“Time is an illusion.” ― Albert Einstein
looks like a cannibalized G-2000
Casio G-Shock GW-M5610-1BJF
Casio G-Shock GW-M5610-1
Casio G-Shock GW-M5610B-1
The "C" in Casio on the back plate looks crooked, and almost like an "O". And... 50m WR? For a G-shock?! LOL
Another funny thing is that the case back still says 20Bar, while the front is 50m. Someone don't know physics.
First thing.....the back is legit. Looks like the back of a G-2000 screwed onto another model G.
Type "Casio G-2000" into Google
Last edited by yankeexpress; December 11th, 2014 at 04:03.
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Here is why:
based on my experience, a fake g-2000 has no module number in the back case - so the case might be real ??? - the bezel-screws are not "original" as the originals look like the ones in your regular G, but a little thicker - if you have a screw back G, you'd know what I am talking about
i have popped out the glass of my G-2000 to get out the dial/face to install a 5600e module, so I don't know if this "g" carries a different casio module or a crappy one
so I am 50/50 whether this is a skeleton or a fake G-2000
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looks like a cobbled together franken G from someones spare parts bin. didnt have the screws to fit the band so prob pulled the flathead ones from a toy or something. tho i bet half the ppl here would still be like "...but its screwback" lol :p
Franken-G that is. Band, bezel, and case were likely original parts from a G2000-1. The LCD / module was likely from a DW-9300 Raysman, check out the old post and the video below both by long time WUS members. A lot of similarity to the picture in Post 1. Check out the alarm mode in the video.
The light color face plate with all the writing on it was either fabricated or modified from a light color G-2000.
Topic for this thread could be a little more appropriate and informative. Just my 2 cents for this fake thread.
Last edited by pocky; December 11th, 2014 at 10:51.
There's a watch in my pocket and it's hands are broken, the face is blank but the gears are turnin'.
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