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Founded in 1930, Cit­i­zen has pro­moted a mul­ti­cul­tural mind­set that fos­ters excel­lence & cre­ativ­ity. Their mis­sion is to be a “cit­i­zen” of the world. Cit­i­zen believes they bear the respon­si­bil­ity to help cul­ti­vate a cul­ture of pos­i­tive change and on-​going evo­lu­tion through their craft. As early as 1976, Cit­i­zen pio­neered the devel­op­ment of a light-​driven watch.This break­through led to the devel­op­ment of the Eco-​Drive in 1995. Eco-​drive uti­lizes elec­tri­cal power con­verted from vir­tu­ally any light source. Eco-​drive elim­i­nates the need to ever replace bat­ter­ies. Pur­chas­ing a Cit­i­zen watch allows you to reg­is­ter your watch with the com­pany through their web­site. Cit­i­zen offers a full line of men’s and women’s watches.
Seiko was founded in 1881 by Kin­toro Hat­tori, in the Ginza area of Tokyo, Japan. The Flag­ship store was orig­i­nally a watch and jew­elry shop called “K. Hat­tori”. Seiko pro­duced the first Japanese-​made watch in 1913. In 1969, Seiko cre­ated the world’s first quartz watch. Since the Tokyo Olympic Games, in 1964, Seiko has been the offi­cial time­keeper of many inter­na­tional sport­ing events. While the com­pany is over 130 years old, watches remain the heart of Seiko’s busi­ness. Through watches, Seiko seeks to share their plea­sure and pride in pro­duc­tion, giv­ing you plea­sure and pride in pos­ses­sion, while adding a touch of enchant­ment to every pre­cious moment in your life.
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Estab­lished in 1875, Bulova Com­pany was cre­ated by Joseph Bulova in New York City. Within thirty years, the com­pany trans­formed how watches were not only worn, but how indi­vid­u­als looked at time. In 1912, Bulova estab­lished the world’s first plant ded­i­cated entirely to the pro­duc­tion of watches. The fac­tory is located in Bienne, Switzer­land. 1928 brought Bulova intro­duc­ing the world’s first clock radio. Since Bulova’s estab­lish­ment, they have become one of the lead­ing experts in time pieces. In 2010, Bulova intro­duced the Ultra High Fre­quency (UHF) tor­sional res­onator quartz move­ment, includ­ing a con­tin­u­ously sweep­ing sec­ond hand. The highly engi­neered Bulova High Fre­quency move­ment achieves excep­tional accu­racy by using a unique three-​prong tor­sional res­onator quartz crys­tal, as opposed to the two-​prong crys­tal of stan­dard quartz. Their time pieces are a clas­sic piece for any individual.