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AW1410-16X_fullsize_1419883462.jpg AW1410-08E_fullsize_1419883284.jpg

Brand new releases from Citizen US. The only thing that turns me off a little bit is the case size- listed as 44mm, I fear this may be a little too big for a field/ military type watch. Other than that, they look amazing! I really dig the military green version. Thoughts?
 

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Look nice, hopefully that's 44mm w/ crown. Standard lug width would be nice also.
 
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Has anyone ordered one of these yet? Selling new online for about $170. Cannot decide if I would prefer the green or black.
 

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Has anyone ordered one of these yet? Selling new online for about $170. Cannot decide if I would prefer the green or black.
Jcpenney has these for $168 and they have a %15 off coupon. I ordered one to check it out. Going to compare it to the bm6401-58e I have on the way.
 
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If the case size is 44mm then no they have not improved on the BM6400 IMO

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Amazon is list the lug width as 22mm, but take that with a grain of salt. If that is the case I would have to guess 44mm might be the case width not including the crown.
 

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For those that are indeed wondering where the measurement is taken, I found this on Citizen USA's website. See the picture below, grabbed from Citizen's website, showing the watches dimensions.

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Hope this helps.

-Nathan
 

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i have seen the lugs labeled as 19, 21, and 22mm on various sites...
the citizen pic makes it kinda hard to tell if really 21 or 22.

can't wait for some real pics
 
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