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Mailman just dropped it off.............got this on a trade(thanks Jeff and WUS)......watch is in excellent condition...............took some comparison shoot with the G-7500........






 

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Great looking Raysman, Brad!! :-!

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It's cool how they attached the inner metal ring to the case itself, and not the bezel. Also, the srews that hold the band(s) on are friggin' cool. They are massive in size, unlike the tiny screws on say on a G-9000 Mudman. Casio should have used them on more of their G-Shocks.. ;-)
 

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@ Kiwidj & Mansrow: this watch is a monster, makes my G-7500 look small:-!

@ Schuey2002: this is a "old school" heavy duty "G"; would be very cool if a new version of the Raysman were produced.
 

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Great catch. wish I could have afforded one :roll: someone just mentioned that he wanted some bigger Gs to make a comback this would make a great re issue :-! :-!
 

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Welcome to the club! Raysmen are my favorite "Master of G" watches from the mid and late 90s. Like others here, I hope Casio does a reissue of these some day --retaining the large size.

Here are a couple of mine:



 

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If they do re-issue this watch, I hope they address the weakly constructed area around the buttons. Mine is starting to tear around one of the buttons.... :-(
 
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