MicroSet clock and watch timerThere are several versions of MicroSet.
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The original MicroSet was introduced in 1997 with several ground breaking features including unprecedented accuracy, resolution to a millionth of a second, an optical sensor to eliminate false readings from extraneous noise, and a powerful interface to Macintosh and Windows personal computers. MicroSet 2 adds two additional functions that have never before been offered in a clock timing tool. The Count Mode will find the correct rate of any running pendulum clock. The Strike Mode will record the pattern of strikes over many hours to find intermittent problems. There are also several optional features that can be added to MicroSet 2.

Price: $250

MicroSet 3 adds several new features:

We have configured a MicroSet timer to be used by people who work with watches and not clocks. The MicroSet Watch Timer does not include the usual acoustic and optical sensors that are used with clocks. Instead, you select one of the watch sensors. Also, the Count Mode and Strike Mode, used only with clocks, are not included. In their place, the Watch Timer is able to automatically recognize the common watch rates for timing.
Price: varies with type of sensor used

We also have a MicroSet Watch Timer Pro with expanded features for the serious watchmaker.
Price: $895