Apologies if this has been asked already (wouldn't surprise me), but I did a search on the question, and got nuthin' (again, no surprise).
I just bought one of their solar-powered divers, the BN0151, and I'm really digging it, but have noticed some discrepancies in their advertising, and I was just curious.
So, the watch is marketed, and pretty plainly stated in their ads, to be a "diver", and their web page says,".... it is powered by light and never needs a battery, so you'll never need to open your caseback or compromise your dive again". (obviously referencing diving with it).
Yet, oddly, in the list of features, under 'Water resistance", it says, "swimming,showering,snorkeling". The obvious and easy answer here would be that they're just trying to cover themselves in case it floods on a dive, but that doesn't make any sense (rationally or ethically) for a watch advertised, and widely used, specifically as a dive watch. How can they market and label it as a dive watch, then pretty clearly state that it isn't (and all in the same ad) ?
You can see these contradictions here in their ad....https://www.citizenwatch.com/us/en/p...N0151-09L.html
Have they ever tried to weasel out of a warranty claim, based on the fact it was used while scuba diving ?
Any good info is much appreciated.....