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TomMazanec

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Thanks, Danny McG!
The late Sixties and early Seventies had some "futuristic" technology in popular culture. Maybe it was all those "special" sugar cubes and paper blotters!
 

Danny McG

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Guess what I got!
(It came with no user guide so I'm still trying to work out how to set the time)
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Danny McG

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I'm just gonna spend a couple hours pressing the button in various sequences (and taking notes) and seeing what happens.

If I do get it sorted I plan to write it out as a step by step guide .... Then probably PDF it.
I'll post in here and then it's handy if anyone gets a similar watch

If I can't get it sorted I'll pass it to the 3 year old - together with a small hammer
 

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I'm just gonna spend a couple hours pressing the button in various sequences (and taking notes) and seeing what happens.

If I do get it sorted I plan to write it out as a step by step guide .... Then probably PDF it.
I'll post in here and then it's handy if anyone gets a similar watch

If I can't get it sorted I'll pass it to the 3 year old - together with a small hammer

The 3 year old will probably work it out in 5 minutes.
 

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