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    Re: Citizen BN0191-80L Eco-Drive Promaster Diver

    Noticed Citizen changed the specs for the size of the case on this watch. It originally said 43.4mm and now has grown to 44.5mm. Definitely too big for my wrist now.

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    Re: Citizen BN0191-80L Eco-Drive Promaster Diver

    Quote Originally Posted by mi6_ View Post
    Noticed Citizen changed the specs for the size of the case on this watch. It originally said 43.4mm and now has grown to 44.5mm. Definitely too big for my wrist now.

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    Does anyone know specifically the month of release?


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    Re: Citizen BN0191-80L Eco-Drive Promaster Diver

    Very nice looking watch, looking forward to checking this out.

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    Re: Citizen BN0191-80L Eco-Drive Promaster Diver

    Black Dial and rose gold too.

    BN0190-17e black dial on rubber


    Bn0190-82e black dial on bracelet



    BN0193 Rose gold rubber strap


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    Re: Citizen BN0191-80L Eco-Drive Promaster Diver

    ^^^^

    Those look great. The nearly 45mm size is too big for my little wrist unfortunately. This design has really grown on me.

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    Re: Citizen BN0191-80L Eco-Drive Promaster Diver

    Models are now listed on the US website. Glad to see these are being released in North America. They list the size as 45mm. Too big for me but I love the black model.

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    Re: Citizen BN0191-80L Eco-Drive Promaster Diver

    Oooooh. I like these. The blue one will be mine.

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    Re: Citizen BN0191-80L Eco-Drive Promaster Diver

    This model and the other variants are for sale on Duty Free Island and Ebay. Surprised to see that Citizen has gone to a new clasp on the stainless steel bracelet. It looks like a simpler stamped clasp with no wetsuit dive extension that I can see. One advantage is it's shorter length and has micro adjustment for perfect sizing. Dissapointed that they've gone away from the excellent Promaster ratcheting dive extension with the quality machined clasp especially when they are asking a bit more price wise. Looks like you need to put this on a rubber to wear it over a wetsuit (for those few who'd actually dive with it). Still I love the look of this model especially in black (I like it better than the blue one which is usually the opposite of my preference).

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    Citizen BN0191-80L Eco-Drive Promaster Diver

    I plan on buying one of these as soon as my source gets them back into stock, but I have one question for the forum.

    I have seen the watch with two different bracelet designations, but I see no difference between the two: BN0191-80L and BN0191-55L.

    Does anyone have any in-sight as to why it would be offered with differing designations? Would the same bracelet have different numbers based on the market for which it is intended?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Citizen BN0191-80L Eco-Drive Promaster Diver

    Quote Originally Posted by eelpie View Post
    I plan on buying one of these as soon as my source gets them back into stock, but I have one question for the forum.

    I have seen the watch with two different bracelet designations, but I see no difference between the two: BN0191-80L and BN0191-55L.

    Does anyone have any in-sight as to why it would be offered with differing designations? Would the same bracelet have different numbers based on the market for which it is intended?

    Thank you.
    Probably the exact same watch. Both Citizen and Seiko give their watches unique model numbers depending on what region the watch is sold in. Often watches sold in Japan have a different model number than those sold in Europe or North America despite being the same watch.

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