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[ PULSAR DATE/COMMAND ] TIME COMPUTER USA 1973

New Styling with a Curved SurfaceOne of Pulsar's most famous models, this third generation model was often called P-3. In addition to the hour-minute-second display activated by the right button, it also displayed month and date with the left button. Date and time could be adjusted using the magnet enclosed in the clasp of the bracelet. Its integrated case and bracelet look fresh even today....

[ PULSAR TIME COMPUTER CALCULATOR LIMITED EDITION ] TIME COMPUTER USA 1975

The First Wristwatch with a CalculatorThis was the world’s first watch to feature a six-digit, four-function calculator. With its solid 18 karat gold case and bracelet, this limited edition luxury item was sold for $3,950. It is believed to have sold about 400 units, with slight variations in bracelet design and engraving. Later, stainless steel and 14 karat gold filled models were sold in stores....

[ PULSAR TIME COMPUTER CALCULATOR ] TIME COMPUTER USA 1977

A New Calculator Watch with Slight AdjustmentsIn addition to changes in placement of several calculator keys from the first model, the second calculator watch included the Auto Command feature that displayed the time with a flick of the wrist. LED watches could not constantly display the time due to their high battery consumption, and the use of the calculator consumed even more power. Thus, this ...

[ PULSAR AUTO/COMMAND“BIG TIME” ] TIME COMPUTER USA 1975

A Large, Distinctive Red ScreenThe Auto Command function, which displayed the time with a flick of the wrist, was offered in response to complaints from users that they had to push a button to see the time. The face was covered entirely with red crystal, with a large 3-link bracelet in a design only found in this model. Offered only in stainless steel, it was sold in two variations, one that could...

The magnets

The magnets used to set the time came in many different shapes, depending on the model or production period. They were usually kept in the bracelet clasp, but their small size led to worries that they would be lost, so an extra magnet was included....