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    anybody

    anybody know what the "chrono" feature on the nixon tide watches is? i have the housing and have no clue what that feature is for thanks,
    alex

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    I think it is the stopwatch/ timer function ..

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    if chrono is short for chronograph... well, that basically means clock. you probably knew that though.

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    yea i think i got the abreveation wrong.. it appears to be like a wave counter type thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortleysurfer View Post
    yea i think i got the abreveation wrong.. it appears to be like a wave counter type thing
    You can use to find the time between sets or thats what i use for

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    Quote Originally Posted by MATT JOHNSON View Post
    You can use to find the time between sets or thats what i use for
    is the time between sets always the same? i feel like the lull is alway diff

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    Quote Originally Posted by staystoked View Post
    is the time between sets always the same? i feel like the lull is alway diff
    thanks guys and i feel the same thing.. different times

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    depends on the type of swell you've got...wind swells will have shorter lulls between sets, pure ground swells will have longer lulls. i've read accounts of big hawaiian swells that had 30+min lulls!