Took a while, but a 7900 failed like its atomic cousin.
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    Took a while, but a 7900 failed like its atomic cousin.

    This truly beat up olive 7900 took lots of time to catch up to its cousin the gw-7900 But I had faith it would get there. This is a buddies that I saw on his counter today. Poor thing.
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    Re: Took a while, but a 7900 failed like its atomic cousin.

    Heh. What's actually failed?

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    Re: Took a while, but a 7900 failed like its atomic cousin.

    The decorative screw falling out?

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    Re: Took a while, but a 7900 failed like its atomic cousin.

    looks like the display is blank...
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    Re: Took a while, but a 7900 failed like its atomic cousin.

    screw fell out after about 5 years of 24-7 abuse. I'll get him a replacement.

    needed a new 2025 batt and now runs like a champ.

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    Re: Took a while, but a 7900 failed like its atomic cousin.

    Quote Originally Posted by bajachild View Post
    screw fell out after about 5 years of 24-7 abuse. I'll get him a replacement.

    needed a new 2025 batt and now runs like a champ.
    So "failed" is not really the right word. The watch did not "fail" -- even with the 24/7 abuse. It just needed a new battery.
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    Re: Took a while, but a 7900 failed like its atomic cousin.

    Quote Originally Posted by bajachild View Post
    screw fell out after about 5 years of 24-7 abuse. I'll get him a replacement.

    needed a new 2025 batt and now runs like a champ.
    Your 7900 did not fail. Please amend the title. It's misleading.


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    Re: Took a while, but a 7900 failed like its atomic cousin.

    Congratulations - the first ever reported, popped out plastic rivet on the non-a/s model.


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    Re: Took a while, but a 7900 failed like its atomic cousin.

    Feck that's a beat up 79! What state is his arm in?
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    The 7900's are my favourites, although the 56s are currently my focus. But nothing is excluded, except pink Risemans.

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