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I saw a really nice looking one in the store the other day. I also discovered that smaller watches are more comfortable than bagel sized watches. The band is also smaller and fit just right. Now the negatives, price which was $625 ,though it was on sale a few days ago for 25% less but the sale was over when I saw it. Also, not only didn't I know how to set the time on this watch but the salesperson didn't know either, so how can one buy a watch that is so complicated to set ?
 

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Bagel sized ? :laugh:

I like that, and oh so true !

My RC watches set themselves as soon as they had enough power reserve and the time signal was detected. The time cannot be manually changed on my Citizen, though the time zone/daylight saving can be changed on the crown.

 

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Bagel sized ? :laugh:

I like that, and oh so true !

My RC watches set themselves as soon as they had enough power reserve and the time signal was detected. The time cannot be manually changed on my Citizen, though the time zone/daylight saving can be changed on the crown.

Living in a cold climate I assume that the watch is covered by clothing most of the time, so how is it getting charged by light or Sun ? That is a nice looking watch
 
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