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Thread: We LOVE our G.. but show us some of your fav ALMOST G.. =D

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    We LOVE our G.. but show us some of your fav ALMOST G.. =D

    Well, casio make great watches... and some of these affordables are as solid and almost as great as G..
    so show them some love =)

    here're some of mine..

    the Classic DW-290..
    the exact features of the legendary DW5600e.. 200M WR, mineral crystal, EL backlight and a very solid and dependable almost G.
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    SGW100... a poorman protrek =)
    a solid and very cool non G with LARGE DIGITS, 200M WR, Worldtime and multialarm, muteable,mineral crystal, digital COMPAS, thermometre and many more.. love it.
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    WS220... awesome sportswatch.. solar powered, superb stopwatch and multi timer.. 100 splits and memory function.. so great and very comfy.
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    AE1000... best featured $16 casio.. very solid worldtime and multi alarm and superbly versatile and show time in all mode due to the ada digi display.
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    show us yours please guys.. =)
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    AE200 with aviator touch:

    AE-1200 world time travellers dream:


    DW-290 just because:

    Basic Solar (hardened) HDDs100:

    10 years ana-digi (hardened) HDC-600

    Solar ana-dig (hardened) AD-S800WH:

    W-726 basic digital:

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    Here you go.
    SGW-100

    SGW-200

    AE-2000 on adapters

    DW-290 on fabric Velcro strap

    PRG-270

    AE-1300-8

    DB-E30

    WS-220 and AE-1200

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    Well, most of what I wanted to show is already in this thread .
    AE-1000/1200, DW-290, W-S220.
    One to add would be the AQ-S810 - worn by my son in this pic:


    Cheers, Sedi

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    My favorite almost G.
    AQS810W-1A2


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    I liked DRO-204
    Dro 1.jpg

    and SGW-100
    SGW 03.jpg

    by my favorite one is W-740
    W740 07.jpg

    Cheers, Piowa

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    MDV-102:







    MDV-106:










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    The venerable DW-290, already noted in this thread and elsewhere:






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    W-735H, the poor man's GD-350. Like the DW-290, it works very well on ZULU and NATO straps.






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    STW-1000, perhaps my most reliable atomic watch day in and day out. It was also my running watch prior to my migration to Garmin GPS and HRM watches. (The W-S220 has largely the same features at a fraction of the cost without the atomic feature and the super bright back light.)




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