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    Re: New A700w

    These have been out since May I believe. It's fun to see a Casio Ad and read a write up on it for those fellow Casio enthusiasts.

    Albeit, I imagine few of us will actually purchase these at the moment.

    Still, I do like mesh straps and one made by Casio.....
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    Re: New A700w

    You might be surprised. it could be a sleeper hit of 2019 (just like that 1979 Timex Q reissue)

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    Re: New A700w

    Do these have the same plastic/resin case as the A158/168? I just bought an A168WEM that looks very similar.


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    Re: New A700w

    I believe the case is still resin while bracelet is stainless steel. but this watch is a clear winner. and yes, it might be a sleeper release just like Timex Q.

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    Re: New A700w

    Got this watch yesterday and in comparison with the F91, this watch feels somewhat smaller. i will post a photo for the comparison tonight.

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    The colored text for “alarm,” “sig,” “spl,” and “chrono” really add flair.

    I would love to wear something like this in a metal case. Can anyone recommend options?

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    Re: New A700w

    Here is the comparison with f91.

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    Re: New A700w

    Quote Originally Posted by luth_ukail View Post
    Here is the comparison with f91.

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    Hey, it does look smaller. Out of sheer curiosity how does the alarm compare?
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    Re: New A700w

    Yeah, it looks smaller from this photo so I guess it's definitely going to feel smaller too.

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