[time-nuts] Most accurate clock on your wrist
sebastianstolp at gmx.net
Mon Apr 16 19:20:12 EDT 2007
hi jim, here's the thing you were asking for:
as for myself - i do rely on a seiko 7548 reference quartz watch with
a 'drift' of +/- 15 sec. per month.
noz bad for a unit used for boiling eggs on a sunday morning ;-)
best regards, sebastian
Am 17.04.2007 um 01:11 schrieb Palfreyman, Jim L:
> Hi Folks,
> What is the most accurate wrist watch you can purchase? Obviously the
> radio controlled ones are the best, but I'm curious as to the fully
> controlled units.
> Oh and yes I have seen the photo of the caesium clock attached to
> someone's wrist!
> Also, on the NIST website they talk about a new development - the
> clock the size of a grain of rice. I see this as having huge future
> potential. Does anyone have any news on this development?
> Oh and yes I want one!
> Jim Palfreyman
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