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The Citizen Gent's World Time AT9010-52E Eco-Drive Watch is definitely one of the best looking watches out there with its balanced aesthetics and even has an abundance of features and functions for an all-round performance combined with excellence. The technology applied to this timepiece is pretty impressive and you can look forward to getting it in the store.

This Men's World Time watch is bold and masculine, and comes with a large, stainless steel case that includes a bracelet strap to use during sessions that require a lot of activity. It has a look that is suitable for both the office and/or casual wear. 

 

When you first get it, you can see that it sits inside case with a black dial. The orange detail can be seen which makes it look both sporty and classy. There is also the World Time A-T radio-controlled feature that syncs up in North America, United Kingdom, Europe, Japan, and China. It keeps time in 26 different time zones with the atomic clock synchronization and has a superior accuracy for any type of watch. Not only that, it features a perpetual calendar which can also switch between a primary and a secondary time zone.

 

Other features found are the glowing hands, a date display, day display and a 24 hour display. Also, this watch is quite durable as it offers the sapphire glass crystal which is scratch proof.

 

A great watch to have, that has all the features a man might need. It is an all-around and classic timepiece, one worth getting.

 


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sarah

This is beautiful! Can anyone explain to me how the radio controlled accurate time keeping works? I know that Citizen has the best version of this but I can't figure out exactly how it works.

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Guest Tom

The radio controlled is explained in the manual, go to the "setting instructions" below the watch picture and download the manual.

 

http://www.citizenwatch.com/en-us/watches/watch-detail/?model=AT9010-52E#filters=9010-52E

 

Page 48, says there are 3 ways the radio signals are synced up; automatic, on demand, and recovery.  Basically, every night at 2 AM, the time is synched up in automatic mode.  The next page says that if the signal is not received, the time can be off up to 15 seconds per month.

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