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Hello:)

 

I saw one of these Angelgotch watches on Ebay recently.

 

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I searched and searched for informations but I couldn´t find any. :huh:

Are there rare? Why isn´t there some informations?

Does someone here have one? :newmametchi:

I´m so confused :o

 

Thanks for your answers :ichigotchi:

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I hope I´m not spamming, I´m just curious :unsure:

It´s like a mystery,nobody knows something about this :unsure:

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It's awfully similar to this one:

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(Image credit: www.amazon.com)

 

Perhaps it's like a vintage version of this tama watch. I used to have this exact one and there isn't much to it. Just a watch with a few mini-games on it. (I don't quite remember everything about it, seeing as I owned it 7 years ago and have never seen one since.)

 

Looking closer on the one your talking about though, it appears to have little hands on it instead of digital numbers. Also it has the icons that are normally on a tama. So I'd say that it's just like a regular clock but with tama icons instead of numbers. You're probably suppose to tell the time by the positions of the hands. (Like those abstract clocks with no numbers.) This is what I'm guessing, of course. I've never had the Angelgotchi watch.

 

(Image credit for the Angelgotchi watch: m.ebay.com)

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It's awfully similar to this one:

31b5z4diQgL._SY300_.jpg

(Image credit: www.amazon.com)

 

Perhaps it's like a vintage version of this tama watch. I used to have this exact one and there isn't much to it. Just a watch with a few mini-games on it. (I don't quite remember everything about it, seeing as I owned it 7 years ago and have never seen one since.)

 

Looking closer on the one your talking about though, it appears to have little hands on it instead of digital numbers. Also it has the icons that are normally on a tama. So I'd say that it's just like a regular clock but with tama icons instead of numbers. You're probably suppose to tell the time by the positions of the hands. (Like those abstract clocks with no numbers.) This is what I'm guessing, of course. I've never had the Angelgotchi watch.

 

(Image credit for the Angelgotchi watch: m.ebay.com)

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OH MY GOSH; SOMEONE REPLIED :lol:

 

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR REPLY :wub: :wub: :wub:

 

 

I see, I never saw one like the Memetchi one :)

 

I see ,thanks for explaining:)

It´s just really really really weird. I couldn´t find anything on the Internet about this angelgotch-watch.

Not anything on Tamagotchi Blogs,YouTubechannel or something :o

 

I saw it on Ebay for 25€/$ , I was curious what kind of Tamagotchi Watch it is.

It looks so kawaii~ :wub:

 

Wow,you´re really really really clever my friend :D

I´m really impressed, thanks a lot ♥ :)

 

 

I can´t thank you enough for your reply. For your long reply♥

 

Thank you so much, have a beautiful day my friend ^_^

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OH MY GOSH; SOMEONE REPLIED :lol:

 

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR REPLY :wub: :wub:

 

 

I see, I never saw one like the Memetchi one :)

 

I see ,thanks for explaining:)

It´s just really really really weird. I couldn´t find anything on the Internet about this angelgotch-watch.

Not anything on Tamagotchi Blogs,YouTubechannel or something :o

 

I saw it on Ebay for 25€/$ , I was curious what kind of Tamagotchi Watch it is.

It looks so kawaii~ :wub:

 

Wow,you´re really really really clever my friend :D

I´m really impressed, thanks a lot ♥ :)

 

 

I can´t thank you enough for your reply. For your long reply♥

 

Thank you so much, have a beautiful day my friend ^_^

Thank you! I'm glad I could be of service. ^_^

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I have one of these angel watches, they are just normal watches. Trouble is, the batteries don't work and the backs don't come off; unless you take it to a watch place

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I think it just tells the time, I have a non-angelgotchi vintage Tamagotchi watch and it only tells the time (but it's digital instead of analogue). The Angelgotchi ones are a lot rarer than the others though.

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