Citizen By0074-50e Radio Controlled Watch

The radio-controlled chronograph male watch BY0074-50E launched by CITIZEN is one of the models worn by the spokesperson Takeshi Kaneshiro. In addition to wearing on the latest image draft by the Takeshi Kaneshiro wearing a British suit, he attended the movie ‘Martial Art’ At the meeting, it was publicly clarified that before marrying his left hand, he couldn’t help showing his watch to the media. BY0074-50E is a titanium watch model received by the world’s five radio stations. It is not only lightweight, but also powerful and practical.

 BY0074-50E is equipped with a full-featured five-powered radio-powered movement H610, which can receive the ‘standard time’ radio waves from the radio tower to automatically correct the watch time. Eco-Drive technology allows the watch to obtain an endless stream of energy. With the rotation of the faucet to select a city, you can adjust the date and time of the 26 cities in the world, plus perpetual calendar, alarm, stopwatch timing, JIS1 type antimagnetic, impact detection, pointer correction and other functions, highlighting the light kinetic energy wave Watches are good at meeting the exact needs of watches.
 In addition to its rich interior, the BY0074-50E looks elegant and stylish, with a three-dimensional silver scale on the black-faced dial of the style, with fluorescent scale and pointer display, which shows the taste of a modern metropolis gentleman. The material is made of sturdy, wear-resistant and light-weight titanium. It is equipped with sapphire crystal glass and 10-bar water resistance. From function, appearance to material, it is the most correct and environmentally friendly for men of fashion. time!

Model: BY0074-50E
Case: Titanium case / DLC frame treatment
Strap: titanium strap
Waterproof: 10 bar
Mirror: Sapphire glass
Drive: light kinetic energy (4 years if fully charged)
Features: Global five stations radio wave reception / stopwatch timing / perpetual calendar / world time / JIS1 type anti-magnetic / impact detection / pointer correction