The incredibly accurate radio-controlled watch is specially designed for those who require the features of a digital watch but prefer the aesthetic elegance of an analog timepiece. Updated daily by a signal from the U.S. Atomic Clock in Boulder, Colorado â€” the definitive source for time, accurate to within one second every 20 million years â€” the watch is highly dependable, even adjusting itself automatically for Daylight Saving Time. When traveling between time zones, simply press a button and the watch will automatically update its display to show the new local time. A World Time function allows the wearer to scan through presets showing the current time in 30 of the world’s major cities.
The integrated 1/100th second stopwatch measures elapse d time, split/lap time, and first- and second-place times. The electroluminescent backlit screen makes viewing easy in any light. Includes an automatic calendar preprogrammed until the year 2026, and a date alert that flashes when the set date is reached. The watch is water resistant up to depths of 50 meters, and has a programmable alarm. Runs on a 2-year watch battery. Comes in both black and gray faces.
Price: $69.95 (black), $79.95 (gray)
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)