WORLD'S FIRST DIGITAL WATCH
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
What was the world's first digital watch?
The world's first digital watch
was announced at a press conference in 1970, but during it's display the the
batteries had to be continuously replaced in secret as they did not last long.
It took another two years for the Hamilton Watch
Company to come up with a solution.
Finally in 1972 the Hamilton Watch Company released the
Pulsar to the public.
The cost of the Pulsar could be displayed on the watch,
but you'd have to wait till 9:00 PM and if you couldn't wait, $2,100.00 would
about cover it.
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