Oversized? Really? Not all of us watch enthusiasts want a tiny sub 40mm watch. I have no issues pulling off those "massive" 44+ mm watches on my moderate 7" wrist. I think this looks pretty decent and if its in the 44mm or larger category I just might buy oneLooks good but I’d be really surprised if this wasn’t a 44-45mm watch. Citizen seems to be unable to jump off the oversized watch bandwagon unfortunately.
Green looks very interesting!The new Citizen Promaster Tough model’s are finally up on the US Citizen website. Thankfully they are only 42mm and have a sapphire crystal with a 2 piece monocoque case. They use the E168 Eco-Drive movement from their diver’s with a 6 month power reserve. I’m really considering getting one of these.
Here’s the description from the bracelet model:
Test the extremes with the brand new CITIZEN Promaster Tough series. Living up to its name, this timepiece features a monocoque case (2 piece construction resulting in no caseback) resulting in extreme rigidity, shock resistance and anti-magnetism. Super Titanium™ coating on a stainless steel case and bracelet allowing for anti-rust, scratch resistance, hypo-allergenic and 5X harder than stainless steel. Other features include, ISO compliancy, anti-reflective sapphire crystal, super LumiNova hands and markers and ability to function in extreme temperatures. Featuring our Eco-Drive technology – powered by light, any light. Never needs a battery. Caliber number E168.
Link to Promaster USA site: https://us.citizenwatch.com/us/en/promaster/