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    Understanding Casio watch's measurements H x W x D

    I looked at Casio's website. For each watch, the website gives its measurements in H x W x D.

    I understand what D is. Can someone explain to me what H and W are?

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    Re: Understanding Casio watch's measurements H x W x D

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    Re: Understanding Casio watch's measurements H x W x D

    Height x Width x Depth

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    Re: Understanding Casio watch's measurements H x W x D

    But....but.....some resin has real stiff strap sticking out.

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    Re: Understanding Casio watch's measurements H x W x D

    Thanks to everybody!

    I really know what H and W stand for in English.

    I still don't know how to apply it to a Casio watch.

    Does W stand for the measurement from the left side to the right-side including the crown?

    What is H for? How does Casio measure H?

    Cheers!
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    I have tried measuring my gshocks then comparing it with the dimensions I found from casios website, well I guess.. D is the thickness of the watch, W is the measurements from left edge to the right edge of the bezel, H is from, hmm imagine the watch without the resin bands, then measure the watch from top to bottom edge, measuring it on the center of the watch.





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    H = lug to lug

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    Re: Understanding Casio watch's measurements H x W x D

    Quote Originally Posted by biskwit View Post
    I have tried measuring my gshocks then comparing it with the dimensions I found from casios website, well I guess.. D is the thickness of the watch, W is the measurements from left edge to the right edge of the bezel, H is from, hmm imagine the watch without the resin bands, then measure the watch from top to bottom edge, measuring it on the center of the watch.





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    That explains everything!

    Very interesting. Casio provides H while many other brands don't. Cannot figure out it why.


    Thanks!!!!!!!!!!
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    Re: Understanding Casio watch's measurements H x W x D

    Quote Originally Posted by tomd1107 View Post
    H = lug to lug
    Thank you!

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    Re: Understanding Casio watch's measurements H x W x D

    Quote Originally Posted by tomd1107 View Post
    H = lug to lug
    No, lug to lug = 16mm on most G-SHOCKS, and Height is measurement for watch without strap, from bottom to top.
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