From TheSportingLife.net – Any old watch can tell you what time it is in multiple time zones, but a real watch can help you track bogies in all directions. If you find yourself too close for missiles, switch to guns!
Rats, it’s not a real radar watch, just a simulated version, with a teeny plane that appears on the ‘screen’ every 60 seconds. Shame, a real one would be really rather cool, but this will just have to do while we’re waiting. Japanese quartz movement. $49.99.
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