I was given a W&P clock/barometer set as a boatwarming gift. The clock is infuriating. The only way to reset it, for example to allow for Daylight Savings Time, you have to unscrew it from the bulkhead in order to access the controls. Same thing to change a battery
, and the batteries on this clock go out ever six months.
To make things worse, the clock is noisy. When my mother sleeps in the cabin
on the other side of this clock's bulkhead, I have to unscrew it and store it in a drawer.
It's obvious that the dude who designed this clock never owned a boat.
On the other hand, I've never heard of Trintec. I spent a few minutes on their website, and the product line seemed a bit chintzy.