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By utilizing a genuine internal cesium atomic clock, we have created the first atomic wristwatch; accurate to 1 sec in 1000 years.
By utilizing a genuine internal cesium atomic clock, we have created the first atomic wristwatch; accurate to 1 sec in 1000 years.
By utilizing a genuine internal cesium atomic clock, we have created the first atomic wristwatch; accurate to 1 sec in 1000 years.
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      David Woo on

      I'm speechless, an awesome achievement. Well done John.

    2. Michael Rees on

      Wanted to say thank you for such a great watch. Received 100F Q today and stoked is not the word. Simple and quality and classic 3 things I really appreciate. Loving the tshirt too. My daughters think a naughty child has scribbled over the picture....I love it! Thanks again and I hope all goes well with the atomic project �

    3. Joe Lin on

      Just got my 100F Quartz up here in Colorado. Just wow!!

      Thanks again for the T-shirt and calendar as well.

      :)

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      Julie Morrow on

      Thanks for taking the time & money to order quality t-shirts. Many would have just bought the cheapest ones. It's your efforts like this that make my husband love his Bathys watches so much!

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      David Woo on

      AWESOME!!! I knew you coul do it, John. Huge congrays!!
      David

    6. Rob on

      Congrats on approaching the $75,000 level. I'm still hoping for the You Tube Happy Dance but am respectfully asking if you will film the Happy Dance with the Bathy-mobile in the background! What a cool car!!!!

      Rob

    7. Rob on

      $72,258 as of 04/22/14. Impressive and congrats! Any ideas or hints on stretch goals? I think original Bathy's T shirts and Pelican cases for those who pledged for watches is a good stretch goal in my humble opinion. Thanks for the recent update. The press releases have been amazing. Rob

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      John Fitzgerald on

      Congrats John on great accomplishment!

      I just ordered a Lunar to go along with my 100F. Great quality, creativeness, and its support a local American company. Its hard to go wrong with that mix. Congrats again and can't wait to see project updates!

      It would also be awesome to bring back the Bathys Swag Section, especially the camo hats!

    9. Rob on

      Congrats on the Hodinkee article I just read on Facebook. Great press coverage for a very worthy project. All my best - Rob Klein

    10. Steve Knaus on

      Dr. Patterson, I would like to recommend black t shirts with your business name on the front and the islands schematic on the back in white. Just my 2!| cents. Keep up the great work. We are all very excited to see what kinda magic you will work on these new watches.

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      Jonathan Lee on

      When I saw your FB post about a new batch of Bathys 100 Fathoms Quartz as a pledge prize, I immediately jumped on it! I got so excited that I made a post in WUS!

      I also agree with Mr. Klein about prizes for a stretch goal. Your Bathys followers will definitely go for some swag.

    12. Todd Chronis on

      Unbelievable. I pledged for a Lunar to replace the one my wife lost (so sad) but I was doubtful that the goal would be met. Not to worry.

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      David Woo on

      John: if you can find a way to put a Bathys logo on that coconut, I'm in.
      :)
      Still wearing my aquaculture.

    14. Rob on

      I just pledged at the $175 level for the lunar watch. Would you consider a pelican case/ T shirt option as a stretch goal, or for an added pledge amount? I just received my Bathy's Benthic Ti in the mail today and the watch and packaging are awesome. Good luck - Rob