I am a bit fanatical about having the time accurate to the exact second. I usually set my watch to GPS or ntp-synced server time, and I am thinking about buying a radio-controlled watch.
However, I've got used to wearing my watch (I mean one watch) all the time, even while sleeping.
I heard, that radio controlled watches have to be put somewhere to the window facing the transmitter (Mainpflingen, in my case).
Then, at night, I am either sleeping, or walking, whether outside or inside, sitting at the desk or just anything. And I just don't want to take it off.
Having to sit at the window at the certain time (even without moving) or having to remember to launch the manual reception in certain situations (e.g. when outside) is something I'm afraid of. That would be almost as boring as setting the watch to the correct time manually.
Anybody out there with a radio controlled watch wearing it all the time? Is it like that, or is it like receiving the signal anytime without that you need to care specially about it?