[time-nuts] My Casio G-Shock watch and other fun stuff
jgd at johngsbbq.com
Wed Jun 20 08:02:15 EDT 2007
On Wed, 20 Jun 2007 15:00:02 +1000, "Palfreyman, Jim L"
<Jim.Palfreyman at team.telstra.com> wrote:
>I reported the unusual accuracy of my Casio G-Schock radio controlled
>watch (with the radio controlled feature turned off) a month or so back.
>Well to back up my rough observations I decided to measure it properly.
I'm just impressed with your watch. My G-Shock stumbles all over itself when the
radio signal is missed, varying over a second a day. Sounds like you got a good
My watch is grand next to the Accu-Rite radio clock-thermometer sitting on my desk.
I've seen it off as much as a half hour after missing sync for a couple days. It
also sometimes synchronizes to the wrong time. Not just hours error but apparently
random displays. I have a bunch of radio clocks and I've never seen THAT before.
John De Armond
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