Casio Calculator & Remote Control watches

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    Casio Calculator & Remote Control watches

    Just taken some pictures of these calculator & Remote Control watches from Casio. Have not finish taking them all though. Anyway, its a start.

    Enjoy.

    http://web.mac.com/zacharywong/Plane...tor_Watch.html

    http://web.mac.com/zacharywong/Plane...ote_Watch.html

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    Re: Casio Calculator & Remote Control watches

    very cool indeed. i like it because they are so clean. thanks for sharing !!!
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    Re: Casio Calculator & Remote Control watches

    I don't seem to be able to see pictures on your web page?

    All the best,
    Ian.

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    Re: Casio Calculator & Remote Control watches

    Sorry about it. Could you try again? Seems to be working again. Just in case, here are the links again.

    http://web.mac.com/zacharywong/Plane...ote_Watch.html

    http://web.mac.com/zacharywong/Plane...tor_Watch.html

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    Re: Casio Calculator & Remote Control watches

    Nice watches and nice pics. Thanks for your sharing.

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    Hi Planetz,

    You have 4 cool calculators there; the remote was popular in Mexico some years ago. Congrats on having and preserving them in so an excellent condition, and thanks for sharing with the forum.

    I've seen you have been posting some interesting G-Shock and Casio lately. As Ian posted, I've been having some problems to open the links. May be it's my PC. This one opened without problem, though. Nevertheless, I want to thank you for posting them.

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    Re: Casio Calculator & Remote Control watches

    very nice pics! yeah.. the calculator watches u showed realli brings back memories during the time when i used to have one of those. and it got damaged when water seeped into the case. nvrtheless great pics u have there!

    btw i realised that i cannot see the pictures when i opened ur webby on Firefox, only could see it when viewed on IE. are there others with the same issue?

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    Thanks for sharing!
    I get an old Data bank DBC 310 since I was a child and at the day of today I use my Casio for keep secure my schedules, telephone list and many more. This watches are a beautiful witness of our lives.

    (I have extracted my romantic side):oops::oops:

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    Re: Casio Calculator & Remote Control watches

    I've kept a couple of Casio calculator watches:

    Casio CD-40 - The first Casio databank, circa 1984.
    I always liked there being 24 buttons crammed onto the traditional/original style case.




    Casio CFX-20 - The first Casio scientific calculator watch, circa 1985.
    It also did metric to imperial conversions.
    This one has since been sold.



    This one is a bit blurry; but it's a DBC calculator/data base watch with an EEPROM memory:


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    Re: Casio Calculator & Remote Control watches

    Many thanks for the kind words from fellow collectors out there.

    I have a lot of watches and I had some time last week and decided on cataloging them and uploading them to a website. It's a start and I hope to show you more soon.

    As for the web, I am using a Mac and tapping on my dotmac to upload everything. It is easy and no frills. I am not really sure why some of you are unable to open the pics. Please do accept my sincere apologies.

    Once again, enjoy.

    Zac

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