Citizen Watch Co. Releases First Eco-Drive Ladies’ Atomic Timekeeping Watch

Citizen Watch Co. of America releases its first ever Atomic Timekeeping watch for women, the World Time A-T.  (PRNewsFoto/Citizen Watch Company of America, Inc.)

Citizen Watch Co. of America releases its first ever Atomic Timekeeping watch for women, the World Time A-T. (PRNewsFoto/Citizen Watch Company of America, Inc.)

Citizen Watch Company of America, Inc. (http://www.citizenwatch.com) is proud to launch its first ever ladies’ timepiece with Atomic Timekeeping Technology. Utilizing the power of light, Citizen Eco-Drive technology converts light into stored energy to power a watch for at least six months, even in the dark.  Fueled by light–Any light–this is a watch that never needs a battery. Up until now, this proprietary technology has only been utilized in the men’s models.

This watch, aptly named the Ladies’ World Time A-T, is perfect for the sophisticated woman on the go who also is an international trendsetter. Radio-controlled in North America, United Kingdom, Europe, Japan and China, the World Time A-T keeps time in 26 time zones and features a perpetual calendar, power reserve indicator, alarm, and is water resistant to 100 meters. The World Time A-T also features dual time; letting the wearer effortlessly switch between the primary and secondary time zone with ease, making it the perfect timepiece for the stylish world traveler. These fashionable timepieces come in both a bracelet or leather strap version and features bright color pops accented on the dial and with some also featuring mother-of-pearl dials.

Jeffrey Cohen, President of Citizen Watch Company of America, Inc. remarked, “We are thrilled to introduce our first ladies’ timepiece with Atomic Timekeeping. This collection is a stylish accessory for the fashionable woman who travels the globe.”

Citizen Eco-Drive/Ladies’ World Time A-T watches are available nationwide in fine jewelry and department stores.