By Eric Yang
on 5.12.08

Citizen-Eco-Drive-Super-Chronograph-1000.jpgIf you need to measure 1/1000th of a second then you’re likely involved with a sport I know little about. Last I checked seconds weren’t measured in golf. The Eco-Drive Super Chronograph Calibre U700/U70 from Citizen is the second company after TAG Heuer to accomplish this according to our friends at Professional Watches.

But the fun doesn’t stop there.

There are functions for lap memo to check previous results, best lap recall, average lap and lap speed. Functions are controlled through hinged buttons ensuring proper chronograph use and the bezel serves as a slide rule. Rounding out the features are world time, calendar, alarm and LED light. And no, it’s not a coincidence that the dials are housed in an enclosure that looks like a vehicle’s instrument cluster. [via Professional Watches]

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