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Does any one know if a watch maker has produced a digital watch (light, sturdy, and tough like a g shock) in the last few years that has an E6B or slide rule on it?

I've been looking or months, please advise. Thanks
 

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Straight digital? Perhaps the Yes watch, with the e6b as a mode function? Or the now defunct Omega X-33? Lots on ani-digitals out there, though. Breitling B1 springs to mind.

Not really my area of expertise.

Anyone help here?
 

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The X-33 and Yes watches do not have E6Bs. The only watch I know of that had digital readouts and an E6B is the Breitling B1. However, there may be others as suggested above.
If you are after Quartz rather than digital you will have more options including Seiko, Citizen and Torgoen.

Hope you find what you are looking for!
 
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