Grand Seiko, undoubtedly, stands as the most accurate watches from Seiko, either mechanical or quartz or Spring Drive. Unfortunately, most think Citizen maxes out with their GPS watches or the Campanola; they probably haven’t yet heard about the very impressive Citizen Caliber 0100. It’s the world’s most accurate, self-contained, quartz movement. One might well argue
RC or GPS – What should be your choice? On our way to pick the right one You can always take an easy way out dodging past that question, going for the GPS-Atomic hybrid; the system combining GPS signals and standard radio waves from multiple locations to display an accurately accurate time. Many would;
Despite a beyond remarkable accuracy, there are factors that might affect GPS precision greatly! Do you really need a GPS watch? Prior any discussion, it’s necessary to evaluate if that discussion is worth your time. For elevated and depressed surfaces, turns and curves, forests and closed spaces may NEGATIVELY IMPACT GPS ACCURACY. With that part
Atomic accuracy aside, we take a brief look at some that give quartz a run for its money. Digressing from the main topic to return soon Bit out of context, but still can’t escape the magic of the CALIBRE 360. It’s an automatic, mechanical CHRONOGRAPH movement that went into the 2006 Sports Watch of
Many years before the artificial satellites associated with your watch, atomic clocks did. It was called Atomic Time-keeping then. Radio-Controlled is the technical term and through the decades; it got established as one of the core technologies Citizen is based upon, other than Eco-Drive and Satellite-Wave. Imagine: An antenna built into a ceramic watch case!
Why GPS is in your watch? Off late, there have been a lot of queries of recent from people not willing to stay within the known parameters of timekeeping; they are now venturing out for more. While purists might frown and criticize; fact remains, you can’t plow with goats. Carrying out hard tasks require tough