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Got my citizen Eco drive world time, haven't worn much but even sitting in my room the box has plexiglass top and it's front and center. Though little light gets in during day. Anyway it was at half charge the other day a week ago or so, and I wore it, but it didn't charge during day. Admittedly it was hidden by sleeves most the day. Anyway it's at bottom of charge. Skipping seconds. I'm letting it sit in my bathroom overnight with light on hoping for the best.
Citizen men's and women's Eco-Drive watches are powered by natural and artificial light. Light is absorbed through the crystal and turned into energy in the solar conversion cell. The Eco-Drive never needs a battery and can operate for up to 6 months in the dark. Citizen guarantees that their Eco-Drive watches will last a lifetime. If your watch has stopped due to lack of light, recharge it to get it working again. Find the movement caliber of your watch on the back of the case.
My wife has a Citizen Eco Drive watch. She put it in a drawer for a long enough time to flatten the battery. I can't get a straight answer about how long it was in there. She may not know. I put it in the window for several days and it still doesn't start.
Eco-Drive timepieces feature a variety of functions and specifications.
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Unlike most watches, there is no traditional silver oxide battery in a Citizen Eco-Drive watch. Citizen Eco-Drive watches use light natural or artificial as their source of power, meaning they have no actual battery. Instead, they have a solar conversion panel and an energy cell that work together to convert light to electricity, which is what the watch runs on. Although Citizen refers to the energy cell as a "secondary battery" in their literature and manuals, this wording can be misleading. Understand how your Eco-Drive works. If your Eco-Drive watch stops completely, loses time or ticks erratically, it needs to be recharged, which can be done by exposing it to light. Ideally, the watch should never stop, since it will remained charged up by normal day-to-day exposure to various sources of light as it is worn.