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26 August 2004 @ 08:56 am
National Alchemist Watch  
I ordered one off Ebay, but I think it's broken. I still can't transmutate my scratched CDs back into mint condition. Actually, it came in perfect condition, so I'm quite happy, even if the $75 price tag was a bit high. It's a little smaller than I'd expect, only a little more than an inch in diameter, but it still looks pretty nice. I'm just worried about how to replace the battery. Anybody else got one of these? It's the HK promo version, I think, not the original gift box one from Japan.
 
 
Olliesaber_rider on August 26th, 2004 06:18 am (UTC)
It's much more for looks than anything else, but it'd be nice to know I could use it as a watch if I wanted to.
hork13bajir5 on August 26th, 2004 06:21 am (UTC)
I know how to change the time. ^^;;
You have to pull out the li'l spinny thingar by the button that you use to open it. Then turn it to change the time.
ani_beeani_bee on August 26th, 2004 10:44 am (UTC)
Oh man how do I explain this >_<. The backface plate of the watch pops off, you should see a small grove at the to top of plate where it attaches to the outer ring. Use your fingernail or small flat head screw drive (I’m talking about the ones that are only 2 to 3mm in width) and pry the plate and the ring apart gently, the design is based on friction fitting so you don’t need to forces it.