$ 15 dollar retro looking Casio solar on one on SS bracelet, Deal of the day

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    Thumbs Up $ 15 dollar retro looking Casio solar on one on SS bracelet, Deal of the day

    There are 2 different models of Casio solar digital watches both for $ 15 or less. Anyway check them out if you want a budget knock around watch

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    Re: $ 15 dollar retro looking Casio solar on one on SS bracelet, Deal of the day

    Wow, I think the Casio designers were drunken when they conjured those two models!

    The metalic one is just well... I can't even find the words for it. It does look like it was made in the 70's and will pinch out a ton of arm hairs if that's your thing!

    The resin one looks a bit better but the font is a bit strange.

    At least the prices are fair!

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    Re: $ 15 dollar retro looking Casio solar on one on SS bracelet, Deal of the day

    The WL-500 model is decent.

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    Re: $ 15 dollar retro looking Casio solar on one on SS bracelet, Deal of the day

    Oooh, nice - does anybody know the module number for the WL-500? The features look superb, just wanna know if it shows time in other modes.

    edit: module is 2590 - and unfortunately no time in other modes - so off the list it goes guess I have to get a DB-E30 instead.

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    Last edited by Sedi; January 3rd, 2011 at 23:02.
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