Wednesday, April 10, 2013

4 Important Tips - Whether you should Buy A Radio Controlled Watch, or Not

4 Important Tips - Whether you should Buy A Radio Controlled Watch, or Not

No.1 Where do you live?
If you live near the following 5 areas, namely the west of US, the northeast of China, Japan, the UK or Germany, you can CONSIDER the idea of buying a Radio Controlled watch because these are the only areas where the 5 major transmitters in the world are located.

No.2 Are the signals clear and consistent?
If the places you live or work are not wrapped up in concrete reinforcing bars, you can move 1 step further into the idea of buying a Radio Controlled watch. The problem with a concrete building is that signals cannot penetrate through its metallic structure.

No.3 Do you expect a long battery life?
In the event of inconsistent signals, a Radio Controlled watch will keep searching, resulting in the increase of power consumption. Although some Radio Controlled watches claim to use solar energy to compensate the power loss, the battery might still be drained out in 3 to 6 months.

No.4 Do you need to travel to different time zones?
If you stay at domestic places all the time, getting a Radio Controlled watch will provide you with convenience. But if you travel a lot to different time zones and wish a Radio Controlled watch would display the correct local time automatically, I am afraid you will get disappointed. Different places have different frequencies. But one Radio Controlled watch can only recognize ONE frequency. It doesn’t matter where you are going. One thing you know for sure is that you will end up changing the time manually.  

I hope these tips above will help you make a right decision when it comes to buy a Radio Controlled watch. Above all, we are all reluctant to waste time or money on something that does not work well.

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