Heh, I also hate 2 tone watches. Guess it was the black and gold that did it.
Polaco- sent you a PM.
It was well over 10 yrs old when bought it(from my 1st dive instructor) paid silly money for it but was a brilliant watch. Sadly it did start glitching out after a while, Got it checked out by Citizen who reckoned the chip/mother board was KO'd. The qouted repair bill was way too much for me at that time.
Left it in the back of my cupboard for more than a year and eventually gave it to a buddy, who wanted to buy it, for no charge(cause i thought it was f'd) After he changed the battery it worked again!
always nice to see....
G-9100 - Citizen Aqualand JP-2000
The Classic is still running as well but i have to change the batteries ; was actually my first dive watch i bought when i was still in the Marines , and when i started diving i used it a lot , especially during some (dry) caisson work
I have and regularly dive with the reissue. They are truly a tool watch of the highest order. With digital Day/date, 12/24hr time, Seconds, alarm, chronograph, dive log memory, depth alarm, rate of accent alarm and elapse time. Not to forget its truly classic dive watch look with those big lum indices and big orange minute hand, all under one bezel!
I put mine on Jurgenís Monster mesh and wear in everywhere! Dress or casual I done give a rip, itís my dive watch!
P.S. These watches were issued to the Royal Australian Clearance divers as well as used by many US Navy Seals and Salvage divers.
I just wondering...
Is the original version (C023, right?) more sought-after or the reissue JP2000?
How much a C023 NOS could be? (If there's a NOS for sale)
Sorry for noob questions.
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