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    Casio GA2100 Modification idea

    Just watched a video on YouTube on the above watch.
    He showed a teardown and something interesting popped up.
    The hour markers are on a removable ring that is only held down by two small pieces of double sided tape.

    If I can find a spare, I might try and airbrush the markers so they are slightly more visible (same colour as the hand lume) or maybe actually lume the flat portions?

    What do you guys think?

    P.S. I didn't pull my awesome prize watch apart, the pic is a cropped still from this video ...
    https://youtu.be/RpJ8AheReSc

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    Might even lume the Grey bit on the day hand.

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    I think it's a great idea. Would definitely help with legibility.

    Ive torn down G's to the parts held on with similar double sided tape. They arent too difficult to put back right.

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    well worth a punt maybe always nice to personalised a G, I do it all the time so won't hurt none to try
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