Such memories, I got one of those, it stopped dead, I got another one, it stopped dead, I went back to my 1992 BR watch, it's still working ......Yes, we get a G Shock style radio controlled TOC watch, uses radio contact of some description to synchronise to the atomic clock.
Going by the PIS in most passenger compartments, not at all. If they did, I expect it would be using a 3G/4G data connection.For locos/units that have a TMS, do they sync their clocks with the atomic clock as well?
(I don't think that they have the classic SBB movement where the second hand holds for 1 1/2 seconds at the top of the minute)The Simply Elegant collection is designed for people who love the Mondaine design, but want something more elegant and dressy, perfect for a day in the office or a night on the town. The Simply Elegant case is quite thin, only 6.2 mm high, and the specially designed lugs of the case allow the watch to adapt to any size wrist so the watch sits comfortably flat.
Yes they do... check out the "stop2go" series.If you don't get one maybe get one of these:
(I don't think that they have the classic SBB movement where the second hand holds for 1 1/2 seconds at the top of the minute)
The fascinating execution of stop2go, like on the original clock, features the famous red second hand that turns full circle in 58 seconds and then waits at 12 o'clock for the black minute hand to move on, before jumping one marker forwards, starting its next rotation. Two seconds which sometimes can change our life?
I can understand the need to issue a watch, but what on earth do you need an iPad for?I have just started my driver training with Southeastern, and we received our watch and Ipad yesterday .
Its a Casio wave captor and although quite basic looking it does exactly what it needs too, It has a small SE Logo on it, but to be honest I dont mind that, I have other nicer watches to wear when not at work.