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At Baselworld 2017, the new Citizen Bluetooth Watch model was introduced. With its innovative design and ease of use, this new series has all the beauty of an analogue watch with the added convenience of a smartphone link. Just install the official app on your phone to link your watch and enjoy not only auto-time correction locally but to 316 cities across the world.

The incoming call, email, or SNS messages are notified with hand movement, sound, or vibration. But most of all, it features light-powered Eco-Drive technology that can generate power from any light source, artificial, natural and even dim light so no cable charging is necessary. Once you do a full charge, it will keep running for up to 4 years (on power save mode), freeing users from regular battery changes and daily cable charging.

Citizen Bluetooth Watch is charged from any kind of light. That means there is no need for replacing batteries or for cable-based charging. Citizen’s proprietary light-powered technology, Eco-Drive generates power from any kind of light -from sunlight to dim light – to drive the watch, storing surplus power in a rechargeable cell. On a single full charge it can run for up to six months in total darkness.

Citizen Eco-Drive Bluetooth Watch can link with a smartphone through the official app for Citizen Bluetooth Watch. This is a watch that combines the best of analogue and smart functionalities. When the watch is connected with a smartphone, the time on the watch automatically updates to the current time (home time). Plus just by touching the world map inside the app, the watch is then set to the time of the city selected (local time). The app covers 316 cities worldwide, including Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

The alarm of the watch can be simply and intuitively set from the app and can be set for a different time for every day of the week. Moreover, via sound, vibration, or hand movement, it lets a user know when there is an incoming call. The smart filter function can be used to specify which callers the trigger an incoming alert.