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Some time before Christmas I picked up this Casio MD502 diver as a non worker for a fiver. Finally got round to fixing it. Freeing up the jammed bezel, putting the hands back on, fitting the correct battery and attaching a rather nice (and cheap ;)) rubber dive strap, has left me with another quite attractive watch. :cool: (it's about the same size as a mid-size 4205 Seiko diver)



 

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well you can not go wrong with a watch like this...great work
 

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nice work, definitely different to the run of the mill seiko pub watches...... no offence meant. When does it date from?
 

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nice work, definitely different to the run of the mill seiko pub watches...... no offence meant. When does it date from?
Apparently about 1990 and while nothing special it has a very nice solid, heavy stainless case, very like the Seiko 4205 mid size watch, and very bright even lume.
 

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How can you say "nothing special", you took a non worker and turned it into a functional piece...... that deserves respect. As a complete watch novice, I'm in awe of people who repair/modify watches.
 
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