Funny Fake Alert: SHOOK Resist! HA HA HA

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    Funny Fake Alert: SHOOK Resist! HA HA HA


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    Re: Funny Fake Alert: SHOOK Resist! HA HA HA

    I already see that last week on Ebay. Looks like module is exact same as real G7900.

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    Re: Funny Fake Alert: SHOOK Resist! HA HA HA

    That's too funny. Notice how they blacked out the name on the watch.

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    Re: Funny Fake Alert: SHOOK Resist! HA HA HA

    The listing says "G Shock" STYLE, so they are stating that it is not a real Casio.

    But, many people will fall for this piece of junk !

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    Re: Funny Fake Alert: SHOOK Resist! HA HA HA

    Quote Originally Posted by ccm123 View Post
    The listing says "G Shock" STYLE, so they are stating that it is not a real Casio.

    But, many people will fall for this piece of junk !

    Looks like somebody above already did


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    Re: Funny Fake Alert: SHOOK Resist! HA HA HA

    Quote Originally Posted by dimitribouras View Post
    I already see that last week on Ebay. Looks like module is exact same as real G7900.
    Not really - the font is different, as is the 'ST' for stopwatch - on the original it's 'ST1' or 'ST2' and it shows the current time on the lower display as long as the stopwatch isn't running yet.

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    Re: Funny Fake Alert: SHOOK Resist! HA HA HA

    but i am always facinated how hard they try to fake it close to the original, isnt it expensive to produce such bezels and glasses? they must sell many of these, otherwise they wouldnt produce them.
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    Re: Funny Fake Alert: SHOOK Resist! HA HA HA

    Quote Originally Posted by fonklover View Post
    but i am always facinated how hard they try to fake it close to the original, isnt it expensive to produce such bezels and glasses? they must sell many of these, otherwise they wouldnt produce them.
    Maybe not. They take apart a genuine one, produce a casting form from the parts and start making fakes. Creating a properly reproduced module seems to be more difficult, considering how bad those usually are...

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    Re: Funny Fake Alert: SHOOK Resist! HA HA HA

    Hey but you guys are missing a point there...

    is "Shook Resistant" isn't it the first watch with shook resist...

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    Re: Funny Fake Alert: SHOOK Resist! HA HA HA

    Quote Originally Posted by MiguelAyako View Post
    Hey but you guys are missing a point there...

    is "Shook Resistant" isn't it the first watch with shook resist...
    and what means shook? cant find a german translation.

    i am not surprised since i saw some COSIO watches even in my home road.
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