A few Q&D shots of the 6900 MS!

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    A few Q&D shots of the 6900 MS!

    I love it!!! I agree with everyone's comments on the dark display. But its not an issue for my eyes. It actually reads very much like my Real Black Blue Eye 6900. I think the two make a great pair...

    If you like stealth... this 6900 is for you!
    (Sorry for all the dust. This was right out of the G-can.)

    Ill try to get some more pics this weekend!

    I LOVE IT!!!
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    Re: A few Q&D shots of the 6900 MS!

    nice one that is! I especially like the fatter digits on the reverse displays. Congrats and wear it in good health!

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    Re: A few Q&D shots of the 6900 MS!

    Good stuff, mate!




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    Re: A few Q&D shots of the 6900 MS!

    Awesome watch!

    I was wondering, are the digits more legible than a homemade stealth job? My stealthed 6900 is a little hard to see if the room isn't lit well or if im not outside during the daytime.

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    Re: A few Q&D shots of the 6900 MS!

    Well I must admit, of all the reverse watches I have had, this one is probably the "worst". But then again, thats what the back light is for right? And it has such a wonderfully stealthy look. SO cool!

    The best way to describe the watch is from Dougs great video review. Watch that and watch when he opens the metal tin. It looks like a black hole in there! LOL

    This one is ever slightly harder to read (in low light) than my Real Black Blue Eye. But hey, Im no Navy Seal... not a Ranger... not a Boy Scout... LOL... Works PERFECT for lil ol me!

    Man, this is one tough looking watch. I was concerned I wouldnt like the "pink-ish" / red display. No worries there at all. I REALLY like it!

    Tomorrow I will wear it out and about. So I will get a "real world", good lighting, feel for the display.

    Its dark... but isnt that the notion of a stealthy watch!?
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    Re: A few Q&D shots of the 6900 MS!

    Oh, one thing I have not read about. The backlight is a cool green/blue. The display is a reddish / salmon color.

    very cool.
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    Cool Re: A few Q&D shots of the 6900 MS!

    Cool Pictures!

    This one seems to have hit it big lately!

    Me personally though prefer the MIRB Riseman in this series...

    Regarding the color of the display, the reason Casio originally called it Men In Rusty Black is because oficially the color of the displays is supposed to resemble rusty water...

    So one can say it is rust colored digits...
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    Re: A few Q&D shots of the 6900 MS!

    Congratulations Jeff! I knew you would like it
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    Re: A few Q&D shots of the 6900 MS!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff_C View Post
    Well I must admit, of all the reverse watches I have had, this one is probably the "worst". But then again, thats what the back light is for right? And it has such a wonderfully stealthy look. SO cool!

    The best way to describe the watch is from Dougs great video review. Watch that and watch when he opens the metal tin. It looks like a black hole in there! LOL

    This one is ever slightly harder to read (in low light) than my Real Black Blue Eye. But hey, Im no Navy Seal... not a Ranger... not a Boy Scout... LOL... Works PERFECT for lil ol me!

    Man, this is one tough looking watch. I was concerned I wouldnt like the "pink-ish" / red display. No worries there at all. I REALLY like it!

    Tomorrow I will wear it out and about. So I will get a "real world", good lighting, feel for the display.

    Its dark... but isnt that the notion of a stealthy watch!?
    OK. I always wondered if Casio used some kind of better polarizing film than we are all using.

    Thanks and enjoy the watch!

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