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Hoptroff's Atomic Watch: It Will Keep Ticking For A Thousand Years

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Nov. 11 (Bloomberg) -- London watchmaker Hoptroff has unveiled their No.16 model, which is the first atomic wristwatch you can buy. At the center of the world's most accurate watch -- that loses barely a second per thousand years (in full atomic mode) -- is an atomic timer developed by the U.S. Department of Defense. (Source: Bloomberg) -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
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johno4521 (3 months ago)
...and what powers all this?
Al Sp (1 month ago)
Nuclear bomb
Do R/C! (1 year ago)
Extremely misleading title.... You guys were ahead of the YouTube curve!
domsau2 (1 year ago)
A second is added some time. Is is possible?
baguazhang2 (1 year ago)
Can someone tell me if all of these 'complications' are run by a chip, or if they're mechanical?
Советник (1 year ago)
Sorry mr. Hoptroff but this watch is just... not moving enough. Yes, its price is reasonable and compared to other luxury watches is great, and yes it is cool that it is so precise, but something is lacking. And aesthetically it is not quite what I expect from a super-cool innovation inspired horological piece. I would not buy it, for sure. Hope this helps, cheers
CAMPER PRO (2 years ago)
Get a gshock. It's the closest you'll get. Peace
Desire123ification (4 years ago)
Preferably as a pocket watch, but not a wristwatch...
John D (4 years ago)
But how long does the wearer tick? In my view it is a lousy investment for the buyer. But good for his descendants. I hope he is a good breeder!
oracleofottawa (4 years ago)
And the battery lasts a whole day...
slhines7 (4 years ago)
How absurd!
Edd Dee (4 years ago)
What's the point of having a accurate watch when rest of the world follows the inaccurate time.
Desire123ification (4 years ago)
At least the owners know the "real" time.
mercenarieboy (4 years ago)
The world doesn't all other clocks are set according to a few atomic clocks.
k (4 years ago)
a pair of balls on your wrist.

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