Citizen AT1160-61A "Sir Isaac Newton

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Citizen AT1160-61A "Sir Isaac Newton

Post by koimaster » May 2nd 2020, 3:21pm

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This watch originally released in 2010 features a unique chronograph with a retrograde minute hand. The second display is on the 6 o’clock positon. Its also has 24hr/GMT indication at the 3 o’clock position. A tachymeter is printed in the inner dial.

Other specifications include:

* Calibre H570
* 41mm case
* Powered by Eco-Drive
* Stainless steel case
* Sapphire crystal
* Stainless steel bracelet
* Waterproof up to 10 ATM
* Accuracy: ± 15 seconds / month
* Stop second hand
* Date quick fix
* 1 / 1 second Chronograph (30 minutes total)
* Charge warning function
* Overcharge Prevention
* Power reserve 5 months at full charge
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Re: Citizen AT1160-61A "Sir Isaac Newton

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » May 2nd 2020, 6:16pm

conjurer wrote:
May 2nd 2020, 5:46pm
Interestingly, even on these unusual (but, as Mr. Bloke says, cool) Citizen movements, they still feel obliged to put the stupid and worthless 24 hour hand on.
That's unfortunately the case with a shitload of Citizen chronos. Alas, Seiko does the same with the cal. VK-64. Still, if I really had any beef with Citizen's chrono movements, it wouldn't even be the 24h subdial, but the chrono reset. The reset in Citizens is just ridiculously fucking slow. Any current ETA or Ronda quartz chrono has it working way better, with the ETA-made VHP (for Longines, but also used by Rado, AFAIK) nailing it with an instant, snap reset.
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