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    Re: Thougher then a G-Shock?

    I've got a DW-3000, great model - huge, tough and rare but not a G-Shock. The module does not have the rubber casing around it. It's circa 1985 so just after the G's came out. Has my favorite caseback design of any Casio.
    About that seller - he's got a G-Shock case he's advertising as a DW-5000 but it's a 'JAPAN A' case style and the DW-5000 only came in 'B' and 'Y' so be advised if you're planning to bid on it.

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    Re: Thougher then a G-Shock?

    It might not have any actual shock protection, but look at it! It's not going to suffer from shocks-if it hits anything it's not going to stop, it's going to go straight through it.
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    Re: Thougher then a G-Shock?

    Quote Originally Posted by David S View Post
    It might not have any actual shock protection, but look at it! It's not going to suffer from shocks-if it hits anything it's not going to stop, it's going to go straight through it.
    HEHE!

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    Re: Thougher then a G-Shock?

    The 1970's Timex's are pretty tough.

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