Do Casio Atomic Timekeeping watches pick up signal In Canada?

Answer The signal comes out of The NIST facility in Fort Collins, Colorado. The advertised range is 2000 miles for an OK signal, and 600 miles for a good signal.You are about 1350 miles away, so you shoul... Read More »

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Do atomic timekeeping watches work in Canada?

Atomic timekeeping watches work in parts of Canada. Signals are sent from a radio tower in Fort Collins, Colorado. The signal has a radius of approximately 1730 miles and therefore, coverage is ava... Read More »

Who makes Casio watches?

Casio watches are made by Casio America, Inc. The company is based in Dover, N.J., and is the U.S. subsidiary of the Casio Computer Co., Ltd., which is located in Tokyo.References:Casio USA: About... Read More »

Where are Casio watches made?

Casio watches or timepieces are made at four manufacturing plants in the Far East. They are Yamagata Casio in Japan; Casio Electronic (Shenzhen) Guandu Factory and Casio Electronic Technology (Zhon... Read More »

Casio G-Shock Atomic Time Set Instructions?

The Casio G-Shock watch is an atomic watch that automatically receives a time signal from atomic clocks worldwide on a regular basis, meaning the watch always displays an accurate time and does not... Read More »