I picked it up several years ago as my "dress" watch, before realizing that such a thing should be slimmer, simpler, more elegant, and on a leather strap.
I have that now (will get a shot next time I attend a formal-ish event with it on.)
The Ti Eco-Drive is a favorite, along with the Khaki Field mechanical. But with hide straps on other watches to match most of my shoes and belts, I find I don't get opportunity to wear it much anymore. Usually in casual situations with black chelseas and a plain belt. Like today.
They say metal goes with everything except formal attire, so I do put it on, on occasion, just because I want to.
Side note: About the same time I bought this one (perhaps some six years ago now) my wife got me a Seiko solar. Blue face, tan leather strap. I loved that watch, too, and simply alternated the two for a while. Kept them both on the night stand, next to each other, to grab the most appropriate one on a given day. After just under 2 years, the Seiko stopped keeping time. The Citizen has been going strong, has been attractive, functional, hassle-free and robust, so now there are a couple others in my rotation.
And now for something a little different - a wooden watch. Watch body and links are made from zebrawood. It's ultralight to wear.
Bought it in San Diego last fall. It's now my daily go to watch. View attachment 28803