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    A little RED lcd mod experiment

    My DW6900 wanted me to try it so I did

    Bought some A4 colored transparent paper (is there a word for it ?)




    Cut it to fit the inside of the inner dial (succeeded after a few)




    3. Pasted it under the inner dial (after taking out the movement)
    I didn't needed any glue, the inner dial is a little sticky and the movement will hold it too).




    Now, introducing the Red LCD 6900 >




    Not super-legible in low light...




    But no problems outside, on a sunny day





    The only real problem is the hair, but I think it's me, not the 6900

    Hope you like it,
    Galpo


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    Re: A little RED lcd mod experiment

    Interesting looking DW-6900...like the result actually!

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    Re: A little RED lcd mod experiment

    It is cool with red display.
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    Re: A little RED lcd mod experiment

    Whoa, it looks really, really cool. Like some IR camera. Killer! Now, let's try out some other color combos.

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    Re: A little RED lcd mod experiment

    very creative mod. end result looks sharp!

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    Re: A little RED lcd mod experiment

    I like it.. what a creative way to do a watch tunning!! congrats!!... (-:
    (never thought abt that before.....)

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    Re: A little RED lcd mod experiment

    Very cool

    now lets see the other color combinations
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    Re: A little RED lcd mod experiment

    Cool!

    How does it look with the light on?

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    Re: A little RED lcd mod experiment

    good mod, what's the color of the EL?

    maybe it will be easier to read if its "less red"

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    Re: A little RED lcd mod experiment

    I like it! This just proves, once again, that red and black always look good together!

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