Accurist Launches Greenwich Commemorative Collection

Excerpt from Europa Star feature – Bling me an Accurist – February 21, 2005 A few years earlier, in 1993, Accurist became the Royal Observatory’s official timekeeper. At Greenwich today there is a digital clock proclaiming the name Accurist along with the time. A legend reads “Greenwich Mean Time: This clock records the time for the world”. The connection with Greenwich continues. Accurist has just launched the Greenwich Commemorative Collection. Rear Admiral Roy Clare is Director of both the National Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory. He says: “I personally thank Accurist for its continuing support and congratulate them on producing a superb new range of watches that commemorate the qualities that have been associated with Greenwich for more than 300 years.” One of the first models is the new Grand Complication with the traditional features such as perpetual calendar, a repeating mechanism, a chronograph, a sweep second giving both split and lap times, a home indicator for travellers and a moon phase display

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