Watch Wednesday: Get The Citizen Promaster On Sale Before It’s Gone


Happy Watch Wednesday to all those who celebrate! This should be a national holiday soon, but we’ll keep pushing for that legislation. In the meantime, we’ve got another timepiece in our grand tradition of amazing watches available at Huckberry.

This week’s watch spotlight belongs to the Citizen Promaster Dive Automatic. There’s always something inherently sexy about dive watches, but this one was specifically designed for sailors in the Italian Navy. That just sounds like a crazy ultimate pickup line. “Oh, what do I do for a living? I’m a sailor in the Italian Navy.”

Everything else that you need in a great watch is there: automatic timekeeping, low-light visibility, and water resistance all wrapped up in a timeless look and design. This watch checks all the boxes.


Citizen Promaster Dive Automatic Watch [$556, usually $695]



  • Accurate, automatic timekeeping via an 8204 automatic movement that’s powered by the motion of the wearer’s arm, eliminating the need for batteries
  • 44 mm case diameter for a classically handsome look
  • Anti-reflective sapphire glass crystal that’s scratch- and shatter-resistant
  • Stainless-steel case and bracelet deliver oceangoing performance and classic looks
  • Rotating bezel with an easy-grip aluminum ring
  • Luminous yellow bezel and highly luminous hands and hour markers for excellent low-light visibility
  • Day and date window
  • ISO-compliant water resistant down to 200 M
  • 42-hour power reserve



Check out the full line of watches available at Huckberry at the link below!



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Tom Conroy is a journalist-turned-copywriter for BroBible. He is an NYC native, Marquette University alum, and current resident of Milwaukee, which means he spends a great deal of time screaming about the Yankees between bites of cheese curds and sips of Spotted Cow.