The Cross Sea is a watch that combines a sophisticated design with excellent functionality. With its simple yet gorgeous design, it will adorn your wrist like an accessory on or off the wrist. This is a limited edition model for Citizen's social campaign "New TiMe, New Me". It comes with an original towel hand-embroidered by Filipino women. The design has an impressive retro-fantasy look: The diamonds at 7 o'clock and 1 o'clock represent a key and keyhole that open the door to the future. The hands have a chic design like a foreign clock tower. The dial is painted with a chic pattern reminiscent of European tiles, and delicate lame is added. The soft cherry pink color accentuates the subtle femininity of the watch. No need for periodic battery replacement or time adjustment】Equipped with Citizen's proprietary Eco-Drive photovoltaic technology, this watch is hassle-free. The world time radio-controlled clock, which is compatible with four areas around the world, automatically corrects the time and calendar on a regular basis, so you can rest assured even when you are on the road. Super TitaniumTM is used for its scratch resistance and light weight. The watch is made of Super TitaniumTM, which is scratch-resistant and lightweight, and we have pursued improved durability in the hope that it will be used for a long time. The watch is water resistant, and the sapphire glass used is highly durable, protecting your watch from all kinds of situations. Product Details] Photo-powered Eco-Drive radio-controlled watch, accuracy ±15 seconds/month (when not receiving a signal), case/band material: super titanium, spherical sapphire glass (non-reflective coating), 5 ATM water resistance, nickel allergy resistance, antimagnetic class 1, dial: 2-point diamond ( lab-grown diamonds), luminescent (hands), perpetual calendar, date indicator, direct flight Details: the 7 and 1 o'clock positions represent the key and keyhole that opens the door to the future with lab-grown diamonds. The hands have a chic design reminiscent of a foreign clock tower. The set includes an original towel hand-embroidered by women living in Payatas, famous for the Philippines' largest trash heap. It will help support women's employment and children.