Show me your nerdy side

Show me your nerdiest watch. This should go pretty well.

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I also have a Casio CA-53W. Greate 80's/nerdiest vibe.

This is my nerdiest today.

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My 'Kindle' Watchy by SQFMI is an e-paper/open source/arduino watch.

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My early 80s Timex

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Can't decide which of these is my nerdiest...

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Can't decide which of these is my nerdiest...

IMHO Casio pac-man is nerdiest. Bulova could be named a 'retro'?!? I have a Armitron with leds.

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Can't decide which of these is my nerdiest...

That Bulova is sexy!

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Can't decide which of these is my nerdiest...

I really like that bulova

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IMHO Casio pac-man is nerdiest. Bulova could be named a 'retro'?!? I have a Armitron with leds.

I don't know. What about the Casio Cosmo Phase? Isn't a watch that tracks the appearances of Halley's Comet by definition nerdy? Also, while the Casio CA53W worn by Marty was more popular, Doc Brown wore an Armitron calculator watch. I also remember the Timex Q Digital being quite popular in the computer and math clubs in school.

Which red LED Armitron do you have? The Griffy, the Tetra, or a vintage one? I have a Tetra myself.

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Love this! Was my first watch in 5th grade

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I don't know. What about the Casio Cosmo Phase? Isn't a watch that tracks the appearances of Halley's Comet by definition nerdy? Also, while the Casio CA53W worn by Marty was more popular, Doc Brown wore an Armitron calculator watch. I also remember the Timex Q Digital being quite popular in the computer and math clubs in school.

Which red LED Armitron do you have? The Griffy, the Tetra, or a vintage one? I have a Tetra myself.

Actually, until now, I didn't know about the 'Cosmo' (that's a nice nerdy one too). 😀

The Armitron I have is a gold Griffy (a reissue not the vintage one). Good retro vibes! 😎

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“The Machine Watch”

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“The Machine Watch”

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Interesting... Do we need a screwdriver to open it? Or is that pin a sliding one?

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diniz.bortolotto

Interesting... Do we need a screwdriver to open it? Or is that pin a sliding one?

Yes, the pin slides to release the spring-loaded cover! But I love the screwdriver idea. Considering that the dial isn’t particularly worth looking at, an absurd extra hurdle wouldn’t really negatively impact the watch’s functionality.

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TEXAS INSTRUMENTS MODEL 550 LCD 1979 EDITION 😎