10 Perpetual Calendar Watches You Won’t Have to Adjust for Leap Year [SLIDESHOW]

    FEBRUARY 29, 2016

    Happy February 29. Glued to the Gregorian calendar as we are, today is that extra date that falls every four years to make up for the fact that the earth’s orbit of the sun does not perfectly match our preferred measurement of time. Fortunately, horologists have solved this conundrum with complications that keep track for us and can go without adjustment for centuries. Get a jump on leap day with these premier perpetual calendar watches that let you set and forget.

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