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    James Bond eat your heart out!

    Real Cold War spy watch disguised as a Hanhart chrono

    This is a cool read: an actual spy gadget from dark Cold War days
    https://wornandwound.com/eyes-secret...old-war-spies/
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    Wow, that is a cool story!

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    That was a cool story. Thanks for finding and sharing it. Awesome!
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    Cool link

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    Cool read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OhDark30 View Post
    Real Cold War spy watch disguised as a Hanhart chrono

    This is a cool read: an actual spy gadget from dark Cold War days
    https://wornandwound.com/eyes-secret-microphone-wristwatch-worn-cold-war-spies/
    "She had spent the last four hours on a surveillance detection run: walking, riding a bicycle, taking buses and taxis in circles–evading any KGB surveillance teams."

    See, this is why I couldn't be a spy. You have to ride the bus? Ew. I know I'm not going to be issued an Aston Martin, but Jason Bourne at least got a Mini Cooper.
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