Question about Watches
Clock starts adjusting the time to the atomic standard and never stops until I pull out the battery. Then is advances to midnight and starts up correctly at the correct time.
I have a sharp atomic clock that once set for the exact time, after a day loses 3 hours.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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