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Discussion in 'Watches' started by antman157, Feb 17, 2014.
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Same watch as MacGyver,Cool!
I don't wear it too often, it was made to be "non-maintainable" (thrown away) once it stops working or breaks, as there's no way to open the back.
Has a number '77' stamped on the case back so it appears to be made in 1991, modeled after the orig. Vietnam era military Timex also with a plastic case..
I've seen these without a date code on the back.
Great true O.D. color.
Very cool. A one.of a.kind classic.
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Can I ask what's the use in having military time on a watch (other than 24 markers for a GMT complication)?
I find that I recognize military time just fine. If not, the math is straightforward.
If the reason is aesthetic that's fine. I find that I never use the military markers on my GSAR to tell military time. Am I missing something?