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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    Yet no Ocean(US) syncs with Newfoundland legal time! Now, I gotta dump me OCS-100 in St-Pierre & Miquelon to some frog-eater...
    Arrr!! them Casimodo landlubbers dunno nothin’ about the reel, cod-fishin’, iceberg-dodgin’ Oshiun!
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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    Getting some sun on the windowsill.

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    It arrived needing quite a bit of charging.

    Thanks to the Oceanus Connected app, I know how close it is to getting topped off. Nice feature.

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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by James142 View Post
    I think harald-hans is going to be responsible for a lot of Oceanus purchases.

    Here's a quick shot of my new one; will post more later.

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    Very nice James, congrats!! That is a very nice looking model.

    Can you tell me if the bracelet has the clasp micro-adjust feature?
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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Time4Playnow View Post
    Very nice James, congrats!! That is a very nice looking model.

    Can you tell me if the bracelet has the clasp micro-adjust feature?
    Thanks!

    Yes, it does. Unlike the Manaslu and PRW-7000, though, which have three micro-adjust positions, this one has two. But it seems a bit more robust in its execution and does not feel as likely to slip by accident as you take it off your wrist. Casio also included a half-link on the bracelet, so with that and the slide adjustment, you ought to be able to find a good fit. Mine is super-comfortable and only about 97 grams with two links removed.
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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    My titanium Oceanus OCW-T100TD-7AJF. An oldie about five(?) years old. Works flawlessly since I purchased it from Seiya.

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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Hen展 View Post
    My titanium Oceanus OCW-T100TD-7AJF. An oldie about five(?) years old. Works flawlessly since I purchased it from Seiya.
    Henri, I have the same model :) You might be surprised that the T100 series existed at least since 2009 according to posts on WUS. The black dial model -1AJF is still available on the oceanus.jp site under the "3 Hands" section for 50,000 yen, but the other variants are likely discontinued. The T series had tough movement and mb6, features that other Osh at that time didn't offer. Nice detail on the hour markers in your pic.

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    Nice to meet a fellow owner of this watch, Fergfour. I have just looked up on WUS and I purchased this watch July/August 2009 ! So nine years. Wow.
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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Hen展 View Post
    Nice to meet a fellow owner of this watch, Fergfour. I have just looked up on WUS and I purchased this watch July/August 2009 ! So nine years. Wow.
    Tempus fugit !
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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by harald-hans View Post
    Hmmm - the Astron do only have GPS and so you have to change the DST manual !!!

    The Oceanus - for example the OCW-G2000 - has not only MultiBand6, it also has the GPS AND the Bluetooth connection via APP to your Smartphone - why Bluetooth ?

    For example - if there is any change in a time zone in the future you will receive an update via the APP - this would never will work with ONLY GPS !!!

    I think this made a great difference - for me it was the reason to sell all my Seiko Astron愀 ...

    Indeed, the high-end Oceanus models, like G1100, G1200, G2000 models have a three-way sync, while Astrons have only GPS. Other Oceanuses (or Oceani) have only MB6 or MB6+BT. Point is that the 3-way syncing Oceanuses start at 200,000 yen, while you can get an Astron world time for much less. Granted, some more complicated Astrons commend exorbitant prices.

    I didn't mean to imply that either one is better, because they're amazing watches, anyone would be happy to own either of them.
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