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So before time flies, hook up with the time, to utilise the best of your time we need a watch. A watch makes you look better and confident. Let’s check 7 best watches for men that runs on solar energy and which can make you look magnificent and keep you on time always. Let’s check Abhijit Mitra’s selected 7 best solar watches you can buy in 2018
7 best solar watches for men
Citizen-created its Eco drive range of sleek power – powered watches once they figured how to make a ring like a solar panel that could be hidden away under a translucent dial. The recent Eco-Drive One is now the contender watch with a movement – which has 85 components – that’s only 1 mm thick. The watch limbos under the 3 mm mark with 200th of a millimetre to spare. Once it is fully charged, it can run for 300 days without a further need to charge it.
Danish company Bering makes a number of watches with typical Scandinavian minimalism and the Slim Solar is one of its lines that uses light to run. The solar cell under the watch face stores the power in a rechargeable secondary battery. Once the battery is fully charged, it can run anywhere for 6 to 12 months, even it is stored in complete darkness. Scratch resistant sapphire crystals and brushed stainless steel create a sense of understated class. And its design makes it look slimmer than its 9mm.
German watchmaker Junghans probably has the most foo, proof solution for accuracy – radio control. The mega uses the latest generation of multifrequency radio – controlled receivers to read the long – wave time signals from transmitters in Japan, Germany and the US to synchronise the watch daily. So, the time doesn’t vary by more than a few thousandths of a second. It also adjusts to summer and winter times. If it cannot get a radio signals, it still runs with the Quartz precision. Running on light energy, it has a power reserve of 21 months.
with the Astron watch driven by the newly developed 5X series moment, Seiko claims to have made the world’s smallest and thinnest GPS solar watch. It’s 42.9 mm in diameter and 12.2 mm in depth. This watch talks to the GPS network in any location in the world and adjusts the time automatically. Meant for those who travel across different time zones often, this watch also has a dual time function along with a chronograph. Since it is solar powered, it doesn’t need any battery change and as it sets according to the daylight saving time in a place, it is accurate to a second in 100000 years, the precision of an atomic clock.
The Mudmaster is possibly the toughest solar watch in the market. An extreme Casio G-Shock, it is for the people who need to work in places with rubble, dirt, and debris. The new GSC – 100-1A3DR packs solar-powered operation into the already formidable mix. The design is rugged with a wide hour and minute hands and large Arabic numeral hour markers make the watch easy to read in tough conditions.it’s got dual LED lighting to help. Cylindrical piping projects buttons against the impact and improves their operations, and gaskets inside the buttons prevent the entry of fine sand and dust particles.throw what you have got at it.
This is a classy piece and looks all of it. Luckily, the quartz mechanism running on solar power keeps it affordable. The features list is impressive. It has a battery level indicator, stopwatch with three dials, three measuring modes, date display and is accurate to 20 seconds per month. A fully charged battery is good enough to let it run for 5 months. It is also water resistant to 100m. The case is stainless steel and the sapphire glass has a non-reflective coat.
This probably just the second attempt ever to run a watch on body heat. The Matrix PowerWatch has a tiny thermoelectric generator that makes electricity using a difference in temperature between the human body and its surroundings. It is also the first time anyone is trying this technology in a smartwatch that measures things as calories burned, activity level and sleep. Way back in 1980, another American watch company, Bulova, had introduced the Thermatron, which was the first watch to run on body heat of the wearer. The PowerWatch not only does that but also shows how much electric power a user is generating.when taken off the wrist, it stores all data in its memory and goes into sleep mode. When it is put back on, it starts up from where it left off. It has got a power meter too, that tells how much electricity your body is producing. This chunky watch is available in three variants Power Watch, Special Edition and the Power Watch X.
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