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may i ask how you know that? i see no casio on it, and i am not sure which model that should be?
Its a copy of a DW9052 as above. The killer detail is the 'seconds bar' in yhe middle shows 2 of the fields highlighted. Only 1 at a time is highlighted on my original.

The 'shoulders' seem to be missing even though the lugs are there.

It looks like a badly coloured, badly finished fakey makey.
 

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Its a copy of a DW9052 as above. The killer detail is the 'seconds bar' in yhe middle shows 2 of the fields highlighted. Only 1 at a time is highlighted on my original.

The 'shoulders' seem to be missing even though the lugs are there.

It looks like a badly coloured, badly finished fakey makey.
Let alone complete absence of the word Casio on the module dial ;-)
 

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Let alone complete absence of the word Casio on the module dial ;-)
Yes, I think the lack of "Casio" printed anywhere on a watch is the easiest to spot sign of a fake. There's a lot of them that don't have this on them (I think for legal reasons). It's probably a lot hard to convict someone in court with a unique trademarked name like that. "G-Shock" is probably trademarked too, but not exclusively I think (lots of fakes don't have that text either though).
 
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