No, the red things are little bits of some sort of rubber-like substance that is supposed to help protect the module from bumps and impacts.Are the red things buttons? If so, why is there one at the bottom?
No. That picture doesn't really show the main watch underneath the bezel. They look like normal watches with the buttons extending a little farther than normal. I created a thread for pictures of these a few weeks back.Can water go past the glass? Is the module water proof? or is it the outer shell? Or both?
In North America, the go-to site is Consumer Electronic Parts and Accessories at PacParts, Inc. -- even if you don't purchase anything their parts database is a great source of information.I have a big nick on my glass
Do you guys have a go to site for replacement parts and resins
Wow thanks for the infoIn North America, the go-to site is Consumer Electronic Parts and Accessories at PacParts, Inc. -- even if you don't purchase anything their parts database is a great source of information.
When using the "search by model number" feature, you'll get the best results if you don't use any punctuation like hyphens in the model numbers. It's generally best to use the "short" version of the model number -- if you look for "GW 6900" it will pull up all of the variations of that model -- if you search for "GW 6900 1" it will only pull up THAT version.
And since you're obviously new to their site: "not in stock, usually ships in 1 to 2 weeks" is the norm there, as is "not in stock, awaiting ETA from manufacturer." The only time to worry is if a part is listed as "DISCONTINUED."
Pacparts is a bit like a typical local garage -- they don't keep one of every single fuel pump, water pump, and radiator from Ford from the last 50 years on the shelf. Gambling that way leads to higher prices because SOMEONE has to pay for those dusty parts from 1980 on their shelf that they may NEVER sell. Instead, they get parts when they need them from NAPA or another parts supplier when they need them, and Pacparts does the same sort of thing with Casio and most other electronics parts they sell.
Sure thing!Wow thanks for the info