How do I identify my Citizen Eco Drive watch?

How do I identify my Citizen Eco Drive watch?

A case number—4 alphanumeric characters and 6 or more alphanumeric characters—is engraved on the case back. (Figure on the right) The first 4 characters of the case number represent the movement number of the watch. In the example on the right, “ ” is the movement number.

Why is my citizen eco drive stopped working?

If your Citizen Eco-drive watch isn’t working it means that the power reserve of your watch is getting low. Therefore, all you need to do is fully recharging the watch by exposing directly to the light.

Can citizen eco drive batteries be replaced?

Eco-Drive watches do not need batteries replaced.

How can I tell if my Citizen watch is real?

If at all possible check the watch band, genuine Citizen watch logos are engraved with a model no. Alternatively check that the Citizen logo is in the correct font and in the center of the case back.

How do you find the serial number on a watch?

Check the case back of the watch. The watch serial number may be on the back of the case, especially for modern watches. However, you will have to learn to differentiate between a serial number and a reference number, a model number.

How do I date my Citizen watch?

Dating a vintage Citizen watch is relatively straightforward when it has a serial number on the case back. The key is knowing which decade the watch was produced in, and the Movement Table is useful for determining that. The first three numbers in the serial are used for the date – the first number is the year.

Why is my Citizen Eco Drive watch losing time?

Answer: It may be because the time set on the watch is incorrect or the reference position of the hands on the watch is incorrect. Try to receive satellite signals manually to adjust the time. Check the leap second setting on the watch if the time is still incorrect even after the manual signal reception.