And where are all the space watches?
Space watch? Paste:
"The DW-5600 was officially certified by NASA for space flight. Space-certified G-Shock models included the DW-5600C, DW-5600E, DW-5900, DW-6900, and G-9000. The DW-5600 was a popular watch with astronauts during the Space Shuttle era, as it helped them to follow their schedule of tasks, and functions like the stopwatch and countdown timer were useful for timing mission events and running experiments. The DW-5600 is on display at the 'Moving Beyond Earth' exhibition at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC, where it is described by NASA as 'crew preferred.'”
Doesn't specifically say that it went to space, but it does say "NASA" on it.
Short time reader, first time commenter…why the Breitling shudder? I’ll hang up and listen.
$10+k for that white thingy? Oy.
Great article. I am here for all the SpeedSwatch hate. And maybe I’m missing something here, but how does one tell the time in the dark on a Stratoliner?