A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
Re: The "Perfect" CN wrist watch
From: Greg Rudzinski
Date: 2015 Oct 23, 09:56 -0700
A dedicated digital stopwatch with split memory would work . Lots of choices at low cost. I get by with a basic stopwatch with a single split function. This preserves time during twilight observations when reading a wristwatch is difficult.
From: Herman Dekker
Date: 2015 Oct 23, 08:34 -0700
Is there a digital wristwatch on the market that can capture the actual time in hour, min, sec. I think that would be nice for the CN, shoot object, push watch button, write down the Ho, and go on to the next observation. Preferable the watch should have at least 9 memorys, can you shoot 3 times 3 different objects. Once i had found a watch but only captured hours and minutes and no secs, so useless for us. Is there such a watch on the market? Or must I go on writing time and Ho.
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