QUOTE(cheefai7 @ May 18 2018, 03:04 PM)
Get a couple more of mechanical watch, then you will have different understanding in collecting watch. Accuracy is part of it but it will be less important as the journey progress... Only thing that is important is the $$$ in the pocket.
Yea, I think Iâ€™m poison now and start saving for more premium watch zD
QUOTE(chiahau @ May 18 2018, 03:05 PM)
Lol I hardly wear the BLNR anyways. Maybe weekends, at most.
It's usually apple watch on the wrist for about 2~3 months.
Rumours are saying that this year Apple Watch might be round shape and it looks nice
QUOTE(Zot @ May 18 2018, 03:24 PM)
Mechanical watch time will drift over time because machining mechanical part has imperfection due to machine tolerance.
Traditional battery watches runs on internal quartz or crystal oscillator which is very accurate but over long period will also drift. The microseconds inaccuracy is diving clock pulse will accumulate over time. Battery factor will only comes to very end of battery life cycle because the circuitry can be designed to drive at constant current.
If accuracy is very important, then you need to go for watches that sync with cellular base station or GPS. Your phone use clock data from cell station which is synchronized to GPS satellite. Yes, due to distance from satellite to earth, the info delay 1s+ (no more than 2s if not mistaken), but the GPS receiver has auto-compensation to calibrate itself. :thumbsup:
Thanks for the explanation. In fact someone also recommend me to get the Seiko GPS watch before which will automatically change time when we travel to another time zone.