Anomalies with Watches & Clocks

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  1. michael59

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    I discovered that my "magic" touch doesn't just work on watches. Two weeks ago my mouse died and I had just changed the battery a month prier. So, I gave it a try and did the same thing I do with watches. It worked. As a matter of fact it has been working ever since.

    So, I figured I would give it try with my cordless headphones. There's no batteries involved so, I didn't expect it to work. I don't have any speakers, just the headphones. When I ran out of power in the middle of a movie I thought eh, why not give it a try. It worked. I got to watch the rest of my movie before I had to recharged the headset. :)
     
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  2. nivek

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    I don't think so, he was outside at the time...

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  3. Toroid

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    The Lacrosse clock in the backyard was an hour slow this morning.
     
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  4. Rick Hunter

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    My trusty Timex Expedition watch sometimes loses a couple of minutes. It doesn't cause any real problems in my life so I just reset it and roll on. Yesterday, the calendar part suddenly jumped backward a couple of days, however the time was unaffected. I know it's hardly paranormal but weird just the same.
     
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  5. Toroid

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    Today the Lacrosse clock had this date 04/11/10, but the time was correct. o_O
     
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  6. Toroid

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    This morning the Lacrosse clock was showing the day being Sunday because the year was 2024.
     
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  7. michael59

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    I used to work for a wholesale jewelry and watch repair company. That's where I found out that if you ever had a problem with a timex watch you just send it directly to the manufacturer and they send you a new one. No questions asked. That was back in the 80's, I wonder if they still do that?

    Timex takes a lick'n and keeps on tick'n.

    Remember those commercials? lol
     
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  8. michael59

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    Are you saying that the clock went backwards 5 minutes? I don't think they do that. Somebody is messing with you.
     
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  9. michael59

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    Somebody is definitely messing with you!
     
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  10. Rick Hunter

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    Don't know, I've never had one let me down!
     
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  11. Toroid

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    I don't know what the deal is. I have an identical clock in the kitchen which doesn't have the same problems. It could be corrosion due to it being outdoors. I put it in the direct sun a few years ago to get the sunlight temperature and the whole screen went blurry with the liquid crystal going everywhere.
     
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  12. Toroid

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    Today the Lacrosse clock was 05/10/2010 and it was five hours slow.
     
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  13. michael59

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    The one outside? How old is it?
     
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  14. Toroid

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    About twelve years old.
     
  15. michael59

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    This would make a good movie. Whatever time and date you wake up to becomes your reality?
     
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  16. Toroid

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    The La Crosse clock in the kitchen was an hour fast this morning.
     
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  17. nivek

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    I assume you changed it a month ago when we set the clocks back?...

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  18. Toroid

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    Yes. It just seems to do that.
     
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  19. Toroid

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    This morning the La Crosse clock in the backyard was one hour fast and the year was 2023. Maybe something happens on this date two years from now. It only shows the year when setting it. o_O
     
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