Yes WorldWatch V7 Digital Quartz Watch

Yes WorldWatch V7 Digital Quartz Watch

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The Yes WorldWatch V7 is so much more than a device to track the time. This multi-role digital sport watch is one with the sun and moon, other time zones, and you Read More

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RHPICAYUNE
200
Feb 1, 2021
Hi Drop, Exactly what time DOES this drop become unavailable? I’m still mulling it over. Thanks
Ends in 12 hours. If you miss it you can head on over to their website.
RHPICAYUNE
200
Feb 1, 2021
Thank you for the reply ! I really like it, just $650 is a good chunk 💵 💰 for me...still contemplating
cbsbyte
30
Jan 28, 2021
How resistant are the electronics to the environment; such as humidity, moisture, heat, and cold? Not speaking of using it in extreme conditions but typical day to day in those environments. Understandably the battery's charge would be affected by those environments. Thanks again.
Very resistant.. Water resistant to 10 ATM. While worn on the wrist, temperature is not really an issue. By accident I did leave my watch in blaring hit sunshine once, but it didn't affect it. I'd certainly store it dry in room temperature. The key is NOT to use the buttons while submerged or in contact with water. For that brief push the double o-ring seal can be compromised and the capillary effect will suck water in, especially if you are underwater.. This is the case with all watch buttons, not just ours.
cbsbyte
30
Jan 27, 2021
What is the replacement policy on the LCD screen if it fails due to a defect after the two-year warranty? Can it be repaired/replaced? Costs? Thanks
Good question. Repaired? 50/50 chance. The pitch and pressure holding the LCD in place have been carefully engineered to hold up. If the contacts slip I am not sure if adjusted pressure can reconnect them. That would be a cheap fix. Replacing the whole module? 100% chance. Haven't priced that out yet, but easily $200+.
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RHPICAYUNE
200
Jan 27, 2021
I don’t see it in the description, but I’m assuming the charging clip/ cable comes with the watch, yes? Thanks !
Yes. Standard USB cable with clip.
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RHPICAYUNE
200
Jan 27, 2021
If I purchase this watch, how do I know the battery production date, as they have an estimated 5 year life? i.e. was my battery made 1 month ago, or 4 years ago? Thanks
akraut
13
Jan 27, 2021
I believe it's roughly 5yrs of use, not 5 calendar years since manufacture. That's usually figured based on average recharging cycles. On the website, the battery replacement total cost is listed as $39, so it's not terribly outrages when the battery does hit it's end of life.
Welcome to the world of rechargeable battery technology. A science all to itself, so much trickier than expected and the answers regarding this are never firm from a manufacturer. It depends on many things. Customers are reporting about 3 months of battery life after a full night of charging. Estimated lifetime is a guess but we're hoping for 5 years. What you don't want to do with a rechargeable battery is to let it sit flat for a long time.
RHPICAYUNE
200
Jan 27, 2021
Hi, what’s the tech specs on the tritium tubes? i.e T25, T100? Thanks
T100 24+1 tube on 24-hour dial and hand.
We ditched the EU LUME version. EU has tricky import rules regarding tubes. They will only allow mass importation of T25 watches, but singular shipments of T100 are ok. You want the T100 for readability, no doubt about that.
amateriat
30
Jan 25, 2021
I'll give props for the engineering chops behind this number, but it's rather overwrought for me…and I used to be all about overwrought. I'm also totally off ana/digi "hybrid" watches: it's either all-analog or all-digital. (And I haven't had the latter until about six months ago, when I picked up a Casio Pro Trek for about $80 from Costco, and which offers more than I actually need.)
Kris_D
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Jan 25, 2021
I've been wanting to get one of these ever since Marc from Long Island Watch made a video about which watches he'd take to the apocalypse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55khuCEamhM I'd find it quite fun and handy for photography.
The watch compassionates rank watches on technology applied. It ranges from the most magnificent mechanical, to a five dollar quartz. They will both take you to the  goal of hours, minutes and seconds. So our timekeepers move that goal to include natural time, the cycles of the sun and the moon. The essential rhythms of time. To me it just makes total sense. Plan time with greater confidence no matter what you are about to do. Neither mechanicals nor quartz can capture and reflect this information. Chip technology in one form or another must be applied. The V7 is a freestanding time machine that gives you all this info at a glance. Always on, no swiping or app required. Big brother can’t follow. It is your time. I call our movement a 24-Hour Solunar Movement, there is nothing else like it. Custom built from scratch. It has the smallest Swiss Ronda servo-driven quartz analog hand movement slowed to 24 hours. Chip programming calculates the time data based on NASA astronomical algorithms. The LCD updates every midnight to show the time data for your location. The master quartz will run to plus/minus 0.5 seconds a month.  That the V7 gets just about 3 months of battery life on a full night of charging is awesome. Check out this link for the story behind the V7:  https://www.yeswatch.com/wrist-watch/worldwatch/our-story.html?id=2pZ75dfT

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Sun and moon data changes daily. We do the calculations at midnight. Independent of any signal, atomic or otherwise. The unique software time trim will run the master quartz to plus/minus 0.5 seconds a month. LCD=Liquid Crystal Display is the unique screen that shows the daily cycles.
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The live LCD consist of 1094 segments which allows for a very accurate rendering of the digits and the sun and moon cycles.

RHPICAYUNE
200
Jan 28, 2021
Thanks so much for your reply !!
akraut
13
Jan 25, 2021
Adding my 2c here, as one of the purchasers... When I think about why I've purchased various watches over the years, sometimes it's for a specific use, but generally it's because I wanted something that gave me confidence in it's accuracy, and was pleasing to look at when I did. My collection ranges from inexpensive G-Shocks to Tourbillons, but each at it's base accomplishes that simple task of accurately telling the time. The Yes watches for years have extended the information they communicate to include the Lunar and Solar Cycles as well, which extends to the history of time-keeping and calendars. These cycles are the base of life on the planet. I'm excited to get my hands on this latest incarnation of the Yes collection.
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