Mens Citizen Eco-drive Chrono Perpetual A-T Radio Controlled Alarm Chronograph Stainless Steel Watch AT4000-02E

AT4000-02E

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4.95/5 Based on 109 customer reviews

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This Citizen Chrono Perpetual A-T AT4000-02E is a super very impressive Gents watch, with a stainless steel case and silver touches on the dial. This fantastic and intelligent mens watch features date and month functions, chronograph, tachymeter, radio control, 200 metres water resistancy and alarm function. The watch is powered with the Citizen eco-drive movement.

The timepiece will receive radio signals both automatically and on-demand. Both the time and calendar will update based on a chosen radio controlled time zone (LAX, DEN, CHI, NYC or LON) and provided you are within that radio signal zone.

We ship it with an original box and a guarantee from the manufacturer.

  • Brand: Citizen
  • Gender: Gents
  • Model Name: Chrono Perpetual A-T
  • Movement Source: Japanese
  • EAN: 4974374215246
  • Guarantee: 5 years
  • Packaging: Citizen packaging
  • MPN: AT4000-02E
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This watch is supplied with:
  • Official Citizen presentation box
  • Official Citizen guarantee
  • Instruction manual (where applicable)
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Size and Fit

  • Case depth approx.: 13mm
  • Case width approx.: 42mm

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Features and Functions

  • Alarm: Yes
  • Chronograph: Yes
  • Movement: Eco-drive
  • Radio Controlled: Yes

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Materials and Care

  • Bezel Type: Tachymetre
  • Primary Material: Stainless Steel
  • Case Shape: Circle
  • Clasp type: Strap buckle
  • Dial Colour: Black
  • Glass: Sapphire
  • Hour Markers: Batons
  • Stone type: None
  • Strap colour: Black
  • Strap Type: Leather strap
  • Water Resistance: 200 metres

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Average rating: 4.95 / 5
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PAULLYB | Fri 5th October 2018 |

I have a few Citizen watches in my collection now and this one is a very nice addition.
Very clear, nice weight, renowned accuracy and of course none of that needing a battery nonsense.
The strap is a little creaky but I know that will go after a while. Overall a fantastic timepiece and I would through recommend it!

73 out of 127 people found this review helpful
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TomF | Sun 4th March 2018 |

I have had this watch a week and it is brilliant. When it arrived the battery was dead, after reading some of the reviews I took advice and let it to charge on my window ledge while I was at work and when I got home it had charged itself and was working perfectly. The design of the watch is impressive and it looks great. It is very simple to use and I found the instructions easy to understand. I would highly recommend this watch.

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James | Fri 23rd February 2018 |

Just received this watch and very impressed with it. Looks great and also performs very well. Was worried at the start as when I first unboxed the watch the dial was not functioning. After exposing it to half a day of sunlight the watch dial set the correct time itself with the radio function, so all seems well so far!

60 out of 125 people found this review helpful
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Kvf | Fri 24th March 2017 |

Stylish leather watch with a great chronograph face. Charged up after 4 hrs in daylight and works beautifully. Watch is big but not overly huge and light to wear. Instructions to set up calender and time zone is a little confusing at first but works great when its all set up.

61 out of 154 people found this review helpful
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David | Thu 16th March 2017 |

I had been looking at much more expensive watches and then saw this one. The style and functionality was similar and at an attractive price. As you will know the watch is solar powered and took only a couple of hours in the sunshine to fully charge. It does take a little bit of reading of the instruction booklet which came in the nice presentation box to get a hang of setting the watch up with the time and date etc, but overall it was a simple process. Whilst slightly larger than the watch it is replacing, it sits comfortably on my wrist. Overall very pleased with the purchase and looking forward to many years of time keeping.

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Alex | Wed 22nd February 2017 |

I chose this version of the Citizen Perpetual Calendar as the leather strap gives a more classic look compared to the steel bracelet versions and it works well with the very detailed watch-face that makes it look like higher-end chronograph. \r\nEven if there’s so much information being displayed, the time, date and other functions are still very legible at a glance. \r\nI own other Citizen watches and they haven’t let me down, even after ten years. \r\nThis one has premium materials rarely used in this price range, like sapphire glass and a good quality genuine leather strap it’s also certified 200m water resistant. With all the functions packed into this watch, it seems hard to ask for more.\r\nI’ve been wearing the watch for a couple of weeks now, long enough to review all its functions in details.\r\nCALENDAR\r\nThe perpetual calendar it’s a feature that usually belongs to luxury mechanical watches and it’s one of the reasons why I bought this watch. \r\nUnfortunately, it doesn’t show neither the year nor the month and it’s just limited to the day and date. \r\nEven so, being a perpetual calendar means you’ll never have to set the date again until you die, or the year 2099, whichever comes first.\r\nCHRONOGRAPH\r\nThe chronograph is one of the functions I use the most on a watch. \r\nUnfortunately, on this watch its operation is not straightforward: you must pull out the crown and set it to CHR, only then you can start, pause and stop the chronograph. \r\nIf you leave the watch on the chronograph functionality, the calendar won’t tell you what day it is as the same little hand that keeps the seconds also points to the days of the week.\r\nALARM\r\nThe alarm is an unusual feature to have on an analogue watch, but given the complexity of this watch movement I’m not surprised it’s been included. \r\nIt’s a bit tricky to set so as any other function on this watch and you can only set one but at least it’s loud enough to wake me up in the morning.\r\nTACHIMETER\r\nPersonally, I’ve never used a tachymeter on any watch. \r\nI think it’s more a decorative feature that always looks nice and it doesn’t hurt having. \r\nThe numbers are not just painted, but engraved in the stainless-steel chassis, so they shouldn’t fade away any time soon.\r\nRADIO CONTROLLED TIME\r\nTime sync is hit and miss, it won’t always work especially around electronic devices that can cause interference, which is hard to avoid these days. \r\nIn my room it works 50% of the time, but you might have a better chance of getting the signal especially if you’re facing south-east given that the source of the time signal is in Germany. \r\nEven then, without the sync it has an accuracy of 12 seconds per month which won’t be a good excuse to be late for your appointments.\r\nDon’t expect this watch to automatically sync the time everywhere in the world. In fact, it’s just programmed to receive the signal in four time zones in the USA and the UK. \r\nEven if the European antenna is in Germany and the signal can be received across the continent, if you leave the UK time zone you’ll have to set the watch to the “alternative time mode” and the radio-controlled sync won’t work. \r\nYou can still use the watch in any time zone but without automatic sync.\r\nLuckily, I’ve found a workaround for this issue: let’s say you decide to go to Spain for your holidays, which is +1Hs and you’ve set the watch to the A-TM mode. \r\nIf you’re really concerned about the accuracy of your timepiece, all you need to do is to set the watch to LON London time, do a manual sync and then switch back to A-TM. \r\nDuring these operations, the watch keeps the correct time and you won’t lose any seconds.\r\nSOLAR CHARGING\r\nWith this watch you’ll never have to change a battery again in theory. \r\nThe back is not even removable, it clearly says that only an authorised service centre should do that. \r\nI’ve been wearing it for two weeks now and still hasn’t reached full charge. \r\nI believe that the British winter and lack of sunshine is to blame, not the watch itself. It’s probably telling me that it’s time to book my next holiday somewhere like Spain…\r\nCONCLUSION\r\nI got this watch for around £250 which is a real bargain for what it offers and considering that on the high street you can find it for up to £400!\r\nEven if you won’t end up using all the functions of this watch, most of which are available on our much easier to use smartphones, the fact that I had to read a manual to learn how to operate it made me feel a bit nostalgic of a time when this was the norm. \r\nIt might be just me, but there’s a certain sense of fulfilment in learning out how to use complex tools, which it’s exactly what this watch is.

61 out of 124 people found this review helpful
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Ross | Sun 19th February 2017 |

Absolutely love the watch! It looks great and has all the features I wanted, sometimes I just look at it to watch the seconds go by....

81 out of 166 people found this review helpful
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Bill Barton | Fri 10th February 2017 |

Was given this fine watch on our 50th wedding anniversary, it is very elegant and feels good to wear , what really floats my boat is the fact that it is idiot proof, just leave in the light and forget, magic

60 out of 135 people found this review helpful
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Brwsi | Tue 27th December 2016 |

I allowed my wife to buy me this watch for Christmas and for future use as a holiday watch.It looks good and fits well to my slender 6.5 wrist.
However, it did take a long time to charge up, in fact far longer than any other solar powerd watch that I have. The radio signal isnt very effective either. I have a casio waveceptor which updates every night, but not this one - which Ive had to manually adjust and thats a task too hard for my feeble aged brain. As I only received the watch on Christmas Day and its now 27/12, its early days so it has time to redeem itself.

97 out of 206 people found this review helpful
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Tony | Wed 21st December 2016 |

Love it, been looking for the right watch for ages and now Ive found it. Its light but not flimsy, looks the business both for smart and casual. A real mans watch. Strap is very comfy and classic looking too.

72 out of 156 people found this review helpful
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