Double time

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I read with interest the tidbit by Iris Bing on carrying a second inexpensive watch to keep track of the time at home as well as where you are (Nov. ’05, pg. 4). I have done that for years but with an inexpensive Timex watch that has two time zones.

In St. Louis I use the watch on the mode with time, day and date, and when traveling I use the mode that is set to local time but also shows the time in St. Louis. It works great.

MICHAEL ISSERMAN
St. Louis, MO

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I read with interest the tidbit by Iris Bing on carrying a second inexpensive watch to keep track of the time at home as well as where you are (Nov. ’05, pg. 4). I have done that for years but with an inexpensive Timex watch that has two time zones.

In St. Louis I use the watch on the mode with time, day and date, and when traveling I use the mode that is set to local time but also shows the time in St. Louis. It works great.

MICHAEL ISSERMAN
St. Louis, MO