If you aren't familiar with Campanola, it is a high-end sub-brand of Japanese Citizen watches and has been around for years now as a sort of secret treat for the most dedicated watch fans. Most Campanola watches remain in Japan, but they have had limited distribution around the world. The
The Grand Complication line of Citizen Campanola watches houses the most complex movement that Citizen has to offer in the Campanola range (their highest range). I glowingly mention the Citizen Campanola range of watches with frequency, and hope that more of these watches become available. Until that point however, we
Here is one of those very classy Citizen Campanola watches that I would love to own. This is a model number AG6210-03E, sporting a curvy tonneau case, and a full perpetual calendar laid out in avant garde Campanola fashion. Like all excellent Citizen Campanola watches, this represents the best Japanese
I can hear you collectively rejoicing out there Citizen Campanola lovers. This is one of the nicest Campanola watches I have seen in a long time and represents two things. First, a beautiful cream colored dial with the signature Citizen Campanola high quality application with rich textures and deep gloss.
In August of 2015, Japan's Citizen quietly announced a new collection of mechanical Campanola watches that were to use movements produced by La Joux-Perret in Switzerland. aBlogtoWatch first debuted the new Campanola Mechanical watch collection here. Traveling to Japan recently, I was happy to have a chance to view the
Us watch lovers prefer focusing on the minutiae rather than the big picture sometimes. Which is probably why I love this watch, even though I basically already own one. This is the Japan only version of the highly popular Citizen Campanola Grand Complication with the Japanese rose wood lacquered dial.