Yes Zulu Watch
Sometimes I get stuck with weird shifts at work and I have to go to the office at a ridiculously early time. While I don’t really look forward to the work, I enjoy catching the sunrise every now and then because of my schedule. And with the Yes Zulu Watch, you can keep track of the local time, sunrise/sunset, and moonrise/moonset so you can catch them at any time you want to.
The Yes Zulu Watch is pretty pricey (it’s priced at nearly eight hundred bucks, FYI) but that’s because this watch is state-of-the-art and is programmed with a sophisticated software that can give you more than ordinary watches can.
Yes Zulu Watch
A collection of solar and lunar algorithms from distinguished astronomers, the US Naval Observatory and NASA, are incorporated into a sophisticated program that calculates extensive time data through the year 2099. All of this information can be immediately accessed regardless of where you might find yourself on the planet. In addition, the Yes Zulu Watch offers a beautifully understated look as well as great readability due to a high contrast black & white LCD display. The moon stone indicating midnight makes it a purely personal time piece.
- Displays local time, times for sunrise and sunset, moonrise and moon-set, lunar phase, length of day/night, digital time, and military time
- Watch is pre-programmmed for 583 cities worldwide for years 2000-2099
- Times for sunrise – sunset – solar high noon
- Solstice & equinox alerts
The Yes Zulu Watch is available from ThinkGeek for $795.