Demonstrating the Solar powered Atomic Talking Watch

Demonstrating the Solar powered Atomic Talking Watch

In this episode, Chris discusses his atomic talking solar watch and

demonstrates setting an alarm.  Kim hints at some upcoming projects and announces our upcoming Tek Talk appearance on October 17,  2016. There is a brief discussion of the All new Amazon Echo Dot, which is coming out in the U.S. on October 20. Our friends in the UK can also now

order Alexa products, and if you’re in Germany and want one of these

cool devices, you’ll be able to get one within the next couple of weeks.


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2 comments on “Demonstrating the Solar powered Atomic Talking Watch

  1. Hello from Norway. 🙂
    Thanks for your entertaining and usefull podcasts. I have two questions about the talking atomic solar watch.
    1. What about the hands. I’m totally blind, but I think it is important to have the hands set correctly. Does the watch adjust the hands automatically?
    2. I know that the german time signal will reach to where I live, and the time zone is the same, but what about the language? I would like to use the watch in English, but I need to use the german time signal. Is this possible? Will te watch speak german when you select the german time signal, or are there a separate option for speech language? Or perhaps the watch don’t speak german, only English?
    Thank you, and many warm greetings from Lillehammer in Norway! 🙂

    1. Hello, It is my understanding the hands were set from the factory as I had someone with vision take a look at it. As long as you keep the battery charged the hands should stay synchronized with speech. I’m not sure on the language question. I would assume the watch speaks english no matter of the timezone setting. There is no setting within the watch to change the voice language that I have found.

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