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    Re: The Watches of Star Trek

    Like many young people today, just a smartphone and no watch. Sad.


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    Re: The Watches of Star Trek

    But in real life, the original Captain Kirk plugs Passages watches by Egard:

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    Bet they used some sort of future G Shock technology.
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    I can't think of this guy's name but he is seen here wearing a watch. Perhaps an oversight by the wardrobe people.

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    Perhaps all watches were assimilated. They tried to keep them, but resistance was futile.

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    Re: The Watches of Star Trek

    Here's a watch complication I haven't seen, but which would be fun:

    A second time indicator (inner dial, separate hands -- I'll leave it up to the watchmakers) that lets you adjust the time for another planet.

    Let's say you're taking the weekend on Saturn. In addition to the 24 hour earth time, the watch could also display a day as 10h 42m, which is the length of a day on Saturn.
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    Isn't/wasn't Shatner also known to wear a Ball?

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    Shatner wearing a submariner
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    Would love to see an episode about a pattern buffer accident and a humanoid-mechanical movement hybrid appearing on the transporter pad.

    Pretty sure that's how the Borg were formed. Thanks a lot, Seiko.
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    Re: The Watches of Star Trek

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    Was just watching this episode lol.

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