Originally Posted by 11je12je: http://www.ebay.de/itm/VINTAGE-CASIO-LCD-ALARM-CHRONO-LITHIUM-BAT-WATER-50M-RARE-WATCH-/171180399605?pt=UK_Jewelery_Watches_Watches_MensWatches_GL&hash=item27db259bf5 GBP 175, Why indeed. I think it's not worth more than 50 pounds, imho.
Originally Posted by engecampos: Another ad clueless : http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VINTAGE-CASIO-W-700-LCD-WATCH-WATER-100M-RESIST-RARE-/121204428225?pt=Wristwatches&hash=item1c3858cdc1 the date: 6-85 ???????????? I bought something similar for about $30.
Originally Posted by 11je12je: And look at the extra import charges It's true Erik, besides the excessive price of the watch, still have the import charges. Surely the seller will not pay for these costs...
Originally Posted by Seiko Collector: Originally Posted by engecampos: Another ad clueless : http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VINTAGE-CASIO-W-700-LCD-WATCH-WATER-100M-RESIST-RARE-/121204428225?pt=Wristwatches&hash=item1c3858cdc1 the date: 6-85 ???????????? I bought something similar for about $30. Yes Seiko Collector ! I have one W-700 too. It was of Erik . It is in mint condition . And did not cost half the value of this ebay seller. Some sellers on ebay are out of reality, right?
This is one of the "lottery chance" sellers. They put up an auction with a ridiculous price and some wacky claim of ultra rarity, in hope that some wealthy person with tons of money and little time will spot it, want it, and just buy. This does happen. I have seen really stupid auctions go for ridiculously high prices on rather semi-rare and not highly collectible items. I guess if you're making thousands of dollars per day, the time spent searching for something affordable is far less cost...
Until today it was impossible to go to the PCS-forum at home. Thanks to Seiko Collector I'm back home. It was neccesary to download Google Chrome "Zeer omslachtig, onhandig en gebruikersonvriendelijk!"
This watch was not mint. It has scratches. I hope they removed the old batteries on time.... This is the third one from May 1978 as NOS for sale. It looks like they sold bad as too expensive or too complicated.
Hi Carl, Sorry for the late reply, I am just back from vacation I will consider selling it, but you should be aware it is far from mint condition, I will try to take a better picture of it. As you already can see, the bracelet is not original, it is from a Casio. It also seems to use excessive Power: I replaced the battery With a new one in April, now it is empty again. Could have been a bad battery, but worth mentioning. I will get back to you on this, Sincerely Jarl
Thanks Guys, much appreciated, if a little embarrassed. Postie bought two very nice packages. Not presents but they arrived on the right day. An original NOS with tag AL-180 and a very nice with original band W-350. See them both soon in the library. Adam
Hello Seiko Collector! Look, only the LCD will be difficult to find. You will find the LCD along with the entire module. I think the best option would you expect to appear on ebay some seller selling some DW-5200 or DW-5400 (both use the module 240). Expect some of these appear very cheap, that is without bezel, bracelet, screws, glass scratched, but that the module and LCD are perfect, ok? I believe this is the best option. It may be that some friend's here in PCS forum has some module 240...
It feels like you guys are trying to establish that there's a difference between a quartz watch and a digital watch. I don't think the LCD watch was available in the 60's (heck, wasn't the LED watch from the early 70's?), but I'm not really an authority on this. I would say that there's is no way the LCD watch was available before an LED watch, but that's about as far as I go.
Please be patient, maybe Gamewatchguy can help out, but he first has to visit the forum and see this topic or you could try to contact him with "dialog". I must say that i think this is a rather rare watch so it will be hard to get the correct manual.
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