Earlier this month, the National Institute of Standards Technology (NIST) in the United States introduced the NIST-F2, an atomic clock that has the ability to lose only one second every 300 million years. This is one of the most accurate built by the man. However, these applications are only intended for labs or military purposes and the average citizen does not have the ability to access these advances, until now.
Watchmaker Bathys Hawaii introduced the Cesium 133, the first atomic wristwatch in the world, with the quality to be delayed one second every thousand years.
The project had already been revealed in September 2013, but only now was arranged on the site so that interested users could finance it.
Although its appearance is far from the aesthetics of a conventional clock, its creator claims that there are some stakeholders. Your cost is $6000 (about 3 million 300 thousand pesos) and only 10 units will be manufactured.