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Discussion in 'Watches' started by Peter Atwood, Mar 31, 2006.
Just got this one yesterday..
A Seiko 5 Sports Automatic
In order to celebrate its 30th birthday I have taken out of my safe a Hewlett Packard HP01 calculator watch I bought new in NYC in 1977. With a set of fresh batteries it still performs all its functions that include time, date, stopwatch, alarm, timer, calculator and interaction among them (e.g. number of days between two dates, total cost of a phone call).
I now sport it as my EDC watch and people say that they have never seen one of these. ;D
For those who want to know more: http://www.hpmuseum.org/hp01.htm
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Got the Breitling fever recently and bought 2 of them.
Chrono Avenger (Titanium) on the left and Emergency Mission (Right)
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Very nice vintage watch kilovolt!
I've read the description you linked and it is really an amazing watch, I don't think we have a current watch that can do all that nice stuff and this one is from the 70s!
Which is the function that surprises most people or that you use more often?
A very unusual feature: if you know the unit cost per minute of a phone call and you multiply it for the stopwatch reading you can see continuously on the display the cost of the call instead of its duration.
Another more useful thing: a date plus x days gives you another date. :shocked:
Or again if you want to know what day of the week is your birthday next year.......
Just picked up my first Seiko Automatic. The SMN035. Will post a pic soon.
Just arrived yesterday - Casio G Shock G-8000
my last digital watch was over 12 years ago in 5th grade. hard to get back to actually reading numbers and not hour and minute hands.
starting to develop another unhealthy EDC hobby....
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Casio "Mudman" G9000-3V
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seiko titanium, no idea what kind (V732 guts)
, it's hard to take good pictures of a watch on your wrist without a macro function on the camera.
im a newbie here and this is what im wearing these days..
i wear that Seiko alarm chronograph during work and leisure time,and that Timex Expedition with electronic compass when i went fishing.
actually i also have a Seiko 5 with white face and dauphine hands but i seldom wear it and also my late father's Seiko Divers 150m..
The G-Shock GW-9000A-1ER a.k.a. 'Mud King'
I :heart: it!
GW-5500. This is actually a mild Frankenwatch. Case and band from a GW-5500-1AJF, module from a GW-5500-1JF. So it has the stealthy blackness of the 1AJF, with the more readable positive display of the 1JF.
I can never decide...?
New UZI with Trasers need a photo in the dark...
Goodness Erck! I'm almost blinded by your bling blings!
Nice! Seems like you got most of your bases covered.
How do you like your Invicta compared to the rest? I notice its the only non-metal bracelet watch there.
yes, I like it for that. I does go with shorts and topsiders or any brown belt better.
casual but very EDC...Black Rubber UZI is great for fishing/camping. I wear it it the shop also
A latest addition to my EDC inventory:
G-shock MTG910... something
Heavy, sleek and stylish. ;D Definitely worth the wait (and the customs duty )!
My Seiko 007....soon to be Mod'd....
During the work week, I rotate between a Rolex Datejust and Movado Museum Automatic. On weekends, I rotate various other watches depending on the days activities.
Oris, Breitling, or TAG. Depends on the day, but all are automatics. They are also too expensive, but what can I say, I got the watch bug a while ago...