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  1. Others have asked that question, I have yet to take a before picture. From the moment I find them I have a mental picture of how they could look, and that is what I work towards, they were both well battered with damaged glass, and many dings, the Pulsar was minus a strap,, and the Timex had a broken shaft on the alarm setting button, both were up for sale with the caveat. Will need a new battery.
  2. They have to catch my eye and be reasonably cheap. I bought ten watch display boxes cheapest I could find to store them. I bought one decent display case for my Seiko collection which sits on my bedside table..
  3. For a quality brand, it falls short of the mark. It would not get my wallet out.
  4. Fresh off the bench, A Pulsar 7T62, and a Timex Expedition chrono Alarm, Keeps me out of the pub.
  5. Every so often i get them out and give them a light shine.
  6. Once a respected name in watch making, they lost there way in the quartz period unable to compete on price. This watch was affected by gravel rash to the glass and surrounding bezel. Less than £4 for the new glass, but unfortunately the bezel lost its gold finish in removing the damage. Had the watch held any value I could have had it gold plated, but for now it will have to go bald faced.. Still quite an attractive watch.
  7. That makes a lot of sense with a 16 day cycle. I have just spun the hands round till I reached the day after a new moon. We will see how it keeps track now. Thankyou.
  8. Recent addition to my collection, Sector 1000 watch, The bottom sub dial remains a mystery It is divided into 16 sections and marked 4/4 and 1/2 with unmarked 1/4 s. Can anyone throw light on what it is for, and how it is used. Thanks for looking.
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