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Was browsing Ebay for a fuel pump for my Versys and came across a Kawasaki Versys branded stainless steel watch on auction. Current high bid was 13 cents, I bid 14 cents and won (there is also $15 shipping and handling charge), still not bad for a stainless steel quartz watch. I see the seller has a few more of these left. I have not received mine yet so these could very well be total crap.

 

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Gotta love ebay. I've won all kinds of crap for .01 plus shipping.
 

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And most of the time, shipping is overcharged to compensate the cost of that crap.
 

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You could remove the band, put some strong Velcro on the back and attach it to the left side of your V's instrument cluster...logo analog clock.
 

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Cool. Must keep perfect time and last forever since it's a Versys watch!
Yeah, but the buttons you use to adjust it will break and the ticking will eventually make your wrist numb. :D
 

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Yeah, but the buttons you use to adjust it will break and the ticking will eventually make your wrist numb. :D
...and don't forget that IF you hold it up and look at reflections on the watch crystal, all you'll see are your shoulders...!
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...and don't forget that IF you hold it up and look at reflections on the watch crystal, all you'll see are your shoulders...!
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Not if you install the Z1000 crystal. :yeahsmile:
 

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You could remove the band, put some strong Velcro on the back and attach it to the left side of your V's instrument cluster...logo analog clock.
Been doing that a long time ago... But come to think bout it, hmmm... Perhaps watch with the versys name sounds good...

 
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