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- analog and use the same movements in Seikos such as the 7T62 quartz chronograph movement. In 1970, Pulsar was a brand of the American Hamilton Watch...
- GMT. 9R84 : 41 jewels, date, Chronograph. 9R86 : 50 jewels, date, GMT, Chronograph. 9R96 : 50 jewels, date, GMT, Chronograph. "Time p****es beautifully on...
- of the velocity. In 1844, the Electro-ballistic chronograph was invented and by 1867 the electro-ballistic chronograph was accurate to within one ten...
- exclusively, chronographs. The configuration moves the crown and chronograph pushers to the top of the watch. Bullheads are commonly wris****ch chronographs that...
- contributed to the Allied victory in World War II. He invented the Aberdeen Chronograph for measuring muzzle velocities, contributed significantly (perhaps critically...
- analogue-digital chronograph, which was succeeded within 12 months by the Calibre 1620, the company's first completely LCD chronograph wris****ch. Despite...
- Auge-Ohr-Methode, chronograph) visually by impersonal micrometer (moving thread with automatic registration) photographic registration CCD or other electro optic...
- electrical looms, traffic signals, and pendulum clocks as well as Hipp's Chronograph. The son of grain miller at a monastery, Hipp was born 25 October 1813...
- electrical telegraph. In 1861 he moved to Shepherds, an electric clock & chronograph maker and in 1863 he joined the London Chatham and Dover Railway (LCDR)...
- invented a small motor and built the chronoscope and the registering chronograph for time measurement. The first electric clocks had prominent pendulums...
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