A new revolutionary watch with the ultimate precision, named the Citizen Appleseed XIII Eco-Drive Satellite Watch will be released in fall. It is the first timepiece that includes the technology that allows it to receive signals from satellites in the Earth’s orbit.
Since the satellite signals are under the control of atomic clocks, the latest Citizen watch is ultra precise. This captivating timepiece is also powered by solar energy, which enables it to function continuously without the need for battery replacement. Solar power and extreme precision combined are the insurance that you don’t have to worry about the maintenance, because the Citizen Appleseed XIII functions perfectly, precisely and endlessly.
This revolutionary watch is another giant leap for the watchmaking industry. Citizen has found a way to overcome the greatest obstacle for radio-controlled watches. Even though this sort of timekeeping insures the greatest precision, it has serious problems because of the limited coverage of the existing stations. Radio signals can be received only in North America, Europe and parts of Asia. Resourceful watchmaker Citizen developed the Satellite Wave technology to solve this problem.
Time from Outer Space and Matching Groundbreaking Design
The next-generation Citizen watch tracks the closest from the 24 navigation satellites in the earth’s orbit. Because of the fact that each of the satellites orbits around the earth every twelve hours, the new Citizen Appleseed can get the signal from any place on the planet. Even if you are in the furthest and the most remote corners of the earth, you don’t have to worry because the watch remains in the reach of the signals and stays ultimately accurate.
The design of this amazing Citizen timepiece reflects the cutting-edge technology that enables its precision. The watch includes a metal ring, which is embedded in the bezel made of glass. This gives the impression that it is floating in outer space, just like the satellite does in the orbit. It also has a round case made of ceramic combined with stainless steel. The case appears to be independent of the watch’s lugs and has a resemblance to the earth.
The neat design of the Citizen Appleseed XIII also includes the spiral green parts, which are visible from the both sides of the bezel. This detail also reflects the fact that the Citizen’s revolutionary timepiece receives radio waves from the orbit. Overall, its three-dimensional black dial with green and white accents is really captivating and resembles a futuristic space ship.
It seems fair to conclude that the Citizen Appleseed XIII Eco-Drive Satellite Wave Watch combines an amazing design with cutting-edge performance. If you want to connect your wrist with atomic clocks via the navigation satellites, this amazing timepiece is the right watch for you. Citizen has announced that the new Appleseed XIII will be available this fall in a limited edition. However, all of its features are still not revealed, just like its price.