Step 8: Attach It

Attach the strap or wristband.

As Jimmy Buffett memorably put it in '77, 'changes in latitudes, changes in attitudes', affect sundials as acutely as rum drinkers. Sundials are more mathematically predictable, moment to moment. 

Typical orbiting satellites moving at 20,000 mph lose 2/100ths of a second per year due to relative time travel. They make time-traveling adjustments every day. Clocks get out of sync in the process of time travel. Sundial wristwatches do not. They're more accurate that way. Get off your axis and make one.

Time-Traveling Cosmonaut/Chrononaut Sergei Avdeyev has aged about 20 milliseconds less than typical Earthlings. Google it or go to wikipedia. Time Travel is a fact. To join the Sergei & the Chrononauts, (great name for a band) you need tools. Here's Time-Journey Tool 2 of 6.
<p>I made this and it turned out great. The only problem I am having is finding a quality watchband to use with it. I am using a very cheap nylon one that works, but I would love to have a natural leather band. Even with the cheap band I am enjoying it and it has received compliments. Thanks for the design!</p>
hello, I would like to make it with my 3D printer but I can not download the file, the link does not work.<br>Thanks

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