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    A old G-Shock

    This Friday I traveled with my students.
    When I got in the small train, I saw an old G-Shock.
    I like that feeling. I hope you like it, too.


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    Re: A old G-Shock

    It is a Casio, but do not think it is a G. Once mansrow awakes, I'm sure he will BAMMM! with the model number.

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    Re: A old G-Shock

    I think that it is a G-Shock without the shield..

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    Re: A old G-Shock

    By far the most advanced instrument on the dashboard!
    Looks like a 5600C.

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    Re: A old G-Shock

    It has the "Shock Resist" logo below the display. I agree it's a G. I assume a -C, but I don't know my older models that well. You can tell the bezel is missing by the protrusion of the screws between the band and watch body.

    Great action shot.

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    Hi Carl,

    That's a great shot. It seems to be a DW-5600C. Did you tell him you still can get a new bezel and straps for it

    Cheers,

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    Re: A old G-Shock

    That is a sweet picture! I hope my watches are around long enough to look like that, and so I can award them with some strange spot to hang out and keep time.

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    Re: A old G-Shock

    Quote Originally Posted by WhtShadow View Post
    It is a Casio, but do not think it is a G. Once mansrow awakes, I'm sure he will BAMMM! with the model number.
    BAMMMMMM !!!!!!

    .......wat is going on !!!!!! im probably sleep posting.
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    Re: A old G-Shock

    Reminds me of a lot of cars that I have been in where a G is used as the cars onboard clock, as the factory clock had died awhile back.

    The only time I've ever had a watch on my dashboard was to charge a new titanium ecoZilla. Took only a few hours in the bright Hawaii sun for a full charge.

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    Re: A old G-Shock

    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors View Post
    Hi Carl,

    That's a great shot. It seems to be a DW-5600C. Did you tell him you still can get a new bezel and straps for it

    Cheers,

    Sjors
    Now here is a question about this...Do straps and bezels exist until the last production circle of the corresponding model or there is production for spare parts some years after the last watch?

    DW-5600 is a classic line, but i'm mostly worried about Masters Of G because it seems that they change every few years and strap designs change too..Will I be able to find a g-9100-3v green strap after 5-6 years or should i buy 1-2 items now just in case? I've bought one spare strap for my Nike watch but it seems that nike straps are a lot cheaper compared to Casio...

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