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    New incorporation Casio F-91WM 9-AEF

    Hello friends, well, I wanted to introduce you, my new Casio F-91W, the truth is that I am more of Casio Vintage models, and not of these new series, but the truth is that I have taken a big surprise with this model.
    The first thing is the lcd screen, which is a yellow tone to match the case, the strap looks more rough than normal models, and the LED lighting seems as if it had improved, it seems that there is much better visibility, The box is made of resin, but it is not as painted by layers, it is all of the same tone, that is if you scratch the box over time, the black color of the current boxes will not be discovered internally, the module is the same 593 classic, and for this model has a cost of about 10 euros more or less than the classic F-91W, very happy and you can not ask for more to what we already know about this model.

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    Journeyman
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    Wonderful. And sort of indestructible, which is always nice. The thing I miss most about digital quartz is how care free you can be when you're wearing it. Might have to pick one up for myself for old times sake

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    Iíve had a few over the years, ideal for sports/activities, DIY, mending cars, swimming, wrestling with the dog......theyíre dirt cheap, ultra reliable, batteries last for years. I still own one and use it for the aforementioned activities, when it breaks Iíll bin it and buy another.

    A design classic?.........definitely, but I still think they look a bit naff in the wrong setting. When Iíve finished doing the stuff this watch is good for I always enjoy putting a Ďproperí watch back on!

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    What other vintage Casios do you have? I am a bit of a collector of them myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caruso View Post
    What other vintage Casios do you have? I am a bit of a collector of them myself.
    Especially I collect F-91w, from the different countries that were manufactured, to the Japanese.

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    Interesting to note you are in Spain as the first thought I had seeing this is that when we were in Marbella recently this model seemed to be everywhere. Kept commenting to the missus how many people I noticed wearing gold F91s. Seem to be hugely popular over there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tetlee View Post
    Interesting to note you are in Spain as the first thought I had seeing this is that when we were in Marbella recently this model seemed to be everywhere. Kept commenting to the missus how many people I noticed wearing gold F91s. Seem to be hugely popular over there.
    I don't think this model, surely it is the. A158 metal, they wear it a lot especially girls, this model is similar, but I usually set a lot like you have not seen any, anyway it is one of the watches you can find anywhere in the world.

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    Like the pics real vintage look


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    Quote Originally Posted by UMBROSUS View Post
    Like the pics real vintage look


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    Thanks UMBROSUS It seems as if they had life, when he took them out of the water, they look like black worms.:presumido:

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