[time-nuts] Us Time Nuts and... Wrist Watches.

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Wed Jan 5 18:28:10 UTC 2011

I'm not too far different. I have a Timex "Easy Reader" which has an
MSRP of $40, but I paid $19.95 at Target. Very large dial numerals with
an equally loud and satisfying tick. The "Indiglo" dial face is great,
too.  Loses a few seconds a month so far.

On 12/26/2010 3:25 PM, Robert Darlington wrote:
> Right now my favorite watch is a $13.99 "U.S. Time" military style watch
> that was made in China.  I replaced the band with one that I like better so
> I guess maybe it's worth $14.99 now.  It keeps pretty good time (better than
> Harrison's clocks but that's not really hard with a quartz oscillator),
> takes a beating with my day to day and it's cheap enough that I don't care
> about scratches although I don't seem to have any major ones.   I generally
> don't care about "what time is it now?" time as much as intervals, and this
> thing has a second hand for when I need to measure huge intervals with low
> precision!
> http://www.uscav.com/productinfo.aspx?productid=9981&tabid=548
> -Bob

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