Strap adaptor for lowly non-G-Shock Casios?
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    Question Strap adaptor for lowly non-G-Shock Casios?

    Hi folks, I recently picked up a DW-5600BBN-1ER and love the flexibility that the included 23mm adaptor gives me for using other 1-piece straps. Have ordered a Yellowdog to try with it!

    I have a couple of older, cheaper Casios which I'd like to be able to stick on 1-piece bands too. Will the G-Shock adaptor fit on watches like the F91 and F108, and if not is there a proprietary or 3rd party adaptor available that will work? I couldn't find anything online.

    (I know I have a G-Shock adaptor to hand and could take it off and try to attach it, but I can see it's gonig to be really fiddly and kinda want to leave that on on the DW5600! )

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    Re: Strap adaptor for lowly non-G-Shock Casios?

    Not sure, but is the watch has 16mm lugs it might work?

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    Re: Strap adaptor for lowly non-G-Shock Casios?

    Quote Originally Posted by rmeron View Post
    Not sure, but is the watch has 16mm lugs it might work?
    I know a while back a few forum members had placed their F91s on Nato/Zulus...………. don't recall details though.

    And after a quick search, here we go.

    This thread might be of help
    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f17/th...w-3147914.html

    and this YouTube Video after a search there.
    Last edited by Spirit of the Watch; 2 Weeks Ago at 05:49.
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