I just picked up a couple of the Citizen Promaster NY0040 200m divers from a well known ebayer and thought I would offer my own little review. I got the NY0040-17L (blue dial) and a NY0040-09W (luminous dial).
I'm just too damn lazy to take my own pic's today
41.8mm wide w/o crown
45mm including crown
47.5mm lug to lug
Movement - Citizen/Miyota 8203 automatic
So far the only one to get any real wrist time is the 09W (lume) so most of the review will be based on it.
Price - Averaged $73.50 each which was a bit below the average ebay price at the time. $95.50 is the "buy it now" average. So far I am pleased with the quality/value for the price.
Finish - Pretty nice at the price point. Bezel and top of case is brushed and is nice and even, remainder of case and crown is polished.
Dial/Hands - Pretty standard issue. Crisp clean and quite easy to read.
Lume - Pretty good. Charged it before bed and it was quite bright (sorry I don't have a Seiko Monster to compare it too as it seems to be the benchmark ) Woke up about 6 hours later (insomnia sucks) and the 09W dial was still bright enough to read (but see Cons).
Movement - From what I read, they are pretty decent works. I'll have to take the internet's word for it as I am not a movement guru and it must be true because so far, after 6 days, I have not lost/gained one second . Guess I'll have to wait till the end of the month to tell.
Lume - On the 09W, after 6 hours, was hard to read due to the dial lume. It probably would have been better to have used solid black hands as contrast to the lumed dial. The combination of the two and the inability of my eyes to work very well after just waking up made it impossible to read the time. EDIT - On the 17L, The lume is still readable after 6 hours (probably even longer but I haven't really timed it)
Case Back - While the finish and stampings are adequate, the back looks like it is plated and has an almost mottled look. Certainly adequate though.
Bezel - While it lines up perfectly to the indices and rotates smooth and evenly, it is quite loose and easy to turn. Also, if you put a little pressure on the top of it, there is some play between it and the case. This is quite noticeable. All of the above is the same for the 09W and the 17L. Not the end of the world but a little tighter would be nicer.
Day/Date - Text is a little small and dark but it does the job.
Movement - While I'm sure the movement is tried and true for the price range (still not a movement guru here ) it seems a bit gritty when setting the day and date. When the crown is unscrewed, the stem seems quite delicate (more so than my Seiko SKXA53 which seems quite solid) and has quite a bit of play.
Over all impression
I like it (them) .
They were bought as beaters and will certainly be worn as such. My only real disapointment with them is the "loose" bezels. No biggie... but.
I think I am going to pick up a bracelet for the blue one as that blue strap has to go
This is my first watch review so I hope I have covered enough "bases" for y'all.