Cool.How many of these were released?I can't find second one on the web.
Casio has issued a few collaborations with Honda. The first was the DW-5000 Honda. Just a few of these were produced probably just for the team itself and never issued for sale.
If one of these came up for sale it would fetch a fortune.
I have never seen or heard of a DW-5200 Honda before and if it is genuine and not a clever fake, they were probably issued on a similar basis to the 5000.
I am sure you know that DW-5200 sold for over $3000 on Yahoo.
Hello, Mitch, the auction is really hard for me ...
I have asked the seller but got nothing useful from him.So you actually are the one who bought it.
You really must post some pictures of it when you receive it. This is a previously unknown G Shock as far as I am aware, never heard, read or seen any pictures of it.
Have you managed to find any information on it?
Well it may certainly well be a real DW-5200, it is the crystal and Honda graphics I would be worried about. We know about the DW-5000 Honda and only a handful of those were ever made, the last one surfaced a decade ago and sold for over $4000.To my untrained eye it certainly looks to be the real deal, just no info anywhere I can find.
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If all we're going on is the caseback then maybe it's not a 5200. Either way unless you can get verification from Casio or somewhere else it's a mystery.
I never thought about the crystal being fake! I guess the OP's photos of the screwback will help a lot.It is quite possible to fake the crystal and graphics. About three years ago someone put loads of fake DW-5200 crystals up for sale online with slightly different graphics.