I've seen this one on there before, I think he has listed it a couple times because it never sold, strange looking model, cool in its own way though, definately 80's looking. Asking quite a good bit for this one.
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That is superb... and probably worth the asking price to somebody.
I used to list my watches here until I realised it ruined people's Google searches...
Those are nice - and rare - but he's asking far too much. Last one I saw sold for around $175 IIRC. It's not a large watch either.
The seller is insane. Nobody will buy it unless its under 50 bucks
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To be honest I don't think it is as outrageous as it first appears.
It is a stunning example of a rare watch and someone just had to have it for their collection.
Personally I think we have a long way to go collecting G shocks and Casio watches in general,the hobby is relatively new because the watches haven't been around that long,in ten years we are going to be gasping at how cheap the prices were back in 2010!
Just my tuppence worth!
I've seen a lot of old Casios (even owned a few!), but I haven't seen that model before. Thanks for sharing!
It looks kinda neat. You'd probably have to have a whole "look" to make it work. But for the right person it would be perfect.
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