Vibrating wristwatch : Westclox railroad pocket watch.
Shake n Wake ZZZ Vibrating Alarm Clock Watch
The lightweight and comfortable Shake-n-Wake ZZZ makes a great combination personal alarm clock watch, appointment and medication reminder. It's comfortable to wear on your wrist while sleeping, or may be placed under your pillow or on a nightstand. Vibration alarm is great for the deaf, or to avoid disturbing others, or flip a switch to use the audible alarm. Features large 1/2 high numbers, plus a handy backlight makes viewing the LCD display easy in the dark. Uses 1 AAA battery (not included.) Measures 2-1/4 x 2-1/8 x 1. Includes removable wristband.82% (6)
Three generations of wristwatches...
When Charlie went off to music camp a couple weeks ago, we realized he'd need to know the time so he could make it to various activities. He didn't have a watch, the batteries having run out some time before in the one he previously wore. So I took off the watch I was wearing and handed it to him. That's it, the one with the charcoal face. It was my 14th birthday present. It's a Seiko self-winding analog watch: old technology, before batteries or digital watches. It's not quite 40 years old, but it will be in less than six months. I handed it over to Charlie, and told him to take care of it but not to worry about getting it wet. "I wore it all the way through junior high and high school," I told him, "and summers in southern California, and I never took it off to shower or swim. So you shouldn't have to worry about getting it splashed it you go canoeing." Today, at the martial arts picnic, Charlie noticed he needed to set his watch. So he held it next to the one I'm wearing (with the blue face). Which used to belong to my dad. He bought it not long after buying me my birthday watch. It's also a Seiko, also a self-winding mechanical watch, but it has bells and whistles. Literally, in the case of the bells: it has a mechanical alarm that makes a vibrating chime when it goes off. Plus a day/date calendar feature. I thought this was an interesting picture: Charlie and me with watches heading back three generations, while we were at the karate school picnic, telling stories of my old days with all the instructors from the area. Great fun...Buckle
Notice the two pins in the buckle. I think it makes the watch look much larger than it actually is.
Surgical Steel Tongue Barbell With one Battery. 1. Remove barbell from package 2. Swab the barbell with a cotton ball and rubbing alcohol 3. Insert barbell into tongue piercing 4. Remove battery (barbell back) from package 5. To activate vibrating barbell, attach the battery to the end of the barbell shaft by turning it in a counter-clockwise rotation until the battery is securely fastened to the barbell6. To stop the TIGGLER? from vibrating, remove the battery piece and take the jewelry out completely.Do not wear the jewelry without having the battery securely attached to the barbell shaft. Remove product when not in active use. Never wear product with a loose or dead battery.DO NOT autoclave, boil or submerge the product in liquids.BATTERIES LAST FOR ONE HOUR EACH, PLEASE DONT LEAVE ON. Made by BodyPUNKSSimilar posts:
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