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WRUW - Friday 1st May 2020


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Casio GW-3500B-1AER G-Shock Aviator/Gravity Master (depending on which site you look at). This was my last work beater before retiring. Like a lot of other Casio models, this one was made in several different hand colour combos.

Casio gravity defier

Casio GW-3500B G Shock Aviator.

Lume.

Casio GW-3500B G Shock Aviator lume

Some of the other colours available. (not mine)

Casio G-Shock GW 3500 | カシオgショック, 腕時計, コックピット Live Photos] G-Shock GW-3500B-2AJF     gw-3500b-1a2jf_g-shock | Wrist Watch Spot  New person here needs a recommendation on a G-Shock

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Casio GW-3500B-1AER G-Shock Aviator/Gravity Master (depending on which site you look at). This was my last work beater before retiring. Like a lot of other Casio models, this one was made in several different hand colour combos.

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Lume.

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Some of the other colours available. (not mine)

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I have this in black and orange. Doesn’t have MB6 unlike the other versions as mine was Asian market only (from Pakistan).

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Morning,

Today this Rosières, a brand first registered by the Allemann family in Welschenrohr (German for Rosières), Switzerland in the 1890s, apparently as successors of F E Rosskopf who then continued separately in Geneva. Some of these Rosières watches were also imported into the US by Chase Watch Corp, with the movements of those examples being signed accordingly.

This one probably dates from around the late 1940s and runs on a 17j Felsa 690 auto.

Regards.

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Rosieres Felsa 690 2019 v.2.jpg

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