This is my first post regarding certain questions that I recieve in the mail, and I will try to do posts like this for interesting questions:
Q: I recieved a question about buying a Casio 5600C on ebay, and if it would be a good choice to buy a certain 5600C on ebay, that already had the bezel screws removed but not inlcuded.
A: The 5600C screws are not very easy to find, but not impossible. The thing that one should actually be more worried about is why the screws are not included, and if the watch is being sold because a bezel screw was broken.
Hi guys, as much as I love great mechanical watches, I also respect and like the older G-Shock models.
Recently I restored an old Casio G-Shock DW-5600C.
The DW-5600C was released around 1987 and was manufactured to 1996.
I recently got my Pebble smart watch, and I want to share a few first impressions of the Pebble.
The Pebble is incredibly light, and even makes plastic G-shocks feel almost heavy.
The included strap is from rather thin rubber, and does not feel very comfortable to me at least. The great thing is that the watch uses 22 mm lugs, so you can use almost any 22 mm strap you can find, to change the look and feel of the watch.
Just stumbled on the webpage for this watch company
They have one model as of now, and that is a diver/pilot hybrid.
Automatic Seagull movement, sapphire crystal, C3 lume, 300 meter water resistance and so on.
Pricing seems to be very moderate at 319 $US.
Interesting design that looks incredibly solid.
More pictures below
The Mutewatch is made by the small Sweedish company Mutewatch.