Japanese and Swiss watchmaking beautifully combine in Citizen's new flagship timepiece

The 0200 is the company's first new movement since 2010.
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The Citizen C200

Citizen has revealed its latest flagship timepiece, debuting the first watch to use its all-new Caliber 0200 automatic movement. Developed with the help of La Joux-Perret, the movement was made entirely in Japan and features a 60-hour power reserve. The movement is housed in a 40mm stainless steel case with an integrated bracelet and is finished with brushed and polished surfaces. The dial features an electroformed finish to create what the brand calls a "sand-ripple pattern" that is created by chemically applying metal to the dial's surface. 

Available this fall. 


$6,000, citizenwatch.com

Source: Watches by SJX

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