Citizen aqua land depth meter 2014 BN2029-01E
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    Citizen aqua land depth meter 2014 BN2029-01E

    I got this watch for 5 days. It is great design. You can call it "new ecozilla "555.
    It can start the meter for diving in 2 second after it touch with the water up to 70 m and it can alarm when you rise up fast more than 9m/secAttachment 1536458Attachment 1536456Name:  image.jpg
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Size:  159.7 KB. And it has the power reserve and can go to the 350 day after fully charged. It comes with the soft rubber strap .... It is not the water rubber that feel more comfort.
    *** now I don't know how to change the strap. I will try next time
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    Re: Citizen aqua land depth meter 2014 BN2029-01E

    That thing is ginormous. I've got dedicated diving computers smaller than that.

    Is it heavy?

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    Re: Citizen aqua land depth meter 2014 BN2029-01E

    If you have an ecozilla steel version. It is the same weight. I don't feel anything.
    But if you have altichron you will feel tired all day. I have an ecozilla and altichron so I can tell you.

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    Re: Citizen aqua land depth meter 2014 BN2029-01E

    Damn, what a beast. Striking design for sure. Makes even the Emperor Tuna look tiny by comparison.

    Maybe repost in the main Seiko/Citizen forum for more traffic.
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