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SeikoJohn
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An hour lost

on Sat Mar 25 2017, 11:02
Don't forget tonight is the night when we need to wind all our beloved watches on and hour and loose an hours sleep

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Re: An hour lost

on Sat Mar 25 2017, 11:06
@SeikoJohn wrote:Don't forget tonight is the night when we need to wind all our beloved watches on and hour and loose an hours sleep


yep and we have a very early start on Sunday too Mad typical Crying or Very sad
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Re: An hour lost

on Sat Mar 25 2017, 15:37
Only the microwave, cooker and boiler clock needing changed as far as I can remember.

After spending two hours trying to get the tiny screws back in to secure an Omega battery clip I stopped most of the battery watches, so don't have to worry about them. cheers
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Re: An hour lost

on Sat Mar 25 2017, 15:49
I altered the clock in the car today as it wont be getting used again until monday we have three wall clocks that need to be altered but I do not do them as I can not reach them lol! lol!

I will change my watches as and when I wear them

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Re: An hour lost

on Wed Mar 29 2017, 21:40
I went to bed on Saturday wearing my Citizen Skyhawk which sets itself by radio control so I didn't get confused in the morning. I love the fact it was telling the right time when I woke up! It might not be the most beautiful watch (although not bad at all in the looks department) but it performs the function of telling the time accurately better than anything else I own.
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Re: An hour lost

on Wed Mar 29 2017, 21:43
@Elwood wrote:I went to bed on Saturday wearing my Citizen Skyhawk which sets itself by radio control so I didn't get confused in the morning. I love the fact it was telling the right time when I woke up!  It might not be the most beautiful watch (although not bad at all in the looks department) but it performs the function of telling the time accurately better than anything else I own.

i really get the benefit of radio control, but i don't get a signal in this area Crying or Very sad
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Re: An hour lost

on Wed Mar 29 2017, 22:42
That's a shame. My kitchen clock is by Acctim is radio controlled, works perfectly and saves so many arguements in the house. I like clocks to tell the correct time though my wife has to run them all fast because she's late for everything. My 6 year old like
s getting out of bed at about 5.30 in the morning so she's also put a clock in his bedroom which is about 5 minutes slow and told him not to appear before 6.30, which isn't a bad idea. However, I like having a radio controlled clock because she can't change to some random time.
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Re: An hour lost

on Wed Mar 29 2017, 22:47
@Elwood wrote:That's a shame. My kitchen clock is by Acctim is  radio controlled, works perfectly and saves so many arguements in the house. I like clocks to tell the correct time though my wife has to run them all fast because she's late for everything. My 6 year old like
s getting out of bed at about 5.30 in the morning so she's also put a clock in his bedroom which is about 5 minutes slow and told him not to appear before 6.30, which isn't a bad idea. However, I like having a radio controlled clock because she can't change to some random time.

i got a nice radio controled alarm clock for my wife, but it was contantly lookingh for a signal so i removed the ariel and set it manually and all is good now Very Happy
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