Let’s see your Unique Quartz Timepiece.

It’s been couple of Months and I find That I am wearing this Drumroller a lot more out of my collection.

Even just sitting on my desk. I am just mesmerized by watching that minute Roll over.

Reminds me of a Vintage Car and it’s odometer lol

Let’s see your Unique Time Piece.

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This is a really cool piece! Thanks for sharing. I don’t have anything too interesting to share other than maybe my Armitron Griffy?

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This reminds me of the Alarm clock in my grandparents bedroom when I was growing up. Very cool!

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Omega's first mass produced Quartz. 1976. Cost as much as a house when it came out. Paid £200 for this over polished broken example, had new modern movement installed for £200. Pristine examples cost far more than I'd be prepared to spend!

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Nothing as unique as yours but for Quartz, the Farr and Swit Vice 2.0 Bubblegum is a different color scheme at least for me

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mmarco2121

This is a really cool piece! Thanks for sharing. I don’t have anything too interesting to share other than maybe my Armitron Griffy?

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Thanks for showing me this Amitron. I always wanted to add one of the LED to my collection.

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Rossgallin

Nothing as unique as yours but for Quartz, the Farr and Swit Vice 2.0 Bubblegum is a different color scheme at least for me

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Ohh I like that

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Inkitatus

Omega's first mass produced Quartz. 1976. Cost as much as a house when it came out. Paid £200 for this over polished broken example, had new modern movement installed for £200. Pristine examples cost far more than I'd be prepared to spend!

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Does the second hand sweep is it tuning fork movement ?

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GeneralG

Does the second hand sweep is it tuning fork movement ?

No, it's their first proper Quartz so ticks . Id like a hummer next tho. 😉👍🏻

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Couldn’t swear to how unique it is (not sure how many were produced), but I really love my “Great Seal of MN” no-name watch and it gets lots of compliments when I wear it at Chamber

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Not the wildest watches out there but I doubt you'll see these often in the world

  • Casio Edifice EQS-500 (Eddie World Time): the "one watch collection if I had to keep one" watch, solar power, chronograph, dual time GMT, and perpetual calendar

  • Citizen JG2101 78E (Ana-Digi Temp): the Casio Worldtime's more expensive and less legible cousin. Still a damn cool watch with an interesting take on the Ana-digi display.

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