Can't Buy a New Nissan Z? Instead, buy a $2,495 Z-themed watch

The Nissan Z isn't exactly expensive, however, as it still costs around $40,000 in the US. If that sounds like too much, or if the waiting game isn't for you, there's a new collection of Citizen watches that might be interesting to you.  Citizen has partnered with the Nissan Z for the first time to create a special edition watch set inspired by "the thrill and excitement of one of Japan's most famous sports cars." Japanese/Swiss watch makers claim that each atomic clock has a Nissan Z design.  The Citizen Nissan Fairlady Z is offered in two models with different design elements. The AT8185-89e accents the Nissan Z Thunder Yellow body colour, which is in contrast to the all-black case, strap, dial, hands and index. Satire, love at first sight, is the main theme here. The dial has the same yellow dots on the sheet. Nissan Z Proto..  On the other hand, the AT8185-97E model gets Ceylon blue collar accent. This is in contrast to the matte black at the center of the dial, which looks like smooth asphalt. The hands are finished in silver for a discreet look.     Both watches feature Citizen's radio-controlled Eco-Drive technology, which eliminates the need for batteries. The watch automatically receives time signals in four different regions: Japan, China, the United States and Europe.  Both models have a red second hand (like a tachometer hand), a Fairlady Z logo on the dial, a Nissan logo on the back, and a "Z" sign on the crown. These are all two companies. Both get Citizen's lightweight supertitanium case and strap with scratch resistance.   The limited edition Citizen Nissan Fairlady Z watches sell for $2,495 per watch, which is limited to just 1,700 watches worldwide. Citizen has already accepted the pre-orders of the watches and deliveries are expected to start by March 14, 2022.

The Nissan Z isn't exactly expensive, however, as it still costs around $40,000 in the US. If that sounds like too much, or if the waiting game isn't for you, there's a new collection of Citizen watches that might be interesting to you.

Citizen has partnered with the Nissan Z for the first time to create a special edition watch set inspired by "the thrill and excitement of one of Japan's most famous sports cars." Japanese/Swiss watch makers claim that each atomic clock has a Nissan Z design.

The Citizen Nissan Fairlady Z is offered in two models with different design elements. The AT8185-89e accents the Nissan Z Thunder Yellow body colour, which is in contrast to the all-black case, strap, dial, hands and index. Satire, love at first sight, is the main theme here. The dial has the same yellow dots on the sheet. Nissan Z Proto..

On the other hand, the AT8185-97E model gets Ceylon blue collar accent. This is in contrast to the matte black at the center of the dial, which looks like smooth asphalt. The hands are finished in silver for a discreet look.

Both watches feature Citizen's radio-controlled Eco-Drive technology, which eliminates the need for batteries. The watch automatically receives time signals in four different regions: Japan, China, the United States and Europe.

Both models have a red second hand (like a tachometer hand), a Fairlady Z logo on the dial, a Nissan logo on the back, and a "Z" sign on the crown. These are all two companies. Both get Citizen's lightweight supertitanium case and strap with scratch resistance.

The limited edition Citizen Nissan Fairlady Z watches sell for $2,495 per watch, which is limited to just 1,700 watches worldwide. Citizen has already accepted the pre-orders of the watches and deliveries are expected to start by March 14, 2022.

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