Inside a big store it's hard to impossible for the atomic watches to receive the calibration signal. Last time one watch received was october last year. It hadn't reached the store by then."Atomic signal is another matter"......... what do you mean here? Can you explain? Thank you.
And thank you to the rest as well for posting great answers to my question.
"Most the solar casios in our store have no clue what natural light is.""Atomic signal is another matter"......... what do you mean here? Can you explain? Thank you.
I'm in the UK, and have previously had my solar G drop to a very low charge during winter/autumn months. I eventually realised that the key to lasting out the dark months with ease was to turn the auto EL feature off.
With auto EL turned off you will have no problem at all, as the power required to run everything other than the light is comparatively low.