Did you throw it away because the broken strap?
@ CMUtuba: Some real classic Casio's you have there my friend .Seeing that calculator Casio reminded me that I have one of those tucked away somewhere as well, be it a "more recent" version, from back in the days when we had to know phonenumbers from our friends, and being able to put them in your watch was real cool ...I know the strap on mine was broken, but I should try to dig up the watch one of these days ...
In this case, the real crime is throwing away such a watch because of a broken strap .Great find Nick .
Just saw your post Aloha007, beautiful classic Victorinox watch mate .Okay, it has some battle scars, but those only add more character to it .
A friend of mine works at a recycling centre.He fished a Pulsar from a container for me.Automatic movement, power reserve indicator (Seiko movt).(Image removed from quote.)Probably trashed because the bracelet broke, since it started working after some shakes.So I cleaned it up and put a classy strap on it.(Image removed from quote.)
Switched the strap one last time to match the original better (it had some Fix-O-Flex parts attached when I got it, not original either)(Image removed from quote.)
Quote from: MadPlumbarian on January 26, 2019, 07:45:00 PMNice clown!JRThanks! Just finished sizing it. Could have probably taken another link out but my cheap pin tool broke. Fits well enough!
Looks great, Clown! Seems the new ones still have the arm-hair pullers. The unused one in the collection still has the SS arm-hair puller on it, but the beater has either a yellow rubber strap or black nylon strap(rotating them out periodically).Perhaps they have fixed the bracelets, but the one on yours looks exactly like the ones that mine came with. It does work fine if you shave your wrist.
No pics yet but I now have an old omega seamaster. Needs a clean and a new strap.
Quote from: zoidberg on January 29, 2019, 08:35:14 PMNo pics yet but I now have an old omega seamaster. Needs a clean and a new strap.C’mon pics already!