Citizen Eco-Drive Satellite Wave Watch Gets Time Straight From Satellites

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The new Citizen Eco-Drive Satellite Wave Watch "searches for the closest of the 24 navigation satellites that orbit the earth". "This next-generation timepiece searches for the closest of the 24 navigation satellites that orbit the earth. It captures the day, date and time signals the satellite emits from space, 20,000 kilometers above the earth. Since the satellite signals are controlled by atomic clocks, this watch's timekeeping is ultra precise. Each of the 24 navigation satellites orbits the earth once every twelve hours, so that this watch receives the signals from any open space, even in the boundless Western Pacific or atop the world's highest peak. " Features include a Calibre H990 , Satellite Timekeeping System (Reception Area: Worldwide), Perpetual Calendar, World Time in 26 Cities, and Ceramic + Stainless Steel Case. Also cool is how this watch is "is purely powered by light". No word on when this one will be out.

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May 24, 2011 10:24 AM | Watches

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