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    If you could convince Casio to re-release any past model, which would it be?

    Just what the thread title says... if you could tell Casio to remake any previously discontinued model, exactly as it was, which one would you want them to make? Or would you be against this concept (considering it would hurt the "collectible" value of the original)?

    For me, it would be the WW-5100 Wide Temp from 1983. Such a great looking model, I regret selling mine. I like the idea of an LCD that can withstand extreme temperatures, and the spare resins for the model would fit all vintage squares.
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    Re: If you could convince Casio to re-release any past model, which would it be?

    Screw back DW5500C
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    I think that this would be a great concept. It seems to have worked in the sneaker world with reissued styles. I am sure that a new colorway could differentiate the re-release. Not really sure what I would want re-released though.

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    Re: If you could convince Casio to re-release any past model, which would it be?

    The original DW-5000 that started it all. Same module, but with updated calender year to 2099.
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    Re: If you could convince Casio to re-release any past model, which would it be?

    For me, Gundams. 6400's, 81xx's, or 8300's. I don't care. To my eye the 8195 is my favorite looking watch right now.

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    Re: If you could convince Casio to re-release any past model, which would it be?

    DW5600c screwback. Same module same everything except with gw5000 case.

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    Re: If you could convince Casio to re-release any past model, which would it be?

    Vanilla Ti Frog with 3148 module.
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    Re: If you could convince Casio to re-release any past model, which would it be?

    The "Hero" same module updated calender of course.

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    Re: If you could convince Casio to re-release any past model, which would it be?

    I would love to see a remake of the DW-5300, maybe restyle the bezel similar to the GD,GA style models, with a few color options like dark blue or dark green, big and and bad.
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    Re: If you could convince Casio to re-release any past model, which would it be?

    DW-5500C

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