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Over the course of 30 days, my solar/wave ceptor MTG-910DA has gained 6 seconds; i.e., it is now 6 seconds fast compared to an atomic clock website:

http://www.time.gov/timezone.cgi?Mountain/d/-7/java

I last synced the MTG-910DA on Nov. 8 at 05:03. After that, I turned off the auto-sync, and let the timekeeping go on its own.

I think CASIO specs state a +/- 15 sec per month, so to gain 6 seconds over 30 days seems pretty good. At this rate of 6 seconds per month, it would gain only 1 min 12 sec per year. That's not bad, in my opinion. Now, I should be checking my other G-Shocks for time keeping accuracy....

It is pretty neat to have the Wave Ceptor feature for auto-sync, but it is also great to know that inherently, the Wave Ceptor enabled modules still have good internal independent time-keeping so as to not have to rely on the Wave Ceptor sync to keep good time.
 

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atomic is good when you have many watches and when changing the DST time comes :-D
 
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