Promaster 200m Diver | Sport Diver
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Promaster 200m Diver in Grey Ion-Plated Stainless Steel

Citizen Watch America

Proof that a dive watch can be fun & functional with the CITIZEN ISO-compliant Promaster Diver. With Eco-Drive technology, it is powered by light and never needs a battery, so you'll never need to open your caseback or compromise your dive again. Featured in a grey ion-plated stainless steel case with stainless steel bracelet, grey aluminum bezel and matching grey dial, one-way rotating elapsed time and WR200. Featuring our Eco-Drive technology – powered by light, any light. Never needs a battery.

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The CITIZEN ISO-compliant Promaster Diver is proof that a dive watch can be fun and functional. With Eco-Drive technology, it’s powered by light and never needs a battery, so you’ll never need to open your caseback or compromise your dive again. Featured in a grey ion-plated stainless steel case with stainless steel bracelet, grey aluminum bezel and matching grey dial, one-way rotating elapsed time and WR200.

Swim to the greatest depths wearing a Promaster Dive timepiece featuring ISO compliance with depths of up to 200 meters. Citizen Promaster captures the imagination of sports professionals, avid adventurers and weekend warriors around the world with highly functional sport and adventure watches. Embodying the spirit of GO BEYOND, Citizen Promaster includes three core values: functionality, durability and safety.

It starts with a simple, yet revolutionary concept: a watch that never needs a battery. In 1976, Citizen invented the world's first light-powered analog quartz watch that runs using only light as a power source. Known as Eco-Crive, this technology generates power from any light source -- artificial, natural, and even dim light -- to keep watches running without ever replacing batteries. Eco-Drive represents both Citizen’s technological achievements and our concern for the natural environment.

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