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    Titanium 5600 series?

    Do you think Casio will release a Titanium 5600 series watch?

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    Re: Titanium 5600 series?

    I would love for a standard model to come out with titanium caseback or limited edition all titanium screwback. I believe the recent GW-S5600 has titanium caseback.

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    Re: Titanium 5600 series?

    Quote Originally Posted by WorldTime643 View Post
    I would love for a standard model to come out with titanium caseback or limited edition all titanium screwback. I believe the recent GW-S5600 has titanium caseback.
    If I followed the thread right and by my own observations the caseback is certainly titanium and the buttons and buckle appear the same, although I couldn't begin to guess the purpose of titanium buttons if that's what they are.

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    Re: Titanium 5600 series?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Monocle View Post
    If I followed the thread right and by my own observations the caseback is certainly titanium and the buttons and buckle appear the same, although I couldn't begin to guess the purpose of titanium buttons if that's what they are.
    Well, titanium has better corrosion resistance than stainless steel.
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    Re: Titanium 5600 series?

    Quote Originally Posted by WorldTime643 View Post
    I would love for a standard model to come out with titanium caseback or limited edition all titanium screwback. I believe the recent GW-S5600 has titanium caseback.
    yes and buttons too

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    Re: Titanium 5600 series?

    Got my eye on that carbon fiber version. VERY Sweet !! -Ronbo

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    Re: Titanium 5600 series?

    I am longing for an all titanium version with screwback and solar.

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    Re: Titanium 5600 series?

    Quote Originally Posted by sgtslice View Post
    Well, titanium has better corrosion resistance than stainless steel.

    Not to mention weight-saving, as titanium's density is only half of steel (or stainless steel, for that matter).

    Do remember that Casio wanted to make the GW-S5600 the lightest G ever, hence the use of titanium for the buttons, caseback and buckle.

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