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๐Ÿค” The circuitry inside a Casio watch isn't too complex, maybe I could measure it and manufacture a replacement with more features.

Oops somebody already did it! Way better than I would have!

The "Pluto" watch, which re-purposes the case and LCD from a Casio F91-W, includes a compass, infrared programming, RTTTL ringtone (musical) alarms, generates RFC 6238 one-time passwords, open source, and runs for a year on a standard watch battery! Wow!! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

more cybrepnuk than Pebble imho

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๐Ÿ˜ฎ here's another Casio PCB-replacement, this one for a calculator watch. The author reports โœจ5โœจ years of battery life. And it's got a heckin' ham radio built-in! goodwatch.org

These two modded watches, one with a reverse-polarization LCD hack, in front of a GPD Pocket! This is just pornographic ๐Ÿ˜ณ

TYVM @rrix for the link!

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@datagrok How do you find the Pocket? They look cute as hell

@datagrok Aha, just realised that was from the link. Reading comprehension skills 0/10 over here ๐Ÿ˜‚

@butthead ah, no, that's my fault I think; I didn't state very clearly that the attached photo was taken from the linked site. I don't own a GPD Pocket but my friend @vilmibm has one and speaks highly of it. I agree they are very cute (and run linux well) ๐Ÿ˜

@datagrok @rrix hot dang a hacked calculator watch would be even more cyber

@datagrok @rrix even though i don't know anything about ham radio, this sounds cool as heck ^_^