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made the mistake of once falling asleep with the budgie on my wrist - end result below...
strangely, he's never dented any of my others - just this one which was my first.
i propose casio employ a budgie to test each new model.
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Not sure what a budgie is, but it looks like your 003 suffers from resin rot. You could try to super glue the missing piece back on, but be careful that the rest of your bezel doesn't crumble. Once a piece like that breaks off, it's usually not long until the whole thing crumbles.
 

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To borrow from one of my favorite movies:

Well, that's no ordinary budgerigar. That's the most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered budgie you ever set eyes on.

Look, that bird's got a vicious streak a mile wide, it's a killer! He's got huge, sharp... he can leap about... look at the bones!
 

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This should do the job :)

 

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Right! One... two... five!
 

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Sir Bedevere: "How do you know so much about swallows?"

King Aurthur: "Well, you have to know these things when you're a king, you know"
 

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Sorry about your watch, but I agree they should hire a bird to tough test some watches. I work with some of the larger psittacines (hookbills) and no doubt they could destroy a G shock in minutes.
 
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