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  • mosswood
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    That is great!

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  • Mike D
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    Thanks, guys - makes it WAY more wearable for me.

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  • Chris
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    I quite like that!

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  • Markkershaw
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    Nice Casio-Oak .

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  • Mike D
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    Came in a nice box with the tools needed to change the case and bracelet. Pretty nice for $80;

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  • Mike D
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    Yes, they have different styles and colors - pretty cool.

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  • James T. Kirkę
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    Yeah, seen those on Ali as well, interesting, but also in all kinds of colored steel and treatments... Certainly something else!

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  • Mike D
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    Originally posted by George W. Olney View Post
    Actually, Mike, I agree with you. Good job!
    Thanks, George - I was even surprised myself.

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  • George W. Olney
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    Actually, Mike, I agree with you. Good job!

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  • Mike D
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    Thanks, JP - it's not something I'd normally go for, but I just could not take the amount of red in the original.

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  • JP(Canada)
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    Now that's something you don't see everyday! Nice job, Mike!

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  • Mike D
    started a topic Casi-oak - less red, more stainless steel.

    Casi-oak - less red, more stainless steel.

    As you know, I got a Casio GShock 2100A for Christmas. It was really red with the plastic strap and all parts red. It was a bit too much, so I researched and saw that there are replacement cases and bracelets for these on ebay. The cases, bezel, and bracelet are copies of an AP Royal Oak watch, but for $80 shipped, I am very happy because it tones down the red and I am very much a bracelet guy.

    The red plastic case and strap comes off and you fit the SS case onto the watch, screw it on, then fit the bracelet.

    Much better, IMO.





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