Chronometer

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Re: Chronometer

New postby brownsrplm » Tue Apr 14, 2015 6:29 pm

Tom,
Mis-spoke about 9 positions, didn't mean that. My watch states adjusted to 9 positions. This would include temp and isochronism.

Neil,
The marketing aspect was not the temp, but the fact that they put 9 positions on the movements. This could be any number of combinations to get that result. I seem to recall that they were doing this in competition with another company at the time.
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