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    Weird Casios on Amazon UK

    Who am I to judge, really, but it seems to me that some unusual Casios have popped up on Amazon UK.
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    Moderator - Central tribe125's Avatar
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    Casio at its quirky best, bless 'em.

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    OH MY GOD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raza View Post
    OH MY GOD.

    I remember that dog from the 94 World Cup!
    Yeah, God knows why the watches have suddenly turned up on Amazon. I can only imagine someone found a forgotten shipment of Casios somewhere
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    They are interesting, no doubt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokie View Post
    They are interesting, no doubt.
    Can't argue with that, but shipping to the U.S. would make it likely too expensive a proposition.


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