As some of you know, my greatest nemesis is the misaligned seconds hand on quartz. I was thinking today about the various strategies for fixing that.
1. Perfect alignment. I've seen it, usually on Citizens but also on Grand Seiko watches. I was lucky enough to get a Timex with perfect alignment but I figure that will never happen again in this universe.
2. Sweeping quartz. Bulova's the king here, but most of them aren't my style.
3. Two-hand quartz. My favorite of these is by Uniform Wares but I've seen a few other nice ones.
4. Digital seconds. Today's thread. Of course all digital watches are perfect, so I thought I'd bring up ana-digi watches that have analog time with digital seconds. To me it's a perfect solution. Casio does it well, but if I'm not mistaken I've seen Seiko, Breitling, and a few others do it. Somebody here probably knows which ETA quartz movements do it.
Since it's rude to start a thread without pictures, here's what I dug up with a couple of minutes' thought:
Casio's 4334 module
Seiko SNJ019. I could have had one of these on clearance for $150 once but I was into mechanical and didn't get it. I could kick myself now.
Victorinox Swiss Army XLS
What am I missing? I'd use the search function, but what do you search for here?