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    My Casio 'Metals' Collection.

    Hi Guy's,
    Thought I'd post some pictures of my small Casio 'Metals' collection.
    I do like the all Metal Casio watches, I'm hoping to add to this collection when
    something interesting next becomes available.
    Models from left to right in the first picture are: WV-300, IRW-M200, HBZ-100, HBZ-110.
    Let me know what you think and what might be worth adding too.
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    Re: My Casio 'Metals' Collection.

    Nice collection!
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    Re: My Casio 'Metals' Collection.

    Quote Originally Posted by ccm123 View Post
    Nice collection!
    Cheers.....

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    I know nothing of the watches in your collection sir, but really nice.

    Live and learn Spikey, now I've got an added watch brand to research.
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    Re: My Casio 'Metals' Collection.

    OP, those are really great. Love metal watches, they just feel so solid. But one thing that Casio does that sort of drives me crazy is that their watches are long rather than wide. I recently saw, somewhere, a shot of some watches on a site that screwed up the aspect ration such that it was squashed. And they looked great!

    So:
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    I always found this one attractive, and probably for the same reason:
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    Maybe that's one of the strengths of the 5600 series.
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    Re: My Casio 'Metals' Collection.

    Quote Originally Posted by spikeyadrian View Post
    Models from left to right in the first picture are: WV-300, IRW-M200, HBZ-100, HBZ-110.
    Let me know what you think and what might be worth adding too.
    Nice collection spikey...the negative one (WV-300?) looks absolutely fab!!! IMO there are quite a few models under the Futurist series that are worth an add too.

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    Re: My Casio 'Metals' Collection.

    Thanks for the replies guys.
    The 'problem' when looking for Casio metal watches is that they often have hollow link bracelets, which I hate.
    I some instances, even the watch case is not solid metal, it can often be of a metal/resin construction.
    Anyway, I'm not in a rush, I'll keep adding as and when something interesting becomes available.
    That's what this 'hobby' is all about, isn't it?
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    Re: My Casio 'Metals' Collection.

    Nifty looking collection! Thanks for sharing!
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    Very nice!

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    Re: My Casio 'Metals' Collection.

    Quote Originally Posted by mpalmer View Post
    Nifty looking collection! Thanks for sharing!
    Collecting these Casio's doesn't necessitate in my wallet taking respite in ICU, as it does
    with my collection of 'other' watches.
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