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    watch with julian date

    hello,
    At work we use julian dates. I need a watch that displays this. I found one, the Casio G-force 7700/7710 series...casio calls it "days elapsed from 1 Jan". Any other casios or other brands do this?? The 7700 is an all digital watch..was hoping for an analog dial with digital display...or even an atomic version. Thanks for the help.

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    Re: watch with julian date

    If it would suffice, there appear to be apps for android and iphone that could do this.

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    Re: watch with julian date

    Quote Originally Posted by hittheskids View Post
    If it would suffice, there appear to be apps for android and iphone that could do this.

    Why do you need a Julian date ?

    People over the world are observing Mayan date these days.
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    Re: watch with julian date

    Quote Originally Posted by coboz View Post
    At work we use julian dates. I need a watch that displays this.
    Very cool, but very esoteric for a mass produced watch.


    Quote Originally Posted by coboz View Post
    I found one, the Casio G-force 7700/7710 series...casio calls it "days elapsed from 1 Jan".
    I'm impressed that you found one. Does it, however, actually display the JULIAN DATE (i.e. starting at 4713 BC) or does it just show you the day number of the current year?

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    I work for the military (cant have a cellphone at work) and everything we do is based off julian dates....not the true one, but the number of the day in that calendar year. Aviators also use this date. Seems this casio maybe the ticket. thanks.

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    Re: watch with julian date

    That really cuts down on choices, but I'm sure the G-Shock crowd can suggest plenty of options...
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    Re: watch with julian date

    The Omega Spacemaster Z-33 displays the number of the day in the year with a few pushes or turns of the crown.

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