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    the march of atomic continues

    check out mygshock.com for some great new catalog scans. a wild new 5500, the new riseman and gw7900 colors, and an old standby made atomic: the gw-2310.
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    Re: the march of atomic continues

    That classic Frogman design is very addictive!

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    Re: the march of atomic continues

    Thanks for the info... I love that MacDaddy one!


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    Re: the march of atomic continues

    How about that Atomic Solar G 2310 It could still be one of the best values, will have to see what the cost is. The macdady looks like jack nicholson would be sporting it when he played the joker

    wanted to add that I have never seen casio bring out more watches as part of a series than the G 7900 GW 7900. The yellow is very cool.
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    Re: the march of atomic continues

    That G-5500MD reminds me of...

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    Re: the march of atomic continues

    Quote Originally Posted by Theatre Of Dreams View Post
    That G-5500MD reminds me of...




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    Re: the march of atomic continues

    Quote Originally Posted by a-Tom-ic View Post
    and an old standby made atomic: the gw-2310.
    That is a surprise. But then I was surprised by the atomic 6900. How to interpret all this?

    • Casio increasingly conscious of its heritage.
    • Casio running out of ideas.
    • Casio recognising that they can't improve on the older designs.
    I used to list my watches here until I realised it ruined people's Google searches...

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    Re: the march of atomic continues

    Hi,
    wow - great stuff! Is there a manual for the GW-2310 online already or do we have to wait a bit?

    Greetings, Sedi
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    Re: the march of atomic continues

    Quote Originally Posted by Sedi View Post
    Hi,
    wow - great stuff! Is there a manual for the GW-2310 online already or do we have to wait a bit?

    Greetings, Sedi
    In my excitement, I checked the Casio website half an hour ago. No manual yet. But it might be safe to assume that it no longer has the telememo feature offered in the G-2310.
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    Re: the march of atomic continues

    Quote Originally Posted by Theatre Of Dreams View Post
    That G-5500MD reminds me of...

    LOL, might as well ... :D

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