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1982 Seiko TV Watch - 1-1/4" LCD Screen on wristwatch -- Shirt pocket receiver --
Case -- Earphones -- Owner's Manual
Shirt Pocket Receiver - Top
Shirt Pocket Receiver - Side
Shirt Pocket Receiver - Bottom
Wristwatch display unit, with connector cord (you snap this cord onto the watch,
when you wish to use the TV set -- the other end of the cord connects to the
shirt pocket receiver unit). The watch is a full-function digital LCD
watch, with a stainless steel band.
Picture of the TV Watch operating! This was
extremely difficult to photograph. A flash was impossible, so this is with
available light. There are two different types of LCDs .. the conventional
one we are used to seeing is used in the watch portion at the top of the watch,
and the second one has a finer grain bluish cast. This can not be watched
in darkness, it requires daylight viewing only. A cartoon is on the
screen, you can see a small dog in the lower center area of the screen.
(This total display unit, with clock, measures: 1-1/2" wide x 2" tall)
Brightness is adjustable, contrast is
not. In real life the picture looks a little better, but not much.
What you see here is what it looks like in person. We would demand more in
today's 21st century market, but 20 years ago this was nothing short of
The next shots are easier to see:
This has a picture of a swirling design, which was part of a commercial.
Detroit Weather Forecast on 27 August 2001: "Tonight - Partly Cloudy
- 80 degrees"
Detroit Channel-4 On-Air News Team
TV Watch Owner's Manual
Page 1 and 2
Page 18 -- TV Troubleshooting
Page 23 -- Receiver Specifications
Website Devoted to the
Seiko TV Watch!
(Includes chat room for buying & selling)
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