Stauer Titanium Atomic Watch

February 15, 2009 | By | Reply More

atomic-watch Every now and then, we discover a remarkable find from a jeweler that we have partnered with to bring you new products that are not only aesthetically pleasing, but remarkably unique.

The Stauer Titanium Atomic Watch, which functions based off a U.S. government F-1 Atomic clock in Boulder, Colorado, loses only 1 second per 20 million years!

Stauer’s new titanium watch utilizes actual transmissions from the cesium fission atomic clock to report the most precise time available.

Priced at only $195.00, you can Buy Direct at This Link or view more watch specifications.

The Atomic Watch Features:

  • Titanium Case
  • Atomic Movement
  • Digital and Quartz Movement
  • The Titanium Watch is 74 Grams Which is Equal to 0.163 Pound
  • Face Diameter 1 11/16″
  • Band Width 3/4″
  • Titanium Folding band and Clasp
  • Water Resistant Up to 3 atm
  • Luminous Hands
  • Will Fit a 6 1/2″ to 9″ Wrist
  • Thickness 7/16″
  • Band Length 9 3/4″

There are many advantages to the titanium band vs. steel.

Titanium is corrosion resistant and titanium has the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal, making it extremely durable, and comfortably light (45% lighter than steel).

View the Titanium Atomic Watch and their collection of high quality, precise time-pieces.

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