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I had joined the old forum as Seikojem and when I came over here I changed my log in name to Casiojem to reflect the fact I now have more Casio watches than I do Seiko.
Here are most of them...apologies for some pretty poor photo's in this bunch; I just grabbed em for this post - The Super Illuminator went off to TheNeilo a few weeks back back but the pics are most of the collection as it is now.

I used to have a notion that only auto/mechanical watches were 'authentic' and I think I looked down on quartz but I must admit that maybe I was a bit of a snob but I am fully converted to the 'bang for buck' philosophy of the Casio and I find them to be unbelievably great watches and just downright good fun!

Almost all of these have been 'pocket money' purchases and apart from the Pro-Trek at £90 I have never paid too much for any of them....in some cases less than the price of a pint of beer. (oh the Overland was about £90 too from Japan and I love it but it is a real bugger to set)


Last shot of all is a pic of some tea eggs I made in homage to Taiwan's 7-11 stores after my visit last year...no reason to include it in this post but just felt like it!

By the way, I am looking out to find a Illuminator Ana-Digi chrono AD1320 with the cream/light green dial and will be posting up a WTB soon but in the mean time if anyone knows where I might find ne I would be grateful.

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Jem

edit- just remembered the 'Aviator' was about £70 and the Riseman I got in a Trade
























 

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You have some very cool Casio there - I particularly love the Moonphase and the two divers on the middle and right of that shot...that is such a great line up.
I tracked a couple of those diver models through ebay (maybe it was Jose at Watchcooking?) but they went too high for me at the time- I will keep my eye out for one though...good addition to anyones collection!
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Jem
 

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Very Nice :-\

Here's mine..............
 

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Nice group!
What is that Blue one at the bottom? Does it have Waveceptor on it? I like that one a lot
 

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That is a remarkable line up of CASIO's! Thanks for posting them, I saw a couple I had not seen before. ;)


Casiojem said:
I had joined the old forum as Seikojem and when I came over here I changed my log in name to Casiojem to reflect the fact I now have more Casio watches than I do Seiko.
Here are most of them...apologies for some pretty poor photo's in this bunch; I just grabbed em for this post - The Super Illuminator went off to TheNeilo a few weeks back back but the pics are most of the collection as it is now. .........
 

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Man I have to say That I'm loving this new resurgence of Casio discussions. Its really nice to feel like a complete Noob again. Thanks for all the wonderful Casios, especially red2hand's 3 big ones. They look like land mines. Great stuff.
 

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This was the picture posted on the old forum by someone about 2 years ago that got me started on my Casio Divers Collection.




Cheers,
Jeremiah
 

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Casios are kewl. Personally, I'm not a big fan of the all-digital G-Shocks, but I can understand the attraction. Here are some pix of my Casios.

My first Casio.





My only G.



Last, but not least, the AMW320s.







 

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8) collection Jem,im very impressed with what you have.The tea eggs actually looked like a dessert i eat at the Indian Restaurant called gulab jamoons.
Oh by the way the Casio Illuminator is fine and working great,its definately my night vision watch. ;) TheNeilo.
 

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Nice watches, all!!!! With posts like these you guys are going to make me start purchasing more Casios. My only one at present is my old G-Shock.

andy b.
 
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