20 Most Recent Citizen Modena Eco-Drive BL5110-52E Wrist Watch for Men Questions & Answers


Most Citizen Authorized dealers locally can order this band for you.

Unfortunately, most do not have the skills or Certified Master Horologist on staff to install it for you properly. If you know how to install it, or would like to attempt it you can save some money and order it directly from Citizen yourself by providing the model number and calling: 800-321-1023 extension 2.

I would recommend having a Certified Master Horologist install it for you.

The cost, as a rule of thumb, would be 50% of the original retail price of the timepiece, plus shipping and handling.

Citizen Modena... | Answered on Feb 25, 2011


It will be very difficult if you don't have the right tools
You would need a hand press of the right size. You would need a tool to open the case back, you would need to know how to remove the crown and stem in order to remove the dial with the movement. It would be also a good idea to have it tested for water resistance and you would need a special aparatus to do that. You may also need to replace the I ring or gasket.

Citizen Watches | Answered on Jun 28, 2019


sorry not that I am aware of .take it to a shop that sells them.

Citizen Watches | Answered on May 26, 2019


i have a citizen eco that i had stored away for too long, the battery was completely dead so i purchased a new one and fixed myself i did take it into a couple of jewellers who wanted to charge me over £100. it wan't too difficult to do.

Citizen Watches | Answered on Mar 18, 2019


i have a clock model aqualand c500, and apearence the this problem "err" on display down. i can reset, but don't work. I'll leave in assitance.

Citizen Watches | Answered on Feb 06, 2019


The battery is supposed to last forever but this is what it is.
  • Movement Type Quartz (Battery)

Citizen Watches | Answered on Dec 30, 2018

Tip

How to get a watch to work.


If your watch isn't working first try replacing the battery. Some watches like the Citizen EcoDrive are solar powered so leaving them in sunlight for two or three days will recharge it. Other watches like the 'perpetuals' and the 'automatic' styles need to be worn or placed in a specialist 'winder' to rewind the drive spring. If your are in any doubt take the watch to a Good watch specialist and they'll tell you which one yours is.

on Dec 23, 2018 | Watches


When was the last time you left the watch out to charge? EcoDrive watches are basically daylight powered. It can also use light bulb light to charge as well. My first suggestion would be to place it face up somewhere where it will get plenty of sunshine and leave it to recharge. It might take 3 or 4 days if it has gone totally flat but it will cost you nothing to do this. If this doesn't work I would recommend taking it to a good Citizen dealer and see if the watch can be serviced. If you have pulled the crown too hard you could have damaged inside the watch.
A built in feature on some Citizen watches is the '2 second tick'. If the charge is low the second hand will jump 2 seconds at a time instead of one. When recharged it goes back to normal.

Citizen Watches | Answered on Nov 20, 2018


TRY pulling the stem all the way out and then press it VERY gently to see if if moves. Be sure the rest of the watch knows which half of the day you're setting it for, otherwise it will move ahead at noon instead of midnight.

Citizen Watches | Answered on Oct 23, 2018

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