Low-Cost Global Atomic Wristwatch

Posted: Sep 21 2006, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:22am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Low-Cost Global Atomic Wristwatch
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ThinkGeek offers a atomic wristwatch that works globally - the ideal companion for traveling geeks.

The receiver inside the All-in-one Atomic Time Watch can receive the NIST time signal originating in Fort Collins, CO to keep your watch accurate within the U.S. In addition it can receive similar atomic time signals originating in Japan (the JJY time signal), England (the MSF time signal) and Germany (DCF77).
The digital watch has a ok design, featuring blue backlight, calendar, stopwatch, alarms, countdown timer and world time.
It is water-resistant and the case measures 1.6" x1.6" x .35" (40 x 40 x 12mm).

This Atomic watch sells for $39.99 at ThinkGeek. Find more Gadgets from ThinkGeek we reported about. See also our Wristwatch Blog for more watch news.

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