Titanium Trio: Citizen Unveils All-New Forza Collection

Citizen expands its integrated bracelet offering with the debut of the Forza collection, which comprises of three models: a three-hand timepiece with weekday and date indication and a chronograph powered by Eco-Drive movements, as well as an automatic time-only model. Each comes in three color ways with beautifully textured and luminescent dials and is crafted from the Japanese brand’s proprietary Super Titanium. The new Forza collection, which is Italian for “strength,” is the latest chapter in Citizen’s production of titanium timepieces, which began more than 50 years ago.

All three models are presented in Super Titanium cases and coated with Duratect. While Super Titanium is 40 percent lighter than stainless steel, Duratect surface technology increases hardness. Water-resistant to 100 meters, the cases have an angular shape and alternate polished and brushed surfaces.

The dials are protected by sapphire crystals. A new integrated bracelet with brushed, tapered Y links and a short folding clasp completes the casual-sporty look and feel.

The Forza Chrono is available in white, light blue, and salmon color ways, with recessed subdials in contrasting black and a tachymeter scale on the periphery which allows for measuring speed. There is also a date indication between 4 and 5 o’clock. The case measures 42.5mm wide and 11.5 mm thick and houses the Eco-Drive Cal. B620. Powered by any light source, it runs with exceptional accuracy for up to 9 months on a full charge. Pricing is marked at $625.

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The Forza Three-hand is offered in blue, green and white dials with a day and date display at 3 o’clock. Powered by the Eco-Drive caliber Cal. J800, which has the same power reserve as that of the chronograph model, the case measures 39 mm in diameter and 10 mm thick. It is priced at $495.

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Green, white and blue dials are available for the Forza Mechanical Trio. Powered by the automatic caliber 8213 with a 48-hour power reserve, they offer a subsidiary seconds display at the rather unusual position between 4 and 5 o’clock. A date display at 3 o’clock is complemented by a framed window. The case measures 40.5 mm in diameter and 11 mm thick, and is fitted with a sapphire crystal case back. Pricing is marked at $625.

To learn more, visit Citizen, here.

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