Casio Atomic Watch
There are approximately 50 styles of Casio atomic watches. In addition to all their other features, atomic watches receive a time calibration signal from the atomic clock at Fort Collins, Colorado, ensuring absolute accuracy. The signal can be received within a radius of approximately 2,000 miles from Fort Collins.
Casio Atomic Watches Have Many Features
Atomic Casio watches display world time in 30 cities, are water-resistant to 200 meters and have stopwatch capability to 1/100th of a second. There are also models specifically designed for trekkers, swimmers, and sailors, with appropriate features such as altimeters and lap timers. Even without the atomic calibration, Casio watches are accurate to 15 seconds per month.
Just the name of the Casio G-Shock Solar Atomic Watch tells you this is a piece of serious equipment. Not only does it have Casio’s G-Shock technology, but it is powered by light, meaning you never have to change a battery. It is also calibrated to the cesium atomic clock at the National Bureau of Standards.
If that isn’t enough, it also has a 1/100 second stopwatch with a measuring capacity up to 23:59’59.99″ and a stopwatch that measures elapsed time, split time, and 1st/2nd place times. It has four alarms with a snooze function, too. Finally, with all their features, Casio atomic watches haven’t stinted on style.