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    Problems with case rotting

    Has anyone experienced problems with the outer case rotting on their G? The fact that Casio sells replacements for the outer case would indicate that it is some kind of problem.
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    Re: Problems with case rotting

    Please play somewhere else, thank you.
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    Re: Problems with case rotting

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    Please play somewhere else, thank you.
    Sorry, I didn't realize until recently that this forum was a playground for some posters.
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    Re: Problems with case rotting

    you the same guy who complained about the evil resin? What did resin ever do to you? It's a peaceful material. It only wants to coexist and live in harmony with all the other materials. You know, resin matters.
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    Re: Problems with case rotting

    Sorry, but aren't you the person with "Shock" in their name who posted recently about not liking G Shocks???

    I suggest that if you can't be a genuine member of this forum then disappear!

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    Re: Problems with case rotting

    You can buy replacements for just about any gshock part. That doesn't indicate there's some sort of problem. The outer bezel can be susceptible to damage, scratches, tears, etc depending on how tough you are with your G. Having the option to replace it keeps it looking new.
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    Re: Problems with case rotting

    You got a better chance of crotch rot, then you do of ever experiencing resin rot, unless you like very old underwear/resin. Whatever your fetish
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    Re: Problems with case rotting

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    Re: Problems with case rotting

    So many childish people in one forum. And it's pretty clear that some of you weren't even AWARE that the cases were soft resin.

    I guess you have to dig deep through the muck to get useful info here.
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    Re: Problems with case rotting

    Quote Originally Posted by ShockMister View Post
    So many childish people in one forum. And it's pretty clear that some of you weren't even AWARE that the cases were soft resin.

    I guess you have to dig deep through the muck to get useful info here.
    Yes, you have to dig deep, as some here have several watches, some from many dates of manufacture (Watches Probably older than you are). They have also probably changed many resin cases, and customized their watches just for fun, but yeah.....they wouldn't have the foggiest idea about "soft resin"
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