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Hello puplic forum,

Been a member in wus i only visit digital and abc watches forum

I moved on now to public to ask you this:

What is your favourite vintage digital watch? when did you got it? PICS???


(there has been a same thread for vintage retro watches but i ask for digital only since i love these functionwise digital watches only)

Enjoy
 

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And as i ask i must be the first to answer

Mine is this casio databank
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The story was this

I was about ten, it was christmas and i was asked by my parents whart i would like for a present.
I saw it at school, a student was wearing it and i was staring this like it was the S*** best thing i saw ever

Ofcourse i said i like this, we went to the watch store and BANG i had it at my hands

Not sure i f this in the pic was the exact model but it looked similar.

Not sure either what happened to this and where it is now, been so many years from then...

Hope i see many watches here..

ENJOY!
 

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My favourite (four) are:
My first Pulsar...the P4 Big Time AutoCommand:



My second Pulsar...the P3 Date Command:




My P2 "Astronaut" or "James Bond" (note it has only one button, it was the predecessor to the two-button model mrsnak posted):



My Casio DW-1000:



My first ladies Pulsar. the 4406-2 Oval:



Ok...that seems to be five. I got all of them in the early-to-mid 1980's: the P4 was given to me by a local jewellery store, the Casio I bought new, the P2, P3, and ladies Oval I bought from local owners. I still seem to have this unrelenting fascination with LED watches.

~Sherry.
 

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Has to be my Citizen DQ-7031 purchased new in Japan sometime in the early '80's:



With it's hollow back plate it has the loudest alarm on any watch I own except my X-33:



Always wondered why Citizen decided to cede the all digital market to Casio ...

HTH
 

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Don't own one, but it would be the one that started it all. The Pulsar.

Wow nice watch thats a looker,

i searched about and i saw a pulsar pq2003!! damn i fell in love !!

something in me screams I WANT THIS SH##
 

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This one....owned originally in 1984 (4th grade)- re-purchased NIB on ebay a couple of years ago.
WOW a game one

Id love this back when i was a kid, times when palystation or these sh## didnt exist neither in our fantasy
 

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My favourite (four) are:
My first Pulsar...the P4 Big Time AutoCommand:



My second Pulsar...the P3 Date Command:




My P2 "Astronaut" or "James Bond" (note it has only one button, it was the predecessor to the two-button model mrsnak posted):



My Casio DW-1000:



My first ladies Pulsar. the 4406-2 Oval:



Ok...that seems to be five. I got all of them in the early-to-mid 1980's: the P4 was given to me by a local jewellery store, the Casio I bought new, the P2, P3, and ladies Oval I bought from local owners. I still seem to have this unrelenting fascination with LED watches.

~Sherry.
Pulsar i fell i n love as i mentioned with pulsar pq2003!!

And casio as always my favourite brad
 

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Has to be my Citizen DQ-7031 purchased new in Japan sometime in the early '80's:



With it's hollow back plate it has the loudest alarm on any watch I own except my X-33:



Always wondered why Citizen decided to cede the all digital market to Casio ...

HTH
80s

but i see it has the stuff!!

timer alarms 200wr wow thats a tough one
 

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Here is mine, Casio G-SHOCK DW-002
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Not mine but saw a Thai waitress wearing this one.
Casio CMD-40D-1UZTD Remote Controller:
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Classic Gold Databank is mighty cool too.
 

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Has to be my Citizen DQ-7031 purchased new in Japan sometime in the early '80's:



With it's hollow back plate it has the loudest alarm on any watch I own except my X-33:



Always wondered why Citizen decided to cede the all digital market to Casio ...

HTH
That is one sharp looking watch! It looks so much like my Casio...I wonder which one came out first?

~Sherry.
 

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What is your favourite vintage digital watch? when did you got it? PICS???
Two for me :

This 1977 Omega cal. 1620 ("Speedmaster LCD") I inherited from one of my uncles.



With its huge scratch on the glass :-x






and of course, my constantly running for now 25 years CASIO Melody Alarm :-!
 

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Here is mine, Casio G-SHOCK DW-002
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Not mine but saw a Thai waitress wearing this one.
Casio CMD-40D-1UZTD Remote Controller:
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Classic Gold Databank is mighty cool too.
Nice watches,

In fact i always liked the second to have just in case the tvremote control didnt work or for having fun closing tvs at stores....
 
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