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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by BigDeav477 View Post
    Love the look of that one, I just wish with the watch they have for that type of style they would make them 200 meters water resistant. They just look like they're ready to go diving. I need to purchase a new diver because I'm going snorkeling in the Bahamas this upcoming Christmas. Eyeing a GWM5610.
    Trust me, you would have no issues with 100M WR, I have worn expensive watches snorkeling in the Grand Caymans & Sint Maarten and would recommend the Frogman/G-LIDE GWX-8900-1JF or something that you’re not worried about banging around. I scraped up an expensive clasp years ago just hanging off the boats dive platform that was textured like sandpaper.

    Thank you for the watch compliments!
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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    Fully synced today

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamsie View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BigDeav477 View Post
    Love the look of that one, I just wish with the watch they have for that type of style they would make them 200 meters water resistant. They just look like they're ready to go diving. I need to purchase a new diver because I'm going snorkeling in the Bahamas this upcoming Christmas. Eyeing a GWM5610.
    Trust me, you would have no issues with 100M WR, I have worn expensive watches snorkeling in the Grand Caymans & Sint Maarten and would recommend the Frogman/G-LIDE GWX-8900-1JF or something that you’re not worried about banging around. I scraped up an expensive clasp years ago just hanging off the boats dive platform that was textured like sandpaper.

    Thank you for the watch compliments!
    Thanks for the advice, Frogman is my dream beater watch. The only reason I'm going to get the one I listed earlier is because I found it from somebody for 10 bucks just can't beat that price for Casio multiband 6 watch.
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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by BigDeav477 View Post
    Thanks for the advice, Frogman is my dream beater watch. The only reason I'm going to get the one I listed earlier is because I found it from somebody for 10 bucks just can't beat that price for Casio multiband 6 watch.
    $10 that's a steal...and you won't get robbed or worry about it.


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    Gorgeous! I’m looking for the same exact one but with the black bezel
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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    Am I correct to note that the only difference functionally between the T2600 and T3000 is the Bluetooth?
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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Sibe View Post
    just found out there will be an Oceanus Manta S5000 which is only 9.4 mm thick, picture shows one of the limited Basel World models, OCW-S5000E, found here

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    in the other thread was a link to the specifications

    Attachment 13992093

    Ohhhhh, after looking more closely at this S5000E, I very much like it! The only thing I'm a little unsure about is the size. (and the price, of course!) Seems like the case is just over 42mm in diameter, which is smaller than I like. But......I like everything else about this watch!

    From the press release, this model does not seem to be limited. The other one is limited to 200 pieces. Also of course means a much higher price for the limited version. I actually think I prefer the sliver band and case! And it looks like it has a grey dial - those are typically gorgeous!!

    Dammit Casio, what are you doing to me this year???!!!

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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    Got my first Oceanus one week ago. I could not be happier! It's an OCW-S1000 and it is in great condition. The only drawback is that after initial synching to an atomic clock emulator app it has constantly running 1:40 minutes behind my phone's clock. It is ok, but I was expecting that the atomic precision would not fade away so quick (ie overnight).
    All in all, it is a great purchase and definitely a keeper!


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    Re: The Official Casio Oceanus Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by krloz View Post
    Got my first Oceanus one week ago. I could not be happier! It's an OCW-S1000 and it is in great condition. The only drawback is that after initial synching to an atomic clock emulator app it has constantly running 1:40 minutes behind my phone's clock. It is ok, but I was expecting that the atomic precision would not fade away so quick (ie overnight).
    All in all, it is a great purchase and definitely a keeper!


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    That does not sound correct. The watch needs service by Casio Japan. Even after two weeks since the last sync mine still has the correct time to the second with Time.gov
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