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Thread: Citizen Promaster Navihawk

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    Citizen Promaster Navihawk

    Afternooon everyone

    Happy Friday! Does anyone own a Navihawk as per the link below? I have chance to order one as an anniversary gift through work, just wanting to get some input from any owners on the forum?

    https://www.citizenwatch.com/us/en/p...Y8030-83E.html

    HAGWE folks

    Andrew

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    I donít have one but as I understand it they are not the easiest watch to operate as they have lots of functions. Other than that the are a Citizen so good quality is to be expected.

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    Cheers.

    It wouldnít be top of my list to spend my own money on but does fit the bill as Iím travelling a lot these days so those features appeal to me.

    Will give it a go and report back

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    Quick update. Had the watch just over a week now, good weight, great quality. Bracelet a little over bright for my taste but comes on a nice deployment

    Been using the features during quick trip to EU this week, easy to alter timezone and have dual time zones.

    Overall very impressed and is a great all round watch
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    Now that looks complicated!

    Sent from my CLT-L09 using Tapatalk

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    Honestly, itís easy. Crown position dictates access to different features, altered through rotating the crown. Then top and bottom pushers cycle / select.

    Dial is busy but legible. For a traveller lots of options.

    Probably still would t part with my hard earned, mechanical GMT would be preferable but as it was a gift itís very capable and Iím enjoying wearing it - certainly different to rest of my watches

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