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There is nothing like natural light to charge your Echo Drive. Just a couple hours in the sun will do more than a week under a lamp. Every couple months I give these a few hours in the sun. I have never had one stop or even give a low power indication. As my wife's echo sits in a watch box in the dark side of the bedroom sometimes for a month at at time the power reserve seems to be great. I love Echo Drive technology and the top one being a perpetual calendar other than making sure it gets some light now and then I don't have to touch it even in short months. Great for me, Mr Lazy Bones!:lol:

 

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Hello! Hello! Hello! Hello! Hello!

Echo Drive! :D
 

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Mr Bender,

do yours have the power reserve meter? I've seen one of these that I really like at one of our sponsors and have been really thinking about it and trying to resist but you guys are killing me here..:thumbup:

diver88:):)
 

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Grrrr... stop posting pics of the far right eco-drive (AP1024-56P) it's driving me crazy - I want one, but can only get one on ebay (dodgy dealer alarm going off loudly.... :mad: ) as it was never available in NZ.
Great watches, btw thanks for posting (ignore my rant:biggrin:)
 

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I've got to get an eco- drive,the technology is fascinating and the styles are really growing on me.

I think I'm becoming a regular here in this forum :biggrin:
I am looking at yet another one right now Larry. Hoping to find a member with some pictures. If it looks as good as I think it may, I will just have to pull the trigger.

Below picture is not mine and taken off the web.

 

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Grrrr... stop posting pics of the far right eco-drive (AP1024-56P) it's driving me crazy - I want one, but can only get one on ebay (dodgy dealer alarm going off loudly.... :mad: ) as it was never available in NZ.
Great watches, btw thanks for posting (ignore my rant:biggrin:)
Sorry about that, but at least it was not a big closeup!:lol:
 

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:)

Mr Bender,

do yours have the power reserve meter? I've seen one of these that I really like at one of our sponsors and have been really thinking about it and trying to resist but you guys are killing me here..:thumbup:

diver88:):)
Sorry I did not reply sooner. Just checked back in on this thread. None of the ones pictured have a power meter but they all have a low power warning by the second hand skipping forward several seconds at a time while still keeping accurate time. On a full charge (about 4 hours outside on a sunny day) you get months of power reserve.
 
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