V Visitor Wrist Watch Prop Replica - Identified

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the.rebel.agent

Sr Member
Well, this is a rare prop. Used only in the episode named Liberation Day from V The Final Battle by Martin, Donovan´s friend, and later by Diana. They used this clock to take the antidote pill...you know, an antidote against the red dust. This is the clock that I am talking about:

At Martin's wrist:
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At Diana's wrist:
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After a research I did, I finally identified the wrist watch. Casio J-50 Pace Runner clock. Released back in the 1983. I was able to get one of them:

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I am going to build the top part in 3D and print it to complete the prop. It is going to be really cool to be taking pills at cons when the clock warn us. So, stay tuned cause I will keep you posted. Hope this helps, cause I never saw this prop made around here.:love
 

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the.rebel.agent

Sr Member
Well, was not easy. Sent hundreds of emails all around the world and finally found it on eBay. It is almost new. No manual or original box, but who cares. Was not cheap at all, quite expensive for a clock. But is it catalogued as vintage. I am not a watch collector anyway.

My research did not only bring up the used watch, but a very good replacement. Casio GH-16:

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This clock shares the same chassis and button colours. I am planning to create a vinyl decal, even if the original clock was painted. You can tell by this:

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I don't want to ruin the clock with paint or permanent ink. Will be a shame to do that.
 

the.rebel.agent

Sr Member
Ok, here is it. This is the top part model:

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It will be ready to install two 3mm leds. Now working a method to fix that top part to the wrist band without damage it.
 

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MooCriket

Master Member
Well done! I am always happy to se something from a show I enjoyed so much. I had completely forgoten about that watch(y)thumbsup
 

the.rebel.agent

Sr Member
Finished the prototype of the top part with the fixer part and everything:
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Fixer:
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And for those willing to get a Casio J-50:
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yup, even this part can be 3d printed. What do you think?
 

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the.rebel.agent

Sr Member
I finished the Casio J-50 prototype:
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I will start tomorrow to play with the simulator and assemble all the virtual parts. Doing the replica clock cause we are six friends trying to get together a visitor costume and I wont be able to get real Casio J-50 ones for everyone. Keep you posted guys.
 

the.rebel.agent

Sr Member
Finally Shapeways delivered the parts. This is how the clock body looks compared with the original:

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And this is the how the top part looks:

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Inserting the LEDs:

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And assembling all together:

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Thanks to my wife that served me as wrist model:

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What do you think guys? I will be making all this parts available for order during this week. Have to double check some measurements. You can see more photos here:
https://picasaweb.google.com/the.re...tWatchMakingOf?authkey=Gv1sRgCNb1qaSNwLCUowE#
 

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the.rebel.agent

Sr Member
Well, for those that wants to get a Visitor Wrist Watch replica printed in 3D, here you have the links to order it:

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Casio J 50 Pace Runner 1.0 by the.rebel.agent on Shapeways

Casio J 50 Pace Runner Lid 1.0 by the.rebel.agent on Shapeways

Casio J 50 Pace Runner Red Buttons 1.0 by the.rebel.agent on Shapeways

Casio J 50 Pace Runner Steel Buttons 1.0 by the.rebel.agent on Shapeways

V Visitor Wrist Watch Top Part 1.0 by the.rebel.agent on Shapeways

V Visitor Wrist Watch Top Part Fixer 1.0 by the.rebel.agent on Shapeways

LEDs are 3mm red ones. You can buy them in any electronic components shop. Will make available to print the internal numbers during the week. The price of the clock will depend on material you choose. I recommend the default materials. You can use transparent detail resin, and later paint it. Hope this helps. If you have any question, dont hesitate in contact
 

the.rebel.agent

Sr Member
Good news, I found the correct wrist band. It is Casio model #283. I installed the replacement wrist band to my 3D printed prototype watch:

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Store guy installed it for me anyway, but he did it backwards. Wont be any problem to transfer it to the final watch once It arrives. I paid 10 dollars for all. Guess you should be able to get them everywhere.
 

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