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    More Casio Metals?

    Do any of you wish Casio would release more solid metal watches?
    I really like solid metal Casio's and have a few.
    I'm not only thinking about MRG's even though a new range of those would be wonderful.
    Now, I know there would be a price premium, however, I would be more than happy to pay extra for a lovely
    solid Stainless Steel G-Shock.
    Some may say that this would lead to competition within the Casio range, however, if I'm correct, aren't the current
    Casio MRG's (with exception of the GPS) rather old and in need of replacing anyway?

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    Re: More Casio Metals?

    There are some rather new MRG-models on the market. And Casio just released some new all - steel Gshock as well, lower priced then MTG and MRG. The Gsteel series. So I don't see a need for another new all steel model. Cheers,

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    Re: More Casio Metals?

    Released 2015.
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    Re: More Casio Metals?

    It should be "more casio metals with normal size"
    G-Shock GW-5000-1AJF
    G-Shock DW-5000-1JF
    G-Shock GW-5000B-1JR
    Omega Seamaster Professional 2254.50
    Omega Seamaster Professional 2254.50 (well you know, for backup)
    Rolex Osyter Perpetual 116000 Silver.

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    Re: More Casio Metals?

    Quote Originally Posted by gzpermadi View Post
    It should be "more casio metals with normal size"
    that mere mortals can afford.

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    Re: More Casio Metals?

    Try G-steel series?

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    Re: More Casio Metals?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf888 View Post
    There are some rather new MRG-models on the market. And Casio just released some new all - steel Gshock as well, lower priced then MTG and MRG. The Gsteel series. So I don't see a need for another new all steel model. Cheers,
    The G Steel watches are not solid stainless steel, they are resin/steel.
    I was referring to all steel watches.

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    Re: More Casio Metals?

    Ok. Then 2015 MRG it is. ;)
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    Re: More Casio Metals?

    Quote Originally Posted by gzpermadi View Post
    It should be "more casio metals with normal size"
    Yup, I could live with this.
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    Re: More Casio Metals?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf888 View Post
    Ok. Then 2015 MRG it is. ;)
    I'm thinking in addition to the MRG-GPS range.
    A number of years ago, Casio seemed to have a larger range of Steel/Titanium models.
    They were always very popular and sold well, I think.
    The Limited Edition one's always held their value particularly well too.

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