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Pulsar prototype

Post10 May 2020, 08:36

Hi.

Does anyone know if there more pictures of the Pulsar / Hamilton prototype that was presented to the press.
There is nice selection of photos of the watch in the "Oldpulsars" web page but I was wondering is there more pictures in the fast space of internet?

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Post17 May 2020, 00:16

Hi. Yes, agree, this watch does seem mysterious. Anyone know what happened to it? Does it still exists? Inquiring minds want to know!

This is probably the rarest and most elusive digital model, even more so than the early 25 chip P1s:
http://www.abemegahed.com/rocketwatches ... index.html

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Re: Pulsar prototype

Post17 May 2020, 11:11

Yes, one would think when this huge milestone is made, the company would make as huge "noise" as possible. But photos of the event are very limited and no videos at all...

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Re: Pulsar prototype

Post17 May 2020, 18:20

hi here are a few pictuers fom the pulsar press magazine (releast at the time ) hope it helps
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Re: Pulsar prototype

Post20 May 2020, 10:23

Thank you led247 It is very helpful!

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