Aarons fantastic Roger Dubuis 'puls watch' vs mine!

Hi Aaron,
stop saying you take bad pics!
They are marvellous!
Below you will see a really bad pic, I promise, that I took several years ago, 2005.
It was on the 'puls watch' I used than when jogging, still use it but never checked again.
The brand is Polar and I can really recommend it, had a simpler version before,
this keeps the last hundred runs, including split times,
and 100 other fuctions taht I know nothing about!
In rain, snow, heat ( more seldom ) and also laying for a month or so.
I took the pic in front of an official time site.
You have to beleive me that it was after exactly one year.
The reason was because I should check the guarantee and it happened to be some week before,
so I waited for exactly the day I had set it, which I noticed and also the watch, since it keeps the runs.
Anyhow I know it's true.
I also presented it here before.
Anyone who has had a watch going one year without gaining or loosing a second?



Aarons fantastic Roger Dubuis 'puls watch' vs mine!
now that's called chronometry :-) My lousy scan (one of many)
03/21/2011 - 11:32
taken at SIHH 2002 with a point and shoot and a loupe... probably for that all fuzzy ambiance :-)
when fuzzy is fad, i have much to contribute....
03/21/2011 - 14:35
it can also turn the dial grainy as a to-die-for platinum dial from VC ! this is my cinderella transformation ...
Doc, what's happening?
03/21/2011 - 19:05
Its hard to be impressed by the accuracy of a circuit board .  A nearly-100 year old pocket watch that was accurate within 10 secs a year is really wonderous!
03/21/2011 - 20:17
"Doc crosses the finishing line on time but trips-up over his camera. A request follows to find lousy photos...I can't wait!!!! Smile.........watch the birdy! Tony