The FM Radio Watch was an LCD watch with a built-
This was partially solved by splitting the watch into four compartments -
The watch was launched in 1985 at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics show (price unknown).
Unfortunately, because of financial difficulties and the acquisition by Amstrad, the watch never went into full production and and only an estimated 11,000 were produced. Therefore they are scarce today.
Watch and tuner are joined to the speaker compartment by bellows.
Tuning window visible in the radio module.
Watch rear. The flexi-
Battery compartment (without battery cover). There is a separate battery in the LCD watch.
Control knobs (left to right)
radio tuner, speaker volume. on/off and alarm volume.
Some pictures of the watch after new leather strap fitted. Makes quite a difference. Unfortunately, too fragile to use as an everyday watch.
This picture, courtesy of Rob Brough, shows the insides of the three modules during repair.