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    Re: Stealth GW7900B...first mod. Super Stealth.

    Great mod, looks much better

    Besides the module, those black plastic "screws" are one of the main reasosn, I prefer the G-7900 series over the GW-7900 series. A pic of my G-7900MS:



    It is that inconsequence that often drives me crazy with Casio watches. Why in the world makes one a stealth looking watch and put Bling-Bling "screws" on top of it

    Same goes for the silver polished indicator eye on the GW display, but I'm afraid you can't do much about it. What you still can do however is this:





    The black buckle is also just a very small and easy mod, but it makes a whole lotta difference on my G-7900-3V:




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    Re: Stealth GW7900B...first mod. Super Stealth.

    Looks great, I like it!

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    Re: Stealth GW7900B...first mod. Super Stealth.

    That's sick! I just put the black nylon/leather strap on mine, I think I'm gunna get this bezel next.

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    Great mod. It's very nice looking. Christopher Nolan should get Christian Bale one of these in his new Batman movie
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    Re: Stealth GW7900B...first mod. Super Stealth.

    Wow this is awesome, I like the black buckle mod more. How did you come about it???

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    Wasn't expecting much of a change when I opened this thread but now your watch looks pretty good, and better than before, very legible negative display too, good job!

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    Re: Stealth GW7900B...first mod. Super Stealth.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack65 View Post
    Wow this is awesome, I like the black buckle mod more. How did you come about it???
    I was intrigued by this thread: G-Shock Buckles. Where can I buy an official or after-market replacement?


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    Re: Stealth GW7900B...first mod. Super Stealth.

    I've already ordered and received a set of four of the infamous "falling out" bezel rivets just in case. Out of curiosity, are the four black screw thingies an integral part of the new bezel, or are the a swagged pop fit like the original metal finished rivets? Since I've got an extra set, I may fiddle around with some cold gun blue just for kicks. On second thought, since my rivets seem very secure at present, I may not bother...
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    Re: Stealth GW7900B...first mod. Super Stealth.

    7 bucks for that bezel is a steal

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    Re: Stealth GW7900B...first mod. Super Stealth.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob@Orlando View Post
    I've already ordered and received a set of four of the infamous "falling out" bezel rivets just in case. Out of curiosity, are the four black screw thingies an integral part of the new bezel, or are the a swagged pop fit like the original metal finished rivets? Since I've got an extra set, I may fiddle around with some cold gun blue just for kicks. On second thought, since my rivets seem very secure at present, I may not bother...
    They are just like the GW7900 metal "screws" pop right in and out. I actually took them out when I stealthed the paint off. The plastic "screws" have a notch in the side to hole them in a particular direction on the bezel.

    The more I look at my watch with these plastic "screws" the more i like it. Looks so much nicer. Even if you don't stealth the lettering off, get the plastic screws, easy pop in and out.

    Quote Originally Posted by G-fob View Post
    7 bucks for that bezel is a steal
    Totally. I have been thinking about doing this since I bought my GW7900, but wasn't going to spend much on the screws or bezel. Getting the bezel with the plastic screws for $7 shipped was great.

    The seller was icecache they still have a few black bezels on their listings. Came well packed and the bezel was actually in a little gift box to keep it protected. I was happy with my purchase. Even happier after I dipped it in some goof off to stealth it :)
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