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Thread: CASIO's AE-series > map-watches< (AE-1200, AE-1000, AE-1100 and the new AE-2100)

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    Cool CASIO's AE-series > map-watches< (AE-1200, AE-1000, AE-1100 and the new AE-2100)

    Hey guys,

    I am sure you know all these models from Casio.

    But I like these models very much. Great display design with this tiny map.

    I own the AE-1200WHB-3B. I think I need one more.

    Show your AE version in this thread !









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    Here my World Map Casios that im using doing international travel.
    They are robust, usefull with 4 time zones in the main timekeeping mode and no customs office guy will ask about it!






    Dont forget the A-500WE sibling in a smaller case!


    And one oldie, the ABX-59:
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    Nice collection d2mac.

    I dont have one anymore but I have been looking at the new ae-2100.

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    Thank you.

    Those are good collection items since the 10 years battery make them low-maintenance!

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    Nice collection d2mac.

    I dont have one anymore but I have been looking at the new ae-2100.

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    Great, thanks for posting !
    Regards Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by d2mac View Post
    Here my World Map Casios that im using doing international travel.
    They are robust, usefull with 4 time zones in the main timekeeping mode and no customs office guy will ask about it!


    Dont forget the A-500WE sibling in a smaller case!

    Yes, another one with a map.
    But more dressy...
    Regards Phil

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    Here is my AE-1200.

    Cool tiny one...



    Regards Phil

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    Here's mine.. it is AE1000... like Greg, the new version with the stainless bezel, mineral glass and 200M WR but maintaining the same display seem very interesting..
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    I have actually more of those than I thought . Two AE-1000, one AE-1100 and one AE-1200. I like the 1200 best. Sadly they lack a snooze alarm. I'd be wearing them much more often if they had one. Actually this is also a deal breaker for all the new expensive high-end ana-digis, so I'm not in danger of spending too much money .

    Cheers, Sedi

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