quote:Thanks for your messages, I'm pretty sure it will work even 40 years more ahaha!I'll do some pics when I'll get the wrist band. For now I use it as an alarm clock to wake up in the morning!I'm sorry for your watch problems engecampos, but glad that you found one that works now I checked this forum for a while but didn't find any info with the name DW-240 except that it's a 690 module.So it's similar to a DW-210? (I'm not really a watch nerd, just a bit curious)It seems it's not really a popular watch...I think this one was around 40$ in the 90's but I was also wondering how much my watch would cost nowaday...Anyway, I've been to Tokyo once, needed a watch, and I bought another Casio in Akihabara for around 10 $ thinking about having something similar to this one. I think it was a more recent one cause it had the Illuminator lights and it was less complex module I guess.I'm pretty sure it's possible to get any vintage watches over there. Next time I'll go to Japan I'll check if I can find something interesting!
I'm French and I found a Casio DW-240 in my old stuff too about 1 month ago.
I just went to a Casio retailer and what a surprise : they had an official Casio band for this watch!
I read that they stopped producing this watch in 1990 and that was a great surprise to find that band and making this piece of my personnal history rebirth.
Excuse my English
Here's how it looks!
I forgot to mention when I found my watch, the battery was still working! Ten years later, it's amazing...