So guys, I was browsing through the Casio international site and I clicked G-Shock and then limited models. I wondered how limited all these watches are? The 30th anniversary watches are supposed to be more limited than the rest of the watches is my guess, but can somebody explain all this "limited edition" stuff?
Also, I recently bought the GD-100BW-1 (yaaaaaaay ) and noticed that on the Casio international site is listed under limited models > limited color 7. So does this make my watch a "limited edition" watch? Because when something is limited edition I expect to see like one of three hundred or 047/500 for example. Yet on the Casio USA website it's just a "normal" watch - it doesn't say anything about it being limited model or color. So what's up with my watch? How many were made or how many will be made? How does all this "limited" edition/model/color stuff work?
I LOVE that watch by the way (the GD-100), it's nice in all of the colors it is being offered, but the one I bought with the mirror LCD is just...perfect (at least in my opinion), I really love it . Is it "normal" to be this excited and happy about a watch purchase ? Because I'm really happy I got this watch .