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Old 02-22-2018, 08:34 PM   #29
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Old 02-23-2018, 10:50 AM   #31
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X3. I only slightly care what day it is. I am even less concerned with what time it is. This clock tells me exactly all I need to know.
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I mounted a wrist watch to my left arm, right above my hand and below my forearm, works good.
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Old 02-23-2018, 12:03 PM   #33
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It doesn't work well. It looses time. About an hour a day. Sometimes a little less.

Is it even worthy of being called a 'clock' ?
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Old 02-23-2018, 02:43 PM   #34
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I mounted a wrist watch to my left arm, right above my hand and below my forearm, works good.
Must be tiring holding your arm up all the time.
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Old 02-24-2018, 05:54 AM   #35
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Story: Back when I had a non-atomic wrist watch.. I commented the "official" clock at work wa a bit off... Hecklers ask "Compaired to what"
My watch
And what do you set your watch by
The clock at the other end of the hall
And who sets that clocvk
The national bureau of standards, it's an atomic clock.

Hecklers: ... Silence.. They had no heckle for that one.
You'd have liked my old man. He bought one of those old(well, new then)Accutron watches by Bulova that had a clear face so you could see the tuning fork. He was in sales and used it as a conversation starter.
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Old 02-24-2018, 08:31 AM   #36
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I installed a $10 clock I bought at Target on the side wall of one of my slides. Velcro tabs hold it in place and I change the battery every 2 years.
We also bought a $10.00 battery operated clock from Target (in Wasilla Alaska). It hangs on a screw installed over the main entry door. We put it there because our first motorhome came with one in that position. We found ourselves constantly looking above the door to see the clock that wasn't there. We got all the way to Wasilla before we finally put one there.

We have over 35,000 miles on the coach and there's never been a problem with the way it's mounted or the location.

On our first coach I was careful to read all the published information before attempting any maintenance or repairs. When it came time to reset the clock for daylight saving time I read in the manual how to remove it from the wall. The manual said it was held to the wall by "industrial grade Velcro". It also said to slide one hand behind each side of the clock and pull firmly to remove it.

I did as instructed only to find the instructions were from the previous year coach and hadn't been updated. When I "pulled firmly" I found the clock was secured to the wall with 3 screws. All 3 screws promptly came out of the wall. No real damage done. I installed some wall anchors to hold the clock. I also realized upon closer inspection I had to turn the clock 45* clockwise to release it from the section mounted to the wall. So much for reading the instructions.
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