My Casio GW-610LJ-1JF

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    My Casio GW-610LJ-1JF

    A Casio GW-610LJ-1JF: It's solar, atomic time, stopwatch, countdown timer, 5 alarms [including 1 snooze], world time, auto-backlight, Asian market only, I believe, blah blah...

    It's inarguably one of my favorites, and I've worn it almost exclusively for over a month, at this point. It's not as big a watch as I'd like to wear [the face is only 30mm, overall size is 45mm x 55mm], but it's a real beauty and a pleasure. As you can see, it has a negative display, gold on black, with the backlighting being green against the black background.

    The first pic is a wrist shot from when I first got the watch, the second is a stock website photo

    Enjoy,
    Frank




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    Re: My Casio GW-610LJ-1JF

    Looks good! Dig the reverse display and neat looking strap on it. Wear it well and enjoy.




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    Re: My Casio GW-610LJ-1JF

    Great choice! I really like this model. It's the first picture I've seen other than the Casio Stock photo which never looks the same.

    Enjoy your new G'.

    Cheers...

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    Re: My Casio GW-610LJ-1JF

    interesting watch. the case looks like something that would have a bracelet, and then surprise an interesting band.

    nice looking buttons, too.

    :thanks for sharing
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    Re: My Casio GW-610LJ-1JF

    Nice pickup! The main display row looks to have larger numerals than, say, 6900s....

    P.S. I'm on Knifeforums too, though lately watches have got more of my time!

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    Re: My Casio GW-610LJ-1JF

    :thanks
    It's actually about 3 yrs. old, I got it along with a Middle Sea Race Raysman back then, courtesy of the assistance of Seiya-san. If the Raysman were atomic, I think it would be near perfect. It's the model w/the backlight image of the race trophy.

    Be well,
    Frank

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    GW-6900BC-1JF [negative (silver on black), solar, atomic]
    GW-610LJ-1JF
    [negative (gold on black), solar, atomic]
    PAW1500GB-3 [solar, atomic]
    DW-9350MSJ-2T [solar, Middle Sea Race model, back light image of the race trophy]
    G-7210K-7AJR [solar, I.C.E.R.C (2004 Dolphin & Whale) model, back light image of a humpback whale sounding]
    Mil-Shock DW-5600






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    Re: My Casio GW-610LJ-1JF

    Nice one. The bracelet version was sold at JCPEnney a few years back. I bought, wore and eventually gifted it to my brother (who now has a positive lcd version of it). Very nice with a "quality feel". Now I miss mine!!


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