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Norman Sherman, Victor Shiff: Magnetic clasp for wristwatch strap. Timex Corporation, William C Crutcher, July 17, 1990: US04941236 (188 worldwide citation)

A strap for holding a wristwatch has a pair of separable flexible strap ends adapted to curve around the wrist and to overlap one another to provide an overlapped section. At least one strap end of thermoplastic material has particles of permanently magnetizable material embedded in the thermoplasti ...


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Fred Olsen: Wristwatch radiotelephone. Timex Corporation, William C Crutcher, July 11, 1989: US04847818 (123 worldwide citation)

An improved wristwatch, radiotelephone comprising a case having a timekeeping circuit a radio transceiver and a display disposed therein, a strap having a pair of strap ends connected to opposite ends of the case and adapted to be connected together for holding the case on a wearer's wrist, a microp ...


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Michael A Jacobs, Mark A Insero: Method and apparatus for downloading information from a controllable light source to a portable information device. Timex Corporation, William C Crutcher, January 30, 1996: US05488571 (90 worldwide citation)

A system for transferring data from a CRT (cathode ray tube) video display monitor on a personal computer to a portable information device such as a multifunction electronic wristwatch. The CRT video display has a video signal generator providing raster scanning of the screen and a program for forma ...


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Tom Thinesen: Bicycle watch - dual mode circuit. Timex Corporation, William C Crutcher, December 12, 1989: US04887249 (87 worldwide citation)

A digital wristwatch having a case and strap also serves as a computer to display speed, distance, and pedaling cadence when temporarily attached to a holder on the bicycle handlebar. Wheel and sprocket sensors are connected to electrical terminals in the holder. The wristwatch is provided with exte ...


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Peter J Kindlmann: Drive circuit for capacitive electroluminescent panels. Timex Corporation, William C Crutcher, July 2, 1985: US04527096 (79 worldwide citation)

A drive circuit is disclosed which includes a converter that provides current pulses that charge a capacitive electroluminescent lamp to produce light and a switching circuit that switches a predetermined number of successive current pulses at high frequency for progressively charging the electrolum ...


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Raymond W Zukowski: Electroluminescent flexible touch switch panel. Timex Corporation, William C Crutcher, July 30, 1985: US04532395 (76 worldwide citation)

A flexible touch switch panel of a known type with a deformable membrane carrying a switch closure member is provided with an overlying flexible electroluminescent laminated member providing lighting of the entire switch panel or selected areas thereof, including lighting of keytop indicia on the fl ...


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Victor Shiff: Selecting apparatus for a multimode electronic wrist instrument. Timex Corporation, William C Crutcher, February 11, 1992: US05088070 (64 worldwide citation)

A selecting apparatus for a multimode electronic wrist instrument. A microcomputer in the wrist instrument is programmed to sequentially actuate selecting indicia similar to a cursor horizontally and/or vertically on the display to indicate a selectable function for the timepiece. At least four dire ...


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Richard H Seager: Wristwatch radiotelephone. Timex Corporation, Robert R Jackson, December 28, 1993: US05274613 (64 worldwide citation)

A combined wristwatch and radiotelephone has a portion such as a wristband which typically remains on the user's wrist, and a timekeeping and radiotelephone portion which is typically removable from the portion that remains on the wrist. The wristwatch and radiotelephone portion is reconfigurable be ...


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Michael A Jacobs, Mark A Insero: Method and apparatus for downloading information from a controllable light source to a portable information device. Timex Corporation, William C Crutcher, July 9, 1996: US05535147 (62 worldwide citation)

A system for transferring data from a CRT (cathode ray tube) video display monitor on a personal computer to a portable information device such as a multifunction electronic wristwatch. The CRT video display has a video signal generator providing raster scanning of the screen and a program for forma ...


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Ralph D Alessio, Fredrik Olsen: Electroluminescent dial for an analog watch and process for making it. Timex Corporation, William C Crutcher, October 4, 1988: US04775964 (60 worldwide citation)

An electroluminescent device adapted to serve as the dial of a conventional analog timepiece, with a central aperture for the stem carrying the timepiece hand and inscribed on the upper surface thereof with conventional time-indicating indicia, so that it can be read as a normal watch dial.



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