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Bletchley Park 'Codebreaker' Watch - RF CafeBy the time you read this it will probably be too late to be an original owner of this very limited edition 'Codebreaker' watch, made by the prestigious UK Bremont Watch Company. Each Codebreaker watch will incorporate a piece of pine wood from the iconic Hut 6 and numbers from some rare, original punch cards used in wartime machines that carried out rapid analysis of encrypted message systems to assist the Codebreakers. Each watch will also have incorporated into its rotor, material from an original Enigma machine Demo shows off first parts of Edsac rebuild - RF Caferotor. Speaking of Bletchley Park news, the WWII era Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator (Edsac) restoration project recently reached a key milestone. Edsac is built of 3,000 valves (vacuum tubes) spread across 140 separate shelves.

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Posted  June 2013
 
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