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But for Breakwater, why are these gaskets standard sizes? I'm just asking because if they are, that'd be even cooler because original parts price isn't the problem...it's the shipping cost or the ebay premium.
Screwback models utilise circle-shaped gaskets which are widely available in different sizes, while most newer backplate models have a model specific shape that absulutely demands original casio parts. So a watchmaker should already have a fitting gasket at hand without the need to wait for Casio to supply one.

So yeah, have someone else experienced do it for right now...
Yep. Although I've had the caseback contact of my MR-G bent badly by a professional watchmaker who charged me 12 Euros for the service. So I'm now rather going to do it myself than letting some "professional" do it.
 
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