Yes, but the cost! Everyone on this forum has made me afraid of the negative Rangeman display.Great fun! Easy swap.
I went one step further and swapped out the modules, It was a little difficult but really not that bad, all you need is good eyes and good tweezers.
I did it because I didn't like the red words and red eye with the green resin.
I agree, the best looking GW-9400 I have seen to date and truly a shame Casio didn't release that combo in the first place. However, I'm pretty sure as time goes by we will see tons of more Rangeman variations, I have a feeling this model will be around a long time.Wow - now that is awesome! If they had made it like that from the factory I'd have bought the green one without a doubt!
As long as you carefully place the caseback, make sure the gasket sits in its groove and gently tighten the screws crosswise, no. It is actually not different from a battery change but caution is recommended that no dust and/or fingerprints will settle between the crystal and the module, so a clean workstation and rubber gloves are very helpful.When someone does a a module swap like this, does it effect water resistance at all?