Citizen Caliber 0100 Eco-Drive, Accurate To ±1 Second/Year

Citizen Caliber 0100 Eco-Drive, Accurate To ±1 Second/Year

Postby Racer-X » April 14th 2018, 5:04pm

"CITIZEN has pursued the essence and further possibilities of the watch ever since the company’s founding. There is one challenge that we have actively confronted throughout that entire time: superior precision.
In 1924, we developed our first pocket watch, the “CITIZEN.”
We debuted our first quartz watch accurate to ± 10 seconds per month in 1973, and in 1975, we debuted Crystron Mega, the world’s first quartz watch accurate to ± 3 seconds per year.
We continued to produce even more accurate watches with longer running times incorporating our proprietary light-powered technology Eco-Drive.
This year, as we mark our 100th anniversary, we have achieved yet another milestone: Calibre 0100, an Eco-Drive movement with annual accuracy ± 1 second, which tells the world’s most precise time.*
Calibre 0100 tells the precise time autonomously based on an internal mechanism with no reliance on time signals from radio towers or GPS satellites.
It marks the individual seconds in their purest and most refined form.
Like a strong person who achieves his goals through sheer force of will, it uses its own rhythm to tell the precise time for everyone, wherever they are, without depending on anything outside itself.
The Calibre 0100 marks the start of the next one hundred years of watchmaking for CITIZEN.

*As of February 2018, for an analogue light-powered watch, according to research by Citizen Watch Co., Ltd.
This is a concept model and will not be released for sale."

http://www.citizenwatch-global.com/100th/product/calibre0100/index.html

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Re: Citizen Caliber 0100 Eco-Drive, Accurate To ±1 Second/Ye

Postby foghorn » April 14th 2018, 5:47pm

Cool technology and all that stuff but who really needs that kind of accuracy? And if someone does why not just go radio controlled?
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