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Running Through Corridors, Volume 1, The 60s: Rob and Toby's Marathon Watch of Doctor Who

Creator: Robert Shearman, Toby Hadoke | 2010-12-14

With this book, Who fans will feel that they're watching along with Shearman (World Fantasy Award winner, Hugo Award nominee and writer on the new Doctor Who) and Hadoke (renowned stage performer for his one-man comedy show, 'Moths Ate My ...

Publisher: Mad Norwegian Pr

About this book
In Running Through Corridors, two Doctor Who lovers of old - Robert Shearman and Toby Hadoke - embark on an epic quest of friendship: spend the 'gap year' of 2009 (when Doctor Who consisted of a handful of specials rather than a full season) re-watching the whole of Who two episodes a day, every day, from the show's start in 1963 and ending with David Tennant's swan song on New Year's, 2010. This three-volume series contains Shearman and Hadoke's diary of that experience - a grand opus of their wry observations about the show, their desire to see the good in every story, and their chronicle of the real-life changes to Who in that year. With this book, Who fans will feel that they're watching along with Shearman (World Fantasy Award winner, Hugo Award nominee and writer on the new Doctor Who) and Hadoke (renowned stage performer for his one-man comedy show, 'Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf') as they make their 'grand journey' through the world's most wonderful and longest-running drama series.


Title list of documents made publicly available

Creator: U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Division of Technical Information and Document Control | Technology & Engineering - 1991


Government contracts reporter, laws, regulations, rulings, topically arranged, full explanations, currently supplemented, completely indexed

Creator: Commerce Clearing House, United States | Law - 1998

After the receipt of BAFOs, the Army's Armament, Research, Development and Engineering Center listed Marathon's watches on the applicable QPL. At that time , the contracting officer found Marathon responsible and capable of performing.


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Marathon Watch Company Ltd. 10-30 Mural St. Richmond Hill, Ontario; Canada L4B 1B5 ; Tel. 905-764-9420; Fax. 905-764-0035; 1-800-822-4329

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  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194003 Men's General Purpose Mechanical Black Watch with Tritium

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Rating (18 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    MARATHON

    Good but could use a better crystal and movement.

    I decided to buy this for myself as a Birthday gift this past July. I was looking for a diver but when I saw this Marathon with a 17 jewel movement and T25 tubes for $150 I had to jump on it. There are some good and not so good things about this watch.First the goodLight Weight due to its hard resin plastic caseGood size for a military watch (I'm not in the military nor have I ever been) but I can see why, they made the case this size 36mm.Great lume the T25 tubes light up nicely and doesn't require any light source to charge them up. Now the badThe crystal is your plastic or acrylic which can be buffed out using toothpaste or polymatch haven't used it yet.Marathon claims it has a 36 hour Power Reserve? The most I've gotten out of it is 24 hours which is still not what the company says it is.All in all its a good watch but lacks a good solid crystal and lack of power reserve. For what I paid at the... 3/5 kevin c. - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: MARATHON WW194003 Men's General Purpose Mechanical Black Watch with Tritium (Watch) I decided to buy this for myself as a Birthday gift this past July. I was looking for a diver but when I saw this Marathon with a 17 jewel movement and T25 tubes for $150 I had to jump on it. There are some good and not so good things about this watch.First the goodLight Weight due to its hard resin plastic caseGood size for a military watch (I'm not in the military nor have I ever been) but I can see why, they made the case this size 36mm.Great lume the T25 tubes light up nicely and doesn't require any light source to charge them up. Now the badThe crystal is your plastic or acrylic which can be buffed out using toothpaste or polymatch haven't used it yet.Marathon claims it has a 36 hour Power Reserve? The most I've gotten out of it is 24 hours which is still not what the company says it is.All in all its a good watch but lacks a good solid crystal and lack of power reserve. For what I paid at the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 8, 2013

    I love it!

    My new favorite watch. I had been wanting something with tritium for a while, but most are out of my price range. This one has the minor disadvantage of needing to be wound up regularly, which gets interesting since I often forget to do so - but I'm getting better at it. One of the chores of switching from a battery lifestyle to a manual watch. So far mine has kept excellent time(it's no atomic timepiece, but it doesn't seem to loose more than a minute or 2 a week from what I've seen of mine). It was much smaller than I expected, much smaller than my other watches. Perhaps a side effect of that was that the strap was incredibly short - I could barely get it on in the last hole! So that got swapped out very quickly for a NATO-style strap which was about an inch longer. It can be hard to find straps small enough for this watch, most common straps are 18mm or 21mm or whatever, while this watch uses a very small 16mm strap - not many options of the "tactical" variety, and I could find... 5/5 John Rollins Jr (Portland, OR United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: MARATHON WW194003 Men's General Purpose Mechanical Black Watch with Tritium (Watch) My new favorite watch. I had been wanting something with tritium for a while, but most are out of my price range. This one has the minor disadvantage of needing to be wound up regularly, which gets interesting since I often forget to do so - but I'm getting better at it. One of the chores of switching from a battery lifestyle to a manual watch. So far mine has kept excellent time(it's no atomic timepiece, but it doesn't seem to loose more than a minute or 2 a week from what I've seen of mine). It was much smaller than I expected, much smaller than my other watches. Perhaps a side effect of that was that the strap was incredibly short - I could barely get it on in the last hole! So that got swapped out very quickly for a NATO-style strap which was about an inch longer. It can be hard to find straps small enough for this watch, most common straps are 18mm or 21mm or whatever, while this watch uses a very small 16mm strap - not many options of the "tactical" variety, and I could find... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 3, 2012

    quality watch

    0 5/5 Marky (Ferndale, MI) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: MARATHON WW194003 Men's General Purpose Mechanical Black Watch with Tritium (Watch) I bought this watch for my boyfriend for his birthday and he absolutely loves it. It is not too big on his wrist, the cloth strap is very comfortable, the dial glows brightly in the dark and I just love the look. Nothing negative to say about this item; simply great. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 26, 2012
    Wind-up mechanical movement
    Fibershell high impact case with stainless steel back
    Indended for field army services as supplied to U.S. government
    Encapsulated tritium for low light settings
    Swiss made authentic military watch


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194007 Men's Diver's Quartz Black Dial Watch with Tritium

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Rating (8 reviews):
    (3.4/5)
    MARATHON

    Terrible company to do business with!

    0 1/5 marcel1444 - See all my reviews This review is from: MARATHON WW194007 Men's Diver's Quartz Black Dial Watch with Tritium (Watch) I ordered one from their site in November. When the watch arrived the numeral seven tritium did not illuminate. I had to call them and three days later they mailed me a return label. They said that as soon as they received it they would send me another. Almost two weeks later I received the new watch which had deep nick marks on the case. Again I had to call them to get return labels. Well I had it with them and sent them an e-mail and photos of the watch that they were trying to pass off as new. I contacted Paypal who opened up a formal complaint and they got the refund from the dishonest company. Shame on Marathon Watch!! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 2, 2014

    At this price you are better off looking elsewhere...

    I bought this watch back in 2007 at a cost of $450 - new. In 2008, the watch stopped working. Mind you I'm not a "Navy Seal" but an analyst. It's not like this watch saw very much action - ever. Low and behold, I called Marathon and asked about it being repaired. Their idea of service is a six month wait just for the diagnostic and no certain repair cost. I started laughing with the service rep, but it turns out this was no joke - apparently that's actually the kind of service you can expect from Marathon. Instead I took it to a local watch maker... YEAH A WATCH MAKER, not a repair shop. He had to order a new crown and fab a few parts because they were defective from the manufacturer - at this point I wasn't surprised at all. Cost: $198.00. I reluctantly pay for the repair because this watch does actually look nice. A year later it stops working yet again.With so many options for this segment of watches, I urge you to look elsewhere. I recently sent Marathon an email... 1/5 stopmakingcrap - See all my reviews This review is from: MARATHON WW194007 Men's Diver's Quartz Black Dial Watch with Tritium (Watch) I bought this watch back in 2007 at a cost of $450 - new. In 2008, the watch stopped working. Mind you I'm not a "Navy Seal" but an analyst. It's not like this watch saw very much action - ever. Low and behold, I called Marathon and asked about it being repaired. Their idea of service is a six month wait just for the diagnostic and no certain repair cost. I started laughing with the service rep, but it turns out this was no joke - apparently that's actually the kind of service you can expect from Marathon. Instead I took it to a local watch maker... YEAH A WATCH MAKER, not a repair shop. He had to order a new crown and fab a few parts because they were defective from the manufacturer - at this point I wasn't surprised at all. Cost: $198.00. I reluctantly pay for the repair because this watch does actually look nice. A year later it stops working yet again.With so many options for this segment of watches, I urge you to look elsewhere. I recently sent Marathon an email... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 5, 2012

    Two orders in a row defective

    0 1/5 Michael Garcia (MIAMI, FL, US) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: MARATHON WW194007 Men's Diver's Quartz Black Dial Watch with Tritium (Watch) I made the mistake to order this watch despite being a relative experienced watch collector. I have heard horror stories of the poor quality control due to the watch being produced to be sold at wholesale prices to the government in contract batches. I ordered my first watch in September 6th, 2013 and it lagged about 10 minutes in the first 24 hours of use, i thought it was a random occurrence so i returned it. Ordered another on September 15th and arrived on September 17th 2013, i am getting ready to return it also because it randomly stopped...never again 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 18, 2013
    Includes vulcanized rubber strap
    Encapsulated Tritium (Isotope H3) light sources are used at each hour position on dial and on the minute and hour hands; Register indexes & hands and bezel triangle use MaraGlo paint for low-light viewing
    Commonly known as the TSAR "Tritium Search & Rescue"
    Easy-set date function
    Swiss made authentic military watch


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194006 Men's Diver's Automatic Black Dial Watch with Tritium

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Encapsulated tritium (Isotope H3) light sources are at each hour position on dial and on all hands.
    Made in La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland.
    Includes vulcanized black rubber strap (20mm) (Part # WW005006)
    Commonly known as the GSAR "Government Search and Rescue". Intended use: Dive, search and rescue.
    Bezel triangle uses MaraGloTM paint for low-light viewing. Easy-set date function.


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194015 Men's General Purpose Quartz w/ Date Black Watch with Tritium

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Encapsulated tritium for low light settings
    Fibershell high impact case with stainless steel back
    High torque quartz with EOL (end of life indicator for battery)
    Indended for field army services as supplied to U.S. government
    Swiss made authentic military watch


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194013 Men's Navigator Date Black Watch with Tritium

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Rating (11 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    MARATHON

    Nice watch at a good price

    I have been wearing a Luminox "navy seal" watch with stainless body and black rubber band for about ten years and the brightness has faded a little. I was looking for a replacement watch that also had tritium tubes for night visibility. There are a lot more choices now than there were ten years ago. I kept coming back to this Marathon watch for it's simplicity and appealing style. I don't like the blue, orange, or red dials and faces from Luminox and many other newer watches. I also do not like the trend to huge watches that you are always aware you are lugging around. I read some poor reviews on the Smith & Wesson so I did not go there. The Marathon reminds me most of my original Luminox, and therefore there went I.I could not be happier. The watch arrived as expected in a brown cardboard box. I do not know if it is a "real" military spec watch, but it definitely has that feel. The watch looks and feels great. I set the time and I have not had a... 4/5 Reed "Reed1" (Texas) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: MARATHON WW194013 Men's Navigator Date Black Watch with Tritium (Watch) I have been wearing a Luminox "navy seal" watch with stainless body and black rubber band for about ten years and the brightness has faded a little. I was looking for a replacement watch that also had tritium tubes for night visibility. There are a lot more choices now than there were ten years ago. I kept coming back to this Marathon watch for it's simplicity and appealing style. I don't like the blue, orange, or red dials and faces from Luminox and many other newer watches. I also do not like the trend to huge watches that you are always aware you are lugging around. I read some poor reviews on the Smith & Wesson so I did not go there. The Marathon reminds me most of my original Luminox, and therefore there went I.I could not be happier. The watch arrived as expected in a brown cardboard box. I do not know if it is a "real" military spec watch, but it definitely has that feel. The watch looks and feels great. I set the time and I have not had a... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 22, 2013

    Good Watch

    0 5/5 concept3 (Mclean, Virginia) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: MARATHON WW194013 Men's Navigator Date Black Watch with Tritium (Watch) If you buy this watch, you probably know what you're getting yourself into. Marathon is not a brand one "stumbles upon". The watch itself is packaged in a small cardboard box, which I enjoyed. The tritium lighting is as expected, not SuperLuminova bright, but lasting. The 12 o'clock marker has an orange tube while the rest are green, a nice touch I think.I was not expecting to have to cut the nylon to size, but I greatly enjoyed the process using a soldering iron, a flame, and sandpaper to get it as smooth as possible. The watch seems very durable so far, and I expect to continue buying from this company as the tritium wears out.Edit:Be very careful opening the caseback if you're curious to see inside it. I snapped the movement spacer and the case knife cut quite a bit into the "fibreshell". Worth the risk to me as a hobbyist, but might not be for you. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 10, 2012

    Very accurate

    0 5/5 Doose - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: MARATHON WW194013 Men's Navigator Date Black Watch with Tritium (Watch) This was is very easy to read at night, absolutely wonderful and it is very comfortable with the 9" band. You willnot believe how accurate this watch is. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 4, 2012
    Swiss made authentic military watch
    Fibershell high impact case with stainless steel back
    Encapsulated tritium for low light settings
    High torque quartz with EOL (end of life indicator for battery)
    Intended for pilot/parachute law enforcement as supplied to U.S. government


  • Timex

    Timex Full-Size T5K639 Marathon GPS Watch

    Sports (Timex)

    Rating (190 reviews):
    (3.7/5)
    Timex

    Good value for a basic GPS watch

    I've been running recreationally for four years, three to four times a week, usually with one long run on Sundays. I bought this watch two weeks ago because I wanted a cheap, simple, waterproof GPS watch that shows current running speed.For those of you new to GPS watches, you should know that GPS watches don't give you an instant pace, but an "average" current pace over some number of seconds. During my first run, I did a little experiment to see how fast this watch picks up the change in speed. At warm-up, watch was showing 6.1min/km. I sped up to the pace I know from experience was about 5 min/km. Initially nothing happened. After 20-30 seconds, pace changed to 5.8, then after another 10-15 seconds to 5.6, and it kept going down. It took around a minute to go down to 5.1min/km.It is fairly simple to use: you press the GPS button, wait 30 seconds to pick up the signal, click "Mode" few times till you find "Run", and press "Start". Watch display is quite... 5/5 Tatjana Injac "Tanja" (New Zealand) - See all my reviews This review is from: Timex Marathon GPS Watch (Watch) I've been running recreationally for four years, three to four times a week, usually with one long run on Sundays. I bought this watch two weeks ago because I wanted a cheap, simple, waterproof GPS watch that shows current running speed.For those of you new to GPS watches, you should know that GPS watches don't give you an instant pace, but an "average" current pace over some number of seconds. During my first run, I did a little experiment to see how fast this watch picks up the change in speed. At warm-up, watch was showing 6.1min/km. I sped up to the pace I know from experience was about 5 min/km. Initially nothing happened. After 20-30 seconds, pace changed to 5.8, then after another 10-15 seconds to 5.6, and it kept going down. It took around a minute to go down to 5.1min/km.It is fairly simple to use: you press the GPS button, wait 30 seconds to pick up the signal, click "Mode" few times till you find "Run", and press "Start". Watch display is quite... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 18, 2012

    Works well if you're okay with its limitations

    I purchased this GPS watch to help my training for an upcoming 10K. I was looking for a watch that could tell me my current pace, because I was trying to maintain a 7.5min/mile pace for my training. The watch fit well and is a little bulky, but that is to be expected. The GPS took about 30 seconds to fix, and that was after I found a clearing where there was no tree branch overhang. I usually start my runs with a short walk followed by a slow jog for a quarter mile where I will then stop and strech for a bit before I start the bulk of my run. I did not stop the timer because I was more interested in the distance I covered and my current pace, so I didn't care that the timer was still moving (Starting a timed run is how the process works. You start the timer with the GPS active and it measures distance, pace, and time elapsed). What I noticed after I began running again at a fairly fast speed - what I thought was approximately a 7.5 min/mile pace, was that the pace it was... 3/5 GDB (Louisiana) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Timex Marathon GPS Watch (Sports) I purchased this GPS watch to help my training for an upcoming 10K. I was looking for a watch that could tell me my current pace, because I was trying to maintain a 7.5min/mile pace for my training. The watch fit well and is a little bulky, but that is to be expected. The GPS took about 30 seconds to fix, and that was after I found a clearing where there was no tree branch overhang. I usually start my runs with a short walk followed by a slow jog for a quarter mile where I will then stop and strech for a bit before I start the bulk of my run. I did not stop the timer because I was more interested in the distance I covered and my current pace, so I didn't care that the timer was still moving (Starting a timed run is how the process works. You start the timer with the GPS active and it measures distance, pace, and time elapsed). What I noticed after I began running again at a fairly fast speed - what I thought was approximately a 7.5 min/mile pace, was that the pace it was... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 13, 2012

    Simple GPS Watch

    This is my 3rd GPS watch. The first 2 were Garmin and Motorola. Garmin was getting old and could not get satellite fix reliably, while the Motorola was full featured but recently it has been recording my runs as multisport much to my annoyance. I switched to this watch thinking less features may mean less possible points of failure.I like the simplicity of this watch. While on the run, tells you your time, distance covered and (almost) current pace. There are options to view other data but usually the default is good enough for me. After your run, you will then be able to see a whole load of other data points such as average pace and lap times. The waterproofing gives me peace of mind when the weather gets wet.The bulk is not too bad really, it's not much bigger than most GPS watches out there. It looks and feels so regular that I wear even when I am not running.I wish I could upload my runs to track them. Right now I just have to record my times... 4/5 Wee Meng Low "Meng" (Asia) - See all my reviews, December 2, 2012
    List Price: $125.00
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    Includes limited one-year manufacturer's warranty
    30-workout memory with 100 laps per workout; eight-hour battery life in GPS mode and rechargeable lithium-ion battery with cable
    Manage splits without touching a button, and use five alarms for in-workout reminders
    Lets athletes of any skill level monitor speed, distance, and energy expended; utilizes advanced GPS technology powered by SiRFstarIV
    GPS training device and watch lets you track workouts with surprisingly advanced features at an affordable price point


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194013SG Men's Navigator Date Green Watch with Tritium

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (3.0/5)
    MARATHON

    Case Diameter !!??

    0 3/5 N. Abdullah - See all my reviews, May 12, 2014
    List Price: $299.00
    Price: $230.00
    You Save: $30.05 (13%)
    Swiss made authentic military watch
    Encapsulated tritium for low light settings
    Fibershell high impact case with stainless steel back
    Intended for pilot/parachute law enforcement as supplied to U.S. government
    High torque quartz with EOL (end of life indicator for battery)


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194018 Men's Jumbo Diver's LGP JSAR Black Dial Watch

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Swiss made authentic military watch
    High torque quartz with EOL (end of life indicator for battery)
    MaraGlow paint for low light viewing
    Commonly known as the JSAR "Jumbo Search & Rescue"
    Includes vulcanized rubber strap


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194014 Men's Chronograph Pilot's Automatic Black Dial Watch with Tritium

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
    MARATHON

    Awesome Watch

    0 5/5 KEVIN MCCLATCHEY - See all my reviews This review is from: MARATHON WW194014 Men's Chronograph Pilot's Automatic Black Dial Watch with Tritium (Watch) This watch is huge! Ultra tough construction but very stylish. I've been wearing it for a month and it keeps time great. The automatic winding feature works well, you can hear and feel it work. I stopped wearing it for two days to check the winding and time keeping and discovered no problem. It has a work horse swiss movement. Do some research and you'll find some aspects of the movement that were used to make it "inexpensive" are actually now considered improvements over much more expensive movements. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 2, 2014
    Commonly known as the CSAR "Chronograph Search and Rescue"
    Encapsulated Tritium (Isotope H3) light sources are used at each hour position on dial and on the minute and hour hands; Register indexes & hands and bezel triangle use MaraGlo paint for low-light viewing
    Displays day & date
    Water resistant up to 30ATM; uni-directional bezel; sapphire crystal
    Swiss made authentic military watch


  • MARATHON

    MARATHON WW194009 Men's General Purpose Quartz Black Watch

    Watch (MARATHON)

    Fibershell high impact case with stainless steel back
    MaraGlow technology for low light viewing
    Swiss made authentic military watch
    Indended for field army services as supplied to U.S. government
    High torque quartz with EOL (end of life indicator for battery)


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