80's 90's reunion with old watches

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    Smile 80's 90's reunion with old watches


    After spending $70 on straps and batteries, in perhaps a feeble attempt to distract my self from spending $1000 on a new watch, the final result was a reunion with some old friends. The one on the left is a 1983 TS1000 thermometer sensor. I believe it was the first argument in our marriage over money. She had just bought me a watch for christmas, and didn't understand the NEED for a new watch :)
    Good memories... I may still get the new one ;)
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    Re: 80's 90's reunion with old watches

    Good stuff! Some real oldies but goodies there...




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    Re: 80's 90's reunion with old watches

    Yeah, they all work good still except the temp sensor is wacked on the TS1000. I may take it apart again and try to clean the contacts...

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    Re: 80's 90's reunion with old watches

    Cool pic! I love finding an old watch hidden away in the back of an old junk box.

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    They were in my sock drawer . I know, I know... :)

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    Excellent stuff. I remember the first one from when I was very, very young. That's definitely a keeper given the sentimental (?) value it has. My sister had the third from left, but with blue buttons.

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    Re: 80's 90's reunion with old watches

    I remember the pulse sensor very well.
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