Citizen Watch Co. Releases First Eco-Drive Ladies' Atomic Timekeeping Watch
LYNDHURST, N.J., Aug. 7, 2013
LYNDHURST, N.J., Aug. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Citizen Watch Company of
America, Inc. (COA) is proud to launch its first ever ladies' timepiece with
Atomic Timekeeping Technology. Recognized for its eco-friendly, light-powered
watches that never need a battery, CITIZEN is also lauded for its highly
advanced watch technology that up until recently was only prominent in men's
This watch, aptly named the Ladies' World Time A-T, is perfect for the
sophisticated woman on the go who also is an international trendsetter.
Radio-controlled in North America, United Kingdom, Europe, Japan and China,
the World Time A-T keeps time in 26 time zones and features a perpetual
calendar, power reserve indicator, alarm, and is water resistant to 100
meters. The World Time A-T also features dual time; letting the wearer
effortlessly switch between the primary and secondary time zone with ease,
making it the perfect timepiece for the stylish world traveler.
These fashionable timepieces come in either a bracelet or leather strap
version, with bright color pops accented on the dial and some also feature
Jeffrey Cohen, President of Citizen Watch Company of America, Inc. remarked,
"We are thrilled to introduce our first ladies' timepiece with Atomic
Timekeeping. This collection is a stylish accessory for the fashionable woman
who travels the globe."
CITIZEN holds the leading position in the mid-priced watch market in the
United States, setting itself apart from its competitors with its ecologically
friendly Eco-Drive technology. Utilizing the power of light, Citizen
Eco-Drive technology converts light into stored energy to power a watch for at
least six months, even in the dark. Fueled by light. Any light. A watch that
never needs a battery.
Citizen Eco-Drive watches are available nationwide in fine jewelry and
department stores. For further information, please visit www.citizenwatch.com.
SOURCE Citizen Watch Company of America, Inc.
Contact: Ellen Seckler, firstname.lastname@example.org, (201) 806-8227, or Dana
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