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    Re: Timex Iron Man Watch=kaput
    From: Lu Abel
    Date: 2020 Jul 2, 15:43 +0000
    I recently purchased a Casio "Waveceptor" watch and it's wonderful.  It is solar powered, so never a battery to run down or replace (exposure of as little as 30 minutes/day keeps it charged) and, most important, it synchronizes itself to worldwide time signals!    Absolutely agrees with the time display on my iPhone (which I use when practicing sights, there's a free app that gives you an hh:mm:ss time display that fills the entire screen).


    On Wednesday, July 1, 2020, 9:31:32 PM PDT, Bruce J. Pennino <noreply_pennino@fer3.com> wrote:


    After much abuse and many years, several functions are not easily worked. This was a $40 USD purchase maybe 10 years ago. Good enough. It has a very reliable drift every month. Should I buy another one?

    I've thought about moving up to Casio G Shock,  but a bit more money. Please let me know about the "G Shocks" or others  $ 100 USD or less.

    Thank you


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