…but it has sentimental value

So the first in my collection, my daily beater since 2018, my Timex Field Chrono seems to have taken its last licking and stopped ticking. Last week the chrono hands were out of alignment and could not be corrected with the micro adjust. The prior week the indiglo stopped working. I tried changing the battery with no results, and now it has stopped working all together. Some of you are probably smiling and thinking, “dude, it’s a Timex,” but it is, or was, a great watch. It’s taken a beating and really held up, like an old friend. Sentimental? Maybe, but I have to ask the Crunchers: is it worth trying to get fixed, or just replace it with another for $50?

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A watch maker may be wiling to give an estimate and that answer can help you make the decision.

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Takes a lickin’ but keeps on…hmmm. Dang sorry to hear. 🙁

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SpecKTator

Takes a lickin’ but keeps on…hmmm. Dang sorry to hear. 🙁

I know, right? Just bummed.

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Try asking for an estimation first, I'll probably find it worth to fix if it can be done for under $20

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She took care of you for a long time, return the favor….