight Ben's cred: 655
    Posted 7:27 am PST 03/4/14

    This is a similar watch with a blue face but not as good a deal for $439:

    Citizen Blue Angels Skyhawk A-T Mens Watch JY0050-55L

    http://www.jomashop.com/citizen-skyhawk-jy0050-55l.html

    Sign up for Jomashop and receive $20 off and free shipping.

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    gthgr8t Ben's cred: 30
    Posted 6:20 pm PST 03/4/14

    does anybody really know what time it is?
    DOES ANYBODY REALLY CARE?
    Who feels that a watch is so important that you have to drop a $350 note to keep track of it, or do these "customers" buy them to impress other people?

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3748
    Posted 6:34 pm PST 03/4/14

    ^ Yes you're either a pilot, watch collector, want some bling, or can't resist a large discount to buy this... gifting aside.

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 228
    Posted 9:39 am PST 03/6/14

    Clock bracelets are old school...

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    davyator Ben's cred: 8
    Posted 11:36 pm PST 03/6/14

    OK. Here is what I did. I signed up for the 20% discount and applied that. I signed up for the $200 off the first $500 purchase with the SonyCard and used that. And, I threw in a matching watch for the wife (so she won't be too angry with me buying a watch for myself). Wink I popped on the blue dial for closer to $600, and my wife's watch was closer to $90ish. The out-the-door was around $515 after applying the 10% and 20% discounts. And, the total bill for over $1,000 in retail value of Citizen Eco Drive (his and her) watches will be right at $315. It will take 2 to 3 months to see if SonyCard really applies the $200 credit as promised. But, that will be a deal if it all works, don't you think?

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    davyator Ben's cred: 8
    Posted 11:39 pm PST 03/6/14

    Oh, and it is 0% APR on the SonyCard for the first X months, so I will probably make the minimum payments until the $200 credit is applied. So, I won't pay any interest. And, I won't ever have to shell the full $500. I'll just pay off the remaining balance shortly after the $200 is credited back to the card. Pretty elegant. Thanks Ben's Bargains for planting the idea in my head!

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