It's time to get your band repaired, that's what time it is.
I agree with Jager and get your pulsar checked while you're at it!
Look! It's an underwater watch! You could go swimming! Scuba diving! Snorkeling!
The body is breaking down and it is just a matter of time. Long time I hope.Steve
You've become very cryptic.
I agree- quite cryptic.
Regarding watches: I'd consider a Tissot, had a couple for many years, the stainless model I have has lasted over 20 years. I do hope there is nothing serious, beyond that, stymie us to your heart's enjoyment.
Are you speaking code? Doing a kind of beat photo poetry? Interpreting cliche's? Saving words?
Even a broken watch is right twice a day, operable band or not.Seriously, I have an expensive dress watch that I don't wear because I'm always worried about scratching it, plus the battery seemed to go flat every year. I went to Costco and bought an inexpensive Casio G-Shock that is powered by sunshine and gets an overnight update from the USGS atomic clock in Colorado. It's always accurate and never needs a new battery. I wish I could say the same for me! ;)
...a matter of time?
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