Buying an Atomic G-shock

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    Buying an Atomic G-shock

    Hello

    I am wondering if the Atomic Watch works well in Vancouver BC Canada. I had an atomic solar g-shock GW1310A (which I sold) but it didn't work all that well, particularly syncing for the DST. Wondering if you can help me.

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    Re: Buying an Atomic G-shock

    It should work with out much trouble, but it can also depend on where you live, and what is around you. If you live in a location where you do not have a clear view to the SE (towards Ft. Collins, CO) then you may have some trouble.
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    Re: Buying an Atomic G-shock

    It worked for me about 1/3 to 1/2 of the nights I put it in the window on auto-sync. If the weather was really bad, it usually failed.

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    Re: Buying an Atomic G-shock

    i think on a clear night you shouldnt have too much trouble. i synch 90% of the time in Bellingham, WA, just across the border from you

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