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    My Casio watches

    Got my first G, the Riseman man in black 2 back in 1999, seated at the bottom of the pic, notice that the bezel has long broken off, leaving the plastic casing only n still surviving. If you notice,most of my Casios are with built in sensors :)

    top row left to right - Lungman dwg-100-9,lungman dwg-1,D5600E,
    Riseman 9200,
    second row- protrek prg-70 triple sensor,protrek prt-70 twin sensor,sea pathfinder spf-51 twin sensor,protrek prg-110y ABC
    third row-sea pathfinder spf-10D, MDA-100, AMW-350 analog moon graph,Hunting timer AMW-705,PAthfinder PRT-50 twin sensor
    and my Riseman MIB 2 broken bezel.
    more close up pics n detail at my site
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    Re: My Casio watches

    Nice collection, thanks for sharing.
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    Neat shots! I was familiar with the TSR series thermal scanners, but not your Sea Pathfinder variation. Cool! Thanks for sharing and welcome to WUS.
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    Nice collection !

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    Very nice collection Your Lungman are sweet
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    Suh-weet collection. Welcome aboard
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    Interesting collection, I really like it. Sensors and analogs, neither are usual around here in collections Okay, maybe sensors are somewhat common, but rarely as an almost red line in a collection.

    I particular like the Seapathfinder SPF-10D, SPF-51 and my favorite: ProTrek PRT-70N.

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    Thanks for the kind words and glad you guys enjoy it, indeed the spf-51 and prt-70 are getting harder to come by nowadays.I like them because the EL shines through the analog face, which is not very common,there are a few other similar models which the EL only lights up the digital part.

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    After reading Cmoy and bfgreen's excellent reverse display mod, I tried doing it on my G5600E tough solar, took me around 3 hours, here's some pics, hope u guys like it, but one thing i notice, the number display is not as bright/high contrast as compare to my Protrek prg110Y,its kinda dim, is this due to the thicker polarised sheet I use? well luckily this is solar model so I'll just keep the auto EL on. Btw the polarised sheet I bought is linear PFA 38% w adhesive, will the PFSC with 43.4% give better contrast n more suitable for such mod?Anyone has tried the PFSC 43.4% and did a comparison w original casio reverse display?
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    That's a very interesting collection of rare looking G-Shocks!
    Stowa Marine Automatic solid silver dial Hamilton Jazzmaster Power Reserve | Jazzmaster Viewmatic Seiko 5 SNZD13J1 | 5 SNZE87J1 Parnis Power Reserve Accurist Kinetic Chronograph MB 560 Casio (G-Shock) GW50001JF | DW5200C | DW5600C | DW5600R3 | G7800B1DR | DW6600 |​ DW6630B (modded) Casio (Protrek) PRG-240B

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