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    Help identifying ....

    Can anyone help me identifying this watch, and if it's useful to let it be repaired ?

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    Re: Help identifying ....

    Looks like one of those made for 39 day months.
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    Re: Help identifying ....

    No idea. Private label/promotional watch of some kind? Unlikely to be cost effective to repair it, but that depends on how much you like the watch. What's wrong with it?
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    Re: Help identifying ....

    It's probably promotional, but looks like some of the more expensive watches... the glass is damaged and the battery is dead..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rzomer View Post
    It's probably promotional, but looks like some of the more expensive watches... the glass is damaged and the battery is dead..
    New battery $10.00....Worth it?
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    Re: Help identifying ....

    Where did you get that thing? If the battery is dead chances are is is not that expensive (I mean how much could a quartz watch with 2 date displays dealt be worth? )

    Among other things, the days of the week go backwards and the hand used to point to them looks poorly calibrated. I'd say it's junk, but if you want to put a battery in there at least it won't cost you a ton.

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    Re: Help identifying ....

    Well....a battery is about $5, and you can probably get an inexpensive acrylic crystal installed for around $30. Up to you if those are worth the effort and cost, but if you really like the watch, go for it.
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    Re: Help identifying ....

    Quote Originally Posted by little big feather View Post
    New battery $10.00....Worth it?
    No.

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    Re: Help identifying ....

    Quote Originally Posted by movet22 View Post
    Where did you get that thing? If the battery is dead chances are is is not that expensive (I mean how much could a quartz watch with 2 date displays dealt be worth? )

    Among other things, the days of the week go backwards and the hand used to point to them looks poorly calibrated. I'd say it's junk, but if you want to put a battery in there at least it won't cost you a ton.

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    Well, it's like 7 or 8 years old by now, so much for the battery, I'm not attached to it, just found it today while cleaning, and since the leather is 'genuine', I hoped it would be worth some cash

    Thank you for your information!

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