Stauer atomic watches are the most accurate watches in the world, according to the company’s website. The company claims its watches will be off by one second every 20 million years. Stauer watches read the time, several times a day, from the United States Atomic Clock in Boulder, Colorado over a radio signal. The Stauer 11475 atomic watch comes with either titanium or a leather watchband, which makes it ideal for both men and women.
Look for any plastic film that is covering the watch’s face. Remove the plastic knob that prevents you from pushing the button.
Push the button. This is typically located on the right side of your watch.
Look for the time zones appearing on the screen. Press the button once the appropriate time zone appears.
Wait for the watch to set itself. Watch as the hands to move to the correct time.
Push the button one last time. The correct month and day also appear. Your Stauer watch knows what day and month it is via the Colorado atomic clock.
References and ResourcesStauer: Glossary
Stauer: World Atomic Watch Instruction Manual
ResourcesStauer: Stauer Titanium Atomic Watch
Stauer: Ladies Ice Blue Atomic Watch