Filed under: Jewelry & Watches
If you absolutely, positively, have to be on time for appointments, and want to be able to prove that you're never late, you need an atomic watch. Measured by the action of cesium atoms in a laser stream, the atomic clock laboratory in Boulder, Colorado sends out a radio signal that carries time that is accurate to one second in sixty million years! Used by the military and other agencies such as NASA, you can be on the receiving end of this accuracy with your atomic watch.
This Oceanus Women's Atomic Chronograph combines feminine styling and cutting edge technology in a 5 motor, analog quartz movement that is on the receiving end of the radio signal. Three sub-dials, and a date window, offer a daily alarm, dual timing capability, and 1/20 second stop watch. The stainless steel case and bezel are topped with a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal; the watch is water-resistant to 165 feet, so you may wear it in the shower without cause for concern. The atomic watch features a pink leather wristband and a buckle clasp.
For the guys -- this Casio Men's G-Shock Atomic Watch. All digital, with a 10 month, solar-powered battery, the watch gets accurate time from a half dozen laboratories stationed around the world. 5 alarms, stop watch, countdown timer and day/date will keep you on time and on track. A neat feature -- the automatic LED back light that initiates without having to push a button. Clever.
Atomic watches -- keeping the world, and you, on time.
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