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A watch with a perpetual calendar automatically adjusts for the months' varying length and for leap years.
 

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Well, now would be a good time to get one before the end of the month. :wink:
 

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And here I thought perpetual meant it ran forever.

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Thanks you folks! I'll be here all week. Try the veal.
 

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Lots of great articles about perpetual calendars in the newest issue of Revolution magazine...But for the price of that magazine I could make a value pay!:scared:
 

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They can usually tell you the month and the years since the last leap year as well, at least with the Seiko perpetual's. I loved the Seiko Dance.... it would change the date to show the month number, then the second hand would move in 5 second intervals. Depending on how many it moved, would tell you how many years since the last leap year! It was a cool thing to watch! But sure was a battery killer!
 

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What amazes me is the IWC with the moonphase (I think it is the Portuguese Calendar). It even automatically adjusts for the moon with no user intervention!
 
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