Is this the oldest module in a new Casio?

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    Is this the oldest module in a new Casio?

    Hallo all,

    i recently bought a brand new LDF-40 calculator watch which is new in the german Casio lineup.
    What im curious about is, if this is the most vintage module in a new watch.
    The module number is 437.
    Since the modules are numbered by development date the 437 module is older then the first 5600c module 691.
    The oldest new G, the 6600, is using module number 11XX!

    So is anyone aware of an older module in a current Casio?
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    thanks for sharing that wrist shot. that watch is bonkers!

    interesting question, by the way. let's see what others think.
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    Re: Is this the oldest module in a new Casio?

    Interesting idea. I suppose for a watch that simple, there may not be much need for anything fancier, so it could be.
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    Re: Is this the oldest module in a new Casio?

    i have no idea whether this module is the oldest in casio, but i have seen it at the movie 'Yes Man' recently. A funny movie!
    all i want is the thing i've got.

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    Re: Is this the oldest module in a new Casio?

    Cool looking calc model. They've been using the 437 for a while. You can also still find analog models with modules numbered in the 300's.

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    Re: Is this the oldest module in a new Casio?

    Quote Originally Posted by d2mac View Post
    Hallo all,

    i recently bought a brand new LDF-40 calculator watch which is new in the german Casio lineup.
    What im curious about is, if this is the most vintage module in a new watch.
    The module number is 437.
    Since the modules are numbered by development date the 437 module is older then the first 5600c module 691.
    The oldest new G, the 6600, is using module number 11XX!

    So is anyone aware of an older module in a current Casio?
    The oldest module is like QW02 from Model: QW02-23S....launch 1/1/1976 ....

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    Re: Is this the oldest module in a new Casio?

    Quote Originally Posted by stonesix View Post
    The oldest module is like QW02 from Model: QW02-23S....launch 1/1/1976 ....
    Maybe thats the mother of all Casio modules!
    But i think its not in production anymore.

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