It Continues to Rise After all These Years
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    It Continues to Rise After all These Years

    The legendary Riseman.


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    Re: It Continues to Rise After all These Years

    My 9200J succumbed to some missing pixels and part of a digit. Casio told me no more spares for the LCD, hence not repairable anymore. I still kept it though.
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    Re: It Continues to Rise After all These Years

    Quote Originally Posted by Snoweagle View Post
    My 9200J succumbed to some missing pixels and part of a digit. Casio told me no more spares for the LCD, hence not repairable anymore. I still kept it though.
    Yikes... was it ever abused? That's something I'd expect from an older CASIO watch, as some of the very old models would occasionally suffer LCD segment failure.

    I guess what you could do is buy a badly damaged Riseman where the module is still perfectly intact and cannibalize it. IF you could find one on the used market.
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    Re: It Continues to Rise After all These Years

    10-12 used 9200's on yahoo japan right now....

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    Re: It Continues to Rise After all These Years

    Sold mine at the beginning of the year, after owning it for 6 years. Lovely watch.
    If you don't think every day is a good day, just try missing one. ~Cavett Robert

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    Re: It Continues to Rise After all These Years

    Quote Originally Posted by xevious View Post
    Yikes... was it ever abused? That's something I'd expect from an older CASIO watch, as some of the very old models would occasionally suffer LCD segment failure.

    I guess what you could do is buy a badly damaged Riseman where the module is still perfectly intact and cannibalize it. IF you could find one on the used market.
    I've never abused any watch I own and that includes this. I've the Rangeman now so it replaces the Riseman indefinitely. I suppose also it's because I seldom wear my G-Shocks now so it's always in my watch case. I wear the Apple Watch mainly.
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    Matador:
    I got yer back re: the Riseman
    But my heart pump lies with the GW3000bb1 and GD350's.
    I own 8 G's. SIL Mark owns 11. Incl the King G GWX56.

    Luv Casios. 36 million produced since 1984. I'm not alone!!!

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    Re: It Continues to Rise After all These Years

    Quote Originally Posted by arogle1stus View Post
    Matador:
    I got yer back re: the Riseman
    But my heart pump lies with the GW3000bb1 and GD350's.
    I own 8 G's. SIL Mark owns 11. Incl the King G GWX56.
    Luv Casios. 36 million produced since 1984. I'm not alone!!!
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    Time to update your info sir. It's way more than 36,000,000.
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