My cool new Watch

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Apr 24, 2007

My cool new Watch by TLSpartan at 1:34 PM (2,262 Views / 0 Likes) 33 replies

  1. TLSpartan
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    Have a gander at my cool new watch Im getting in 2 weeks.
    LINK [​IMG]
    Its a Calculator,Watch and a TV Remote in one(I know the Remote fuction will only do 80% of TV's but its still preety cool)
     


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    Haha I saw that one when I was ordering my r4 [​IMG] I also bought the mini universal remote keychain [​IMG] I think it would be damn funnie if you would go to a big retail store and change all the tv chanels [​IMG] thats what i'm gonna do! I love deal extreem [​IMG]
     
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    Deal Extreme for life
     
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    Lol, I remember those from the year 1996.

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    I was about to say having those were gonna make you cool for a day if you were in grade school back in the 90s.
     
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    Did the ones in '96 change the TV?
     
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    Yes.
     
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    No Idea, LoL.

    But I'd rather have a normal remote.

    But if it's universal, it could be pretty fun to fuck people over mwuahha.

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    I bought it for the purpose of changing the Tv during class when we use the TV. The calculator is preety nifty as well
     
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    Here's the "retro" Casio Remote Control watch, circa 90s. I guess 90s is retro now since they're bringing back the Ninja Turtles and Final Fantasy 7.
    http://www.watchzworld.com/casio_remote_co..._cmd40b_1v.html

    and quoted from comments on this article: http://www.engadget.com/2004/11/10/watch-t...v-remote-watch/
    Those things were the shit. I wish I had one back then, but my parents don't love me. [​IMG]
     
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    I know mines not going to be as good as that one Orc. But do you reckon it would change most brand name TV's
     
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    Well I know the Casio ones worked well in school. Just randomly muting and turning up the volume pissed alot of people in school to the point they were prohibited/confiscated on the spot. [​IMG] I dunno if the Casio ones are up to date with the latest TVs though. The one awesome thing about those as I remember though was the range, someone sitting way back in the room can still mess around with the TV.
     
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    The one I'm getting supposedly does 3 to 5 metres. Thats preety cool
     
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    Deal extreme also has a normal watch [​IMG] a round one with remote.. only that's no retro watch like this one [​IMG]
     
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    That one also has no calculator. And it costs more.
     
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    Ow I'm very sorry! that 4 dollars makes hell of a differents I mean you even get less [​IMG]
     
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    sorry but that watch looks so retro, what about a designer one?
     
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    What do you mean by designer one jalaneme?(Retro rules,look at the NES it reeks of coolness)
     
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    I remember these, gosh $6.00!

    They used to cost like £60 back in the days...
     
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    well being a girl myself and seeing that watch on your arm i wouldn't even look twice...seriously, get a designer watch and use a proper remote for the tv lol
     

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