Hiking With My Watch

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Hiking With My Watch

Post by SeikoEnthusiasts » February 15th 2024, 10:18pm

The watch that I hike with the most. And of course, while hiking I like to take pictures of my watch. Always trying different shots. Here's one from this past weekend.
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Post by jason_recliner » February 16th 2024, 2:49am

Great to see some more appreciation around here for the affordable watches! And quartz, to boot! Sometimes it feels like I'm the only one!
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Re: Hiking With My Watch

Post by Hawk » February 27th 2024, 12:56pm

SeikoEnthusiasts wrote:
February 15th 2024, 10:27pm
Racer-X wrote:
February 15th 2024, 10:25pm
That is a cool Timex. Great shot.
Thanks! It's the Timex Expedition North Tide Temp Compass.

The tide part doesn't really make sense to me.
My ancient attempt to understand tide watches resulted in my forehead bleeding.

They work fine on the Atlantic coast, start to go to pieces on the Pacific coast and don't work at all for the Gulf of Mexico. Something about the east being semidiurnal, the west being mixed semidiurnal and the Gulf of Mexico being just plain intractable. The Bogans are cursed to have all three throwing diurnal into the mix. Lord Bedlam probably has them memorized.

I believe the Red Bar patrons have to calibrate for a specific part of the Pacific coast and still have to monkey with it weekly to keep it from chasing squirrels. I like it anyway.
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