Seiko Television Watch
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A wristwatch with a rectangular face and a stainless steel band. The face is divided into two sections. Across the top is a narrow digital time and date readout. The remainder of the face is the television screen. A long cable connects the watch to a television and FM stereo receiver. The headphones also connect to the receiver. Seiko is famous for its technological innovation, craftsmanship, and the accuracy of its timepieces. This television wristwatch, with FM radio, was produced by Seiko in 1983. The screen is a mere 1.25 inches! The Seiko brand name first appeared on fine clocks and watches in 1881. The company was founded by clockmaker Kintaro Hattori, in Tokyo, Japan. Originally called Seikosha, the name was shortened to Seiko in 1924. By 1938, Seiko was selling over a million watches a year. How we learn about communities 16 History; 10-12 Science; 13 Science, Technology and Society
|Seiko Time Corporation|
|University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|
|University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University Library|
Timekeeping tools and equipments
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