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Offline VinceOZ

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My Apple Watch died, and I found my GMT again
« on: March 21, 2018, 02:26:40 AM »
I have had this GMT for as long as I can remember, not sure when I bought it, must have been mid 60's. I think I paid maybe $70 at a BX at March AFB, but I am not sure. Still works, and it has been sitting in a drawer for at least 20 years. My Apple Watch face fell off and I sent it back and needed something that works and it is the only thing that does. I am so impressed,the face is either scratched or aged and the bezel does not move. What do you people think, should I try to get it repaired here in Australia, or sell it if I can? I think strongly about keeping it.

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Re: My Apple Watch died, and I found my GMT again
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2018, 06:51:27 AM »
Sounds to me like that could be a fine family heirloom to pass along.

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