Atomix atomic clocks from Chaney Instrument Co. of Lake Geneva, Wis., feature the company’s new mechanism. These have decreased prices. Once the battery is installed into an atomic clock, it time is set using a radio signal from the US Atomic Clock in Boulder, Colorado.
Precision is correct to the millionth of a second. These clocks automatically reset for daylight-saving and standard time. Atomix wall clocks have wood or metal frames. They cost around $40 to $60. Call 800-777-0565 for dealers.