I vowed to give my Citizen Pro Diver on bracelet more wrist time yesterday. What a lume took it is. A lume tool is my favorite term for a manly watch, a watch that looks like less fashion and more tool with great lume. Of course that in itself is a fashion statement like someone driving a Subaru Forester. "See how utiliatrian I am."
Indeed my favorite watches are lume tools. Purchased for $275 on Amazon in the summer of 2010, the Citizen Pro Diver on bracelet is presumably rare. It wasn't available for that long and you'll rarely see it on eBay.
It's a very heavy watch with a case of close to 50mm. I tested the lume last night. It's topnotch.
Then there's the matter of my rubber strap version, which I find present two problems: It claws my wrist and doesn't sit on the wrist well because it's designed to dig into a wet suit. I read you can boil the strap in water for 10 minutes and that will soften the strap.
But a more preferable solution is to buy the mod kit. I wish-listed on Amazon, but if anyone has any suggestions, I'd appreciate it.