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[ PULSAR FOR LADIES “OVAL”] TIME COMPUTER USA 1974

A Women's Model that Expressed Innovation through DesignThis elliptical case design variation was released at the same time as the model with the cushion-shaped case. The uniform construction with curvature in both the face and bracelet is very characteristic of Pulsar. Initial models were designed to have a small magnet stored in the clasp of the bracelet placed on the back cover to set the time,...

P3 3013 LED Watch Module

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Set The Time

The early Pulsar models used a magnet to set the time. By placing the included magnet in the back cover slots engraved with “HR.” and “MIN.”, the user could fast-forward the hour and minute, respectively. The magnet could be stored inside the metal portion of the bracelet clasp....

[ PULSAR FOR LADIES “CUSHION”] TIME COMPUTER USA 1974

A Smaller Module for a Women's WatchThis women's model was achieved by reducing the size of the module. The bottom button is used to display hour-minute-second, while the top displays month-date. In addition to stainless, 14 karat gold filled and solid 14 karat gold models, a special model was produced with diamonds around the screen. It used a module identical in size to the Men's Dress model but...

[ LADY PULSAR TOUCH/COMMAND "RECTANGLE"] TIME COMPUTER USA 1977

A Women's Model with Sporty StylingWith a design similar to the Big Time model, this late model was dubbed “Mini Big Time.” Its rectangular case and 3-link bracelet style make it a favorite among the many dress watches for women. It features a touch sensor that allows display of the time and date with just a light touch. As it was one of the last Pulsar models, few made their way to the market, ma...
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