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    dimensions of Dw-5600c

    Hi, I had a couple of the old screwback 5600c's in the 80's and early nineties before switching to the 5600e's when they came out. Last spring I got a Spike Lee screwback after years of the resin case ones and I said to myself, "Aha, this is more like it. A nice big heavy screwback like the old ones" But then I got a vintage 5600c and it seems noticeably smaller and lighter than the reissue Spike Lee. Do any of you G-Shock gurus know the dimensions and weight of the old 5600c. The Spike Lee weighs 78 grams (more than the new GW-5000 for some reason) and is hefty with a great shiny stainless steel case. Didn't care for the case of the GW-5000 and now find the 5600c's a bit small. Anyway, if anybody know those dimensions I would love to know them ( my web searcches yielded nothing).
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    Creaser

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    Re: dimensions of Dw-5600c

    Nobody on the G-shock forum knows the dimensions of the 5600c? Hard to believe.
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    Re: dimensions of Dw-5600c

    I don't know, but I could measure mine. What dimensions do you want exactly?

    Edit - looks like:

    Screwback diameter: 38 mm

    Width of watch including bezel: 42 mm

    Length including bezel: 47mm

    Weight: I measured 65g, but that was on some kitchen scales which can barely register what a 20g increment is! I'd want someone else to try that before being sure.

    This is from a 691 module 5600c which has had replacement bezel and strap fitted within the last month - these were original Casio spares from Tiktox.
    Last edited by Maine; August 30th, 2009 at 20:03.

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