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    $15 Casio as a Dive Watch


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    Hehe, thats also my expirience.
    I used for many years an F-28W as watch for everything including Swimming. :-)

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    Hahaha... what an interesting and amusing reading!! thanks for sharing YE!

    as dorky as i can confess.. i truly enjoy these small, slim, humble but durable casio .. and the article just show how bad-a$$ these low end casio! haha.. =)
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    Its very impressive to see that even casios cheapest have O-rings at all pushers and the backplate.

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    no surprise really had them open and had a play around with them well filled them with oil so don't matter if they do as long as it's not salt water or any liquid that can hold a charge to fry the circuit here's a fun link showing kev doing it lol and me to lol


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