Abstract: One embodiment of the present invention provides an attachable timepiece, comprising: an upper chamber forming a housing for timepiece elements, the upper chamber including a front face having a time display; a lower chamber that is detachable from the upper chamber by way of a locking system; and a means for attaching the timepiece to an object.
Abstract: A watch suitable for use in outdoor activities includes a casing holding the workings of the watch which includes a watch face. A clear facing for viewing the watch is held to the casing, and a bezel held rotatably to the casing carries an integral fob for securing the watch to the user. In this way, the watch casing may be rotated by the user to orient the watch face for viewing.
Abstract: The small-sized electronic timepiece comprises a casing susceptible to turn ntirely on itself in a support in order to expose in a first position an analog display and in a second position a digital display. The support is constituted by a rectangular plate two opposed edges of which have upwardly extending wing portion, the wristband or any other fastening system being fixed in the neighborhood of said wing portions. The casing is adapted to slide parallel to said wing portions from one edge to the other of the plate and to effect its turning movement in at least a third extreme position, the latter permitting an easier replacement of an energy source.
July 6, 1979
Date of Patent:
November 25, 1980
Societe Suisse pour l'Industrie Horlogere Management Services S.A.
Abstract: Disclosed is a timer provided with a cord so that the same may be worn as a pendant. The timer comprises two mating half housings, one of which carries a cap having a notch and secured to the adjacent housing by a screw or other suitable means. Intermediate the cap and the adjacent housing half is a stirrup shaped along its length to conform generally to the contour of the housing and extending through the notch and into the cap where it has an eyelet on one end through which the screw holding the cap passes to secure the stirrup in place. The other outer end of the stirrup has a loop. The ends of the cord pass frictionally through the loop and along the length of the stirrup, through the notch in the cap and are positioned within the cap and gripped securely between the cap and the adjacent housing half.