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Citizen Titanium Eco Drive Chronograph--Lightwieght. Goes to 200 ft. Reasonably priced.

My wife has bought me a few different Citizen Chronograph watches over the last 7 years. Best watches I have ever had and more than I would spend on a watch, but the quality of them is good.

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