Absolutely normal, unfortunately, I can’t replicate it on mine at the moment, as its, pis.... sorry, raining fairly heavily here. You may even notice the numerals twinkling in bright sunlight.
Like this?I got this watch as my first G-Shock. When on holiday with it, 5 days away with this as my only watch. I had no doubt in choosing this model - loved everything about it.
I tried my best to like it, but in the end the negative display just is too dim and low contrast for my eyes. After looking at the full range, I realise that there is a gap in the line-up, Positive display, BT, Solar, Band 6, bracelet. Aggrrgh! So annoying. After a few more days, I caved in and got the gold model, and swapped the watch modules over:
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Gold module in HR shell and bracelet:
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HR Module in Gold shell:
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So, not perfect, as although the pre release photos show the gold version with a grey display, it is in fact very green / gold.
Such a shame there is not a grey positive display version of this model - it would be just about perfect.
A lot of the newer Gs ship this way. You can download the full manual online: https://support.casio.com/en/manual/manualsearch.php?cid=009&MODULE=3461Awkward question, but is there supposed to be a full operation guide for module 3641 in the box. Just bought one and there was only a quick reference sheet along with the usual warranty and FCC leaflet and the other small papers. Cheers.
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Yep, it's right in this very thread had you bothered to read it. https://www.watchuseek.com/f17/blac...series-4874629-post49258961.html#post49258961has anyone turned the 5600HR from a negative display into a positive display? any pics of it?