How do Aquaracer-Chronotimer/Kirium F1 work ?

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    How do Aquaracer-Chronotimer/Kirium F1 work ?

    I've posted this on the TH forum and bizarrely, no-one seems to know.

    So i'm trying here, in the hope that someone's used a B1 and one of these Tags or something with the ETA E20.321 perhaps.

    These are the Analog-digital variants, and I'd like to know how they function. Does the Seconds Hand stop when you use the backlight or turn the Crown, and then catch up (like on a Breitling B1) ?

    Any similarities with the Omega X33 ?




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    Re: How do Aquaracer-Chronotimer/Kirium F1 work ?

    I've had one of the Aquaracer ones for a while, previously had the F1 Chronotimer.
    Yes, the second hand stops while the backlight is on, then jumps forward about 8-10 secs when light goes out. F1 Chronotimer has no second hand. As for the X-33 comparisons, well the Aquaracer's a lot better looking for a start...
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    Re: How do Aquaracer-Chronotimer/Kirium F1 work ?

    Quote Originally Posted by bogmanfan View Post
    I've had one of the Aquaracer ones for a while, previously had the F1 Chronotimer.
    Yes, the second hand stops while the backlight is on, then jumps forward about 8-10 secs when light goes out. F1 Chronotimer has no second hand. As for the X-33 comparisons, well the Aquaracer's a lot better looking for a start...
    Thanks.
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