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Woohoo! Thrilling to know that we have this technology!
I remember having similar feelings of joy when I got my first MB6. Actually I still feel the same, every time I wear my MB6 watch. Checking if it has synced over night has become my new favorite morning routine. Sync success so far 99% (Southern California Coast).
 

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I had my “first” this week too, it really is impressive technology! Especially on my ana digi (Casio Lineage) where the hands sync up.

Most reading are laughing, but I honestly never knew such watches existed until a few weeks ago. I do a lot of train traveling in Europe, being confident that the time on my wrist is reliable is worth a lot to me.
 

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I compleatly understand your feelings although I haven't experienced this thrill myself. There's no reception where I live and I failed get a signal on my three trips abroad since I got my first atomic. All apps I tried had failed as well.

I hope to get my cherry popped on my upcoming trip to Prague - it is very close to the German tower. Until then I can only envy your joy...
 

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It is very cool. I have a few watches with it and I dig it. Makes me feel like my non-atomic quartz watches with their abhorrent tenth-of-a-second drift per day are just...unacceptable.
 

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Understand the feeling. Felt same way when seeing the syncing timestamp in Gshock app . No MB6 at my end.

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Sync success so far 99% (Southern California Coast).
100% sync success here in South London.

MB6 has been the deathnail for automatic watches for me; I just cannot tolerate any inaccuracy now I've been spoilt by MB6. I know it's irrational really as I'm not involved in launching space rockets or anything, but if it's possible to be constantly totally accurate then why not.
 
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