Citizen Debuts the UNITE With BLUE Collection for World Oceans Day - The Texas Developer

Citizen Debuts the UNITE With BLUE Collection for World Oceans Day

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In celebration of World Oceans Day, Citizen revealed a dedicated UNITE with BLUE watch collection that draws inspiration from oceans around the world. The collection is made up of five limited-edition timepieces, spanning two ATTESA, a Promaster Dive, a women’s xC Super Titanium, and a Citizen L Bianca model.

The dials are all doused in mystical aquatic hues to bring the wonderous mood from under the sea to the wrist. All models from the UNITE with BLUE collection are sustainably powered by Citizen’s own Eco-Drive technology, which works by converting any source of light into energy and is known to run for months when fully charged up.

From the lineup, the ATTESA models are both encased in titanium with blue gradation in a structural effect. Limited to 2,400 pieces, the AT8188-64L arrives in a 42mm case size with a metal link bracelet. Meanwhile, the CB-215-18L is offered in a limited run of 2,200 units and has a diameter measurement of 42.5mm, accompanied by a black Eco PET strap.

The Promaster reference is presented in a 44mm stainless steel case with a two-tone, easy-grip bezel. It’s released in a limited production of 7000 watches worldwide. Similar to other Promaster watches Citizen has launched beforehand, this iteration is also paired with a ribbed rubber strap.

Moving onto the more petite xC and Citizen L Bianca models, the two are offered in a limited run of 1,700 units each. The elegant xC model comes attired in a 29mm case crafted from Super Titanium, along with an integrated bracelet. As for the Citizen L Bianca, the timepiece is housed in a contemporary-looking, 21.5mm square case composed of stainless steel. On top of that, dainty diamonds and precision-cut embellishments reminiscent of bubbles on the surface of the sea are added to the dial.

Prices range from $475 – $1,995 USD, and all models from the UNITE with BLUE watch collection are now available via Citizen’s website.