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Hello all,
I know that the luminous stuff has been beaten to death and I have searched around to see what kind of material Citizen used on the A-T but can't find any answer. I do know that the A-T's markers are better than the 2G Skyhawks. Is it a derivative of Lumibrite (SL, etc)? I appreciate any replies or even links to previous post if possible. Thanks.
 

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Citizen uses its own proprietary non-radioactive luminous compound called Natulite. It works similarly to Lumbrite and luminova.
 

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We are unfamiliar with the term "natulite". The referenced "N" on the dial simply represents "no radioactive materials", hence the "N". Radioactive materials have not been used in COA models since 1998.

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