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    any info on Casio Overland pilot/miltary watch

    Hello, anyone out there have any info, do you have etc. on 2 Casio Overland models (they're Japan only models) ??? Colrs on dials... one model OVW-100BJ-3AJF olive drab fabric strap dial looks olive drab is that so? Other model-OVW-100TDJ-1A2JF, this has SS bracelet, looks like dark grey or blk. dial. I prefer blk. dial.
    thanks & regards Dr. Robert

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    Re: any info on Casio Overland pilot/miltary watch

    I have the OAW-100TDJ it is Titanium. Really like it, as it is light and comfortable. It has an LED light at 6 o'clock. Atomic/solar. Mine syncs regularly. Manual is only in Japanese, so need to study the pictures to understand everything.

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    Re: any info on Casio Overland pilot/miltary watch

    is that wat it is?
    tell me whtshadow, how do u feel bout the "6" being cut off half ?

    they shoulda moved the digital part a little bit higher.

    i like the dull paintjob. its like powder coating.
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    Re: any info on Casio Overland pilot/miltary watch

    Nice analog, Shadow.

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    Re: any info on Casio Overland pilot/miltary watch

    Having the number cut off does not bother me. I like it, as it is a marker to identify the 6 o'clock point.

    As for the finish, if you find other posts from me, you will see other titanium watches I have. They all have that mat or brushed finish, and I like it. For the most part, I do not care for flashy watches. Mat or brushed finished are preferred.
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    Re: any info on Casio Overland pilot/miltary watch

    Quote Originally Posted by WhtShadow View Post
    As for the finish, if you find other posts from me, you will see other titanium watches I have. They all have that mat or brushed finish, and I like it. For the most part, I do not care for flashy watches. Mat or brushed finished are preferred.
    The matte finish is the best feature of titanium. It doesn't reflect the sun so you can see the time better and its far more beautiful for a watch that isn't a jewel made of diamonds and silver. I prefer titanium too! It gives the feeling of extra quality IMO..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funkywatch View Post
    The matte finish is the best feature of titanium. It doesn't reflect the sun so you can see the time better and its far more beautiful for a watch that isn't a jewel made of diamonds and silver. I prefer titanium too! It gives the feeling of extra quality IMO..

    and the light weight ti is very cool


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    Re: any info on Casio Overland pilot/miltary watch

    Quote Originally Posted by WhtShadow View Post
    Having the number cut off does not bother me. I like it, as it is a marker to identify the 6 o'clock point.

    As for the finish, if you find other posts from me, you will see other titanium watches I have. They all have that mat or brushed finish, and I like it. For the most part, I do not care for flashy watches. Mat or brushed finished are preferred.

    same here !!!! i dun like it shiny. too much bling !!!!
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    Re: any info on Casio Overland pilot/miltary watch

    Quote Originally Posted by mansrow View Post
    same here !!!! i dun like it shiny. too much bling !!!!

    You only like bling on your teeth?

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    Re: any info on Casio Overland pilot/miltary watch

    wow wow.....
    watches are meant to tell times..

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