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Early Otron digital

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Early Otron digital

Post08 Aug 2018, 14:02

Got this one in NOS conditions in Genova... Just only a board clean...
Probably one of the first Otron digital watches ever released (before the SolarTime) even if dating is impossible but maybe 1975.Basic functions: only time,date and light. ;-)

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Re: Early Otron digital

Post07 Jul 2020, 01:13

I have found 2 similar Otrons.
I made 1 of 2, because 1 had a broken glass and broken lcd panel. Both in NOS status, and exact the same dial as this one, exept its in White!

Only the case is a little bit different.

I was searching info about this watch, and also the year, but without any succes..

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In swapped working module into the one without broken glass
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