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    Casio MR-G 100

    Nice pictures of my Casio MRG-G 100. Made by my friend Kibi.







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    Re: Casio MR-G 100

    lovely, thanks for sharing. great shots of one of casio's finest efforts!



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    Re: Casio MR-G 100

    That's a great looking watch, a very clean and pleasing design. Though there's a part of me that would rather see those top four Phillips screws as Hex head. Hex bolts just seem more hard core to me, more in line with the spirit of G-Shock.

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    Re: Casio MR-G 100

    One of the classics. Strangely enough, I just had to think of "good old times", although the watch is not that old at all. If CASIO could come up with something like this today...

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    Re: Casio MR-G 100

    Too bad that Casio does not keep a watch like this in it's current lineup, I would buy one in an instant. A great looking model. I bet it's really comfortable too, as it does not have the dreaded "resin" stiff plastic strap.

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    Re: Casio MR-G 100

    Very, very nice watch. And great pics too-I particularly like the last one.

    Why don't Casio still make an all-digital MR-G?
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    Re: Casio MR-G 100

    That is very nice. I'd buy that in a heartbeat if it was still offered today. My fear is that if they did make one it would be a "limited edition" and too far out of my price range to afford.

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    Re: Casio MR-G 100

    loads of them - often some in NOS condition with the box - on yahoo.co.jp - bought over a dozen MRG's that way myself.
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    Re: Casio MR-G 100

    Yep! Vintage G-Shock are the best. I have been focusing buying vintage Gs. Modern G just don't appeal to me the same way except of GWF frogs and re-issue Jason (Jason prob not count since it looks just like DW-001). A titanium Jason with temperature module will be a cool MR-G.

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    Re: Casio MR-G 100

    it's pretty cool, but just little bit smaller in real life
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