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    Watch identification.

    So when I moved a couple years ago, boxes got left in storage. Well moving back home I went through some boxes and came across a Casio G-Shock watch I bought for my move, and ultimately just packed away.

    Anyway, opened it up, still working flawlessly (it's brand new), and it's within 7 minutes of todays time! Pretty crazy.

    Anyway, I search for some of the numbers on the box/watch and I can't pinpoint what model it is so I can try to resell it.

    Can anyone maybe tell me where to look, or what numbers are the actual model? I can provide pictures if necessary.

    Outer box says... SL-PGSA1-1.
    Inner watch box says... DW-004VE-1VMCR, with 2164 in a little rectangle.

    That's all I got.

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    Re: Watch identification.

    Welcome to the forum!

    This watch is from the DW-004 series, with the specific model number being DW-004VE. 1VMCR is an additional identifier for color, region, etc. 2164 is the module number (the actual movement inside).

    It looks like this watch was used in "Tears Of The Sun", which is pretty cool.

    G-Shock Movie or TV appearance
    Last edited by sl8763; November 27th, 2009 at 22:34.
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    Re: Watch identification.

    Quote Originally Posted by sl8763 View Post
    Welcome to the forum!

    This watch is from the DW-004 series, with the specific model number being DW-004VE. 1VMCR is an additional identifier for color, region, etc. 2164 is the module number (the actual movement inside).

    It looks like this watch was used in "Tears Of The Sun", which is pretty cool.

    G-Shock Movie or TV appearance
    Wow! Wonder if I can use that as a selling point, lol. Just kidding.
    Super nice watch, just have no need for it (I have like 6 Nixon watches).

    Off to E-bay it goes.

    AND I really appreciate the help. Thank you.

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    Re: Watch identification.

    Glad I could help! You might also try the Sales Forum here on Watchuseek before you go the eBay route. No fees to pay and also you've got a lot of G-Shock addicts always looking to pick up a new one. Good luck :)
    Simon

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    Re: Watch identification.

    Awesome, will do.
    Better someone who really wants it gets it for cheap.

    ...and yeah, Ebay is a hassle.

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