[time-nuts] Casio Watches 13 Year Drift in Seattle

Mike Cook michael.cook at sfr.fr
Sun Jun 28 03:38:05 EDT 2015


Very interesting observation. I wonder if Casio do the same long term analysis?
I don’t have as large a sample size of the same watch but I have had a small number of Casio quartz watches over the years, including the F-91W,and have noticed that they have all run fast, even from new and whether or not they are on the wrist. I suspect that this is a deliberate design feature, as the Japanese, along with some others, including myself, have a horror of being late for an appointment. Having a watch which designed to run just a little fast would help prevent lateness. 


> Le 27 juin 2015 à 16:45, John Stuart <j.w.stuart at comcast.net> a écrit :
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> I think there may be a new Time-Nut in the Seattle area, , , 
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> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwOMUhS8gV0 
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> John, KM6QX
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