|06-09-2011, 07:50 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2010
Points: 15 (+)
Citizen Radio controlled
A short while ago i acquired a couple of 'Ultimate Nighthawks' - the chrono R/C version.
Despite reading the instructions and asking on here i still couldn't understand why the TME function was not giving the correct time.
After contacting Citizen UK it appears it won't. It will only give the correct time and DST function in the time zone where the transmitter is. So therefore anyone else no in the same time zone as the transmitter has to use Local Time.
So there is a major function on these watches that is unusable to a good propotion market where they can be pick up the signal.
But the strange thing is, i have an number of other Citizen R/C watches that have not DST function. And they somehow adjust the time from the signal they pick up so that it gives the correct time in my time zone
More added - Selling or trading quite a few watches - many NOS and some rare:
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