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I came across my old Casio digital watch the other day. I’m I’m my forties and hadn’t worn it since I was about 9 of 10 (I think). Anyway, I thought I would splash out on a new battery and to my surprise.......


IT LIVES.



The clasp is a bit bent and it won’t shut so I think I’ll get a new one or a nato.
My youngest son has already claimed it but it’s a bit too small for my wrist. Even going for a retro look.
I can’t believe it worked after all these years.
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I came across my old Casio digital watch the other day. I’m I’m my forties and hadn’t worn it since I was about 9 of 10 (I think). Anyway, I thought I would splash out on a new battery and to my surprise.......


IT LIVES.


I can’t believe it worked after all these years.
Well... it is a Casio...
 

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Casio in some language means immortal I guess :)
 

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Casio in some language means immortal I guess :)
Hmmmm... i think a few days with my son will surely test its immortality

I'll warn him that if he breaks it, I will buy him an Invicta as punishment.
 
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