Any news in the Oceanus range?

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    Any news in the Oceanus range?

    Hi All, Last January I aquired a Casio Oceanus OCW-T100. I posted about this happy circumstance and I'm very content with this watch. The overall quality is first class and the accuracy in time keeping is astonishing . Are there any new releases in the Oceanus range since the beginning of this year? Is anybody keeping track???
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    Re: Any news in the Oceanus range?

    I haven't noticed anyhing new on the Japanese Oceanus website over the past few months. You can check it out here:

    http://oceanus.casio.jp/lineup/

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    Re: Any news in the Oceanus range?

    if Casio does it like always new models will be introduced in September

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    Re: Any news in the Oceanus range?

    Thanks for the info guys. I'll be patient.
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    Re: Any news in the Oceanus range?

    the latest releases (for April) were to new versions of the OCW-T600, BTW, not really new, only different design and band. However, it could be that the Cachalot gets an update earlier, maybe, I don't know.

    Since the module update from the M800 to the T600 was a big thing it could be also that the new module introduced this year will only have mild changes. We will see


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    Re: Any news in the Oceanus range?

    The OCW-S1250TC is a new (and spendy) one I guess?

    http://watch-happening.blogspot.com/...manta-ocw.html


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    Re: Any news in the Oceanus range?

    yeah, new, expensive and only shown at Baselworld, available later this year, I think.

    It is a version of the OCW-S1200, I think

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    Re: Any news in the Oceanus range?

    Thanks for all the info guys. Sibe you seem to be just as eager for Casio/Oceanus news as I am. See you around here at the WUS Fora.
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    Re: Any news in the Oceanus range?

    a couple new beautiful and expensive Oceanus models were posted on mygshock recently.

    http://mygshock.com/2009/05/14/three...eanus-watches/

    gorgeous!
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    Re: Any news in the Oceanus range?

    nice, not for me, but the increase in water resistance to 100m of the 1300 is a good thing, I hope they do it with the other Oceanus released this year, too (most of them are 100m wr, better would be of course 200m)

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