Does anyone know where I can find a watch like this?
November 1, 2008 11:14 PM   Subscribe

I lost this watch years ago and want to find another like it.

My wife gave me this watch in the mid-90s and I lost it shortly afterwards. It was my favorite watch because it showed a whole month calendar on the face. It was an Eddie Bauer watch but I'm sure they didn't make it.

There are many calendar watches on the market but this one was unique in that the days of the week are stationary and you move the dates (Sun Mon Tue etc stay the same). It also had a date window at 3:00.

Does anyone know where I can buy a new or used watch like this one?
posted by Justus to Shopping (2 answers total)
Do you mean something like this? If so, they seem to be stocked here.
posted by Mike1024 at 3:40 AM on November 2, 2008

Response by poster: Thanks Mike. Although that is close, those Orient watches have a different set up on the month calendar--it's the days-of-the-week column headings that move, not the dates. So one month might have Sunday for the first column and the next month Sunday might in the 3rd column.

I know I'm being picky but when I look at a calendar I like to see Sunday ALWAYS in the first column, not moving around each month.
posted by Justus at 4:14 AM on November 2, 2008

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