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ricky
August 11th, 2013
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I just registered on your site. I think it is awesome. It is good to know others don't let the 80's go. I have a collection of vantage watches myself. I have adukes of hazard Dixie alarm watch that my dad bought back in 1981 whenit was made. It is still in the plastic box and still has the cardboard sslave that slides over it. It has never been worn. The box and all is like new.I also have a PAC man game watch with the joystick. I got it when I was in the third grade. It is all original with no scratches. It works like new.it is made by M.Z. Berger and co. Inc. 1980 Bally/Midway mgf.co.I was wondering how rare they are.thanks .
 
 

TJ
July 19th, 2013
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Great collection! What are these things even worth? I have the 1990 Tiger Simpsons wrist game and the only information I find on it is your youtube video. Thanks for a great nostalgic resource.
 
 

Manuel
June 16th, 2013
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I see that you are missing Mega Man 2 from tiger. One just sold on eBay for over $200, did you know it existed?
 
 

Nick
April 16th, 2013
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I'm interested in seeing videos of the watches, but currently this involves choosing a watch and then clicking "watch video"...which then tells me there's no video. Since it seems like very few watches (are there any?) have videos, it would be nice if there were an alternate way to search for them--say, a "video gallery" which listed only the subset of watches for which videos are actually available. Failing that, just some kind of indication in the index of which ones have video would be nice. It's really neat that you've collected all these watches, but it's a shame that it's not possible to find out more about them from the site.
 
 

kevin
March 16th, 2013
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the pacman game watch you have by nelsonic, i 'HAD' that watch.........and ran the batteries out quick!!!!!!!! the alarm rang ever 24 hours (pacman icon visable mean alarm is ON, no pacman icon visable mean alarm is OFF==the icon was 3 pacmans under the time the alarm sound was "DIXIE" musical alarm your free man was at 1000 point..and the max score you can get was 1999, 'when it got to 1999' the 'next' dot/ghost,fruit,power pill YOU GOT 'pushed' the score past 1999 and the game ENDED
 
 

Marcus
January 12th, 2013
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Hi! Very nice collection - ive never knew that Ms. Pac-Man was released as watch from Nelsonic! I just miss the company Spectravideo in your listings...they made some watches, too. I am owning Space Shuttle and Treasure Hunt from them.
 
 

Joel
July 30th, 2012
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I love your site! The one and only game watch (actual watch... not the Game & Watch games) that I ever had was the GCE Gametime.... and I was an idiot and threw it out when the band broke. I am really looking to pick one up, in the best condition, most complete, box etc I can get. Would you consider selling one of yours? Thanks man.
 
 

Patrick
July 30th, 2012
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Thank you so much for making this long awaited site. Like you these little treasures have so many meanings and memories involved with them . First of all they were good playing games and knowing you had a name brand arcade game on your wrist without having to put in a quarter ever time was kind of revolutionary during the time when the whole Rubik's cube,pyramid thing was getting kind of stale. I guess most importantly I remember these were released during an era when everybodys parents were practically getting divorced and having a pac-man or Frogger on your wrist made some of the more difficult times easier while being carted off to the other parent or the times you were just on your own while they went on living their lives. Well enough rambling and once again a big thank you for taking the time to to put up such a great site. Patrick. San Diego
 
 

newguy_01
March 12th, 2012
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Amazing Amazing Amazing!!! Such a variety of watches and so much time and money put in to this hobby. I'm green with envy! Big fan.
 
 

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