Talk:Casio DW-5600E

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regarding water resistance indications[edit]

Changed Water resistance reference from meters to "m" units, according with the following information found in a casio users manual:

  • Water resistance or 3ATM / 30m = accidental splashes
  • 5Atm / 50m = swimming
  • 10ATM/100m & 15ATM/150m & 20ATM/ 200 = swimming, snorkelling water sports

—Preceding unsigned comment added by Angelpeream (talkcontribs) 22:00, 12 August 2007

I haven't changed it but the pressures given indicate that "metres" is correct. -- DatRoot 23:16, 18 November 2007 (UTC)

Article Merge/Rename?[edit]

Should this article be named "Casio 5600 series" instead of "Casio DW-5600E"? Should it be merged with the Casio DW-5600C page? I don't see any reason why the DW-5600C and DW-5600E should have their own pages while the G-5600, GW-5600, GW-M5600, G-5600E and DW-5600 only get a mention, and other models such as DW-5600NS are not mentioned at all. 76.194.212.103 (talk) 19:08, 24 August 2010 (UTC)

Incorrect Information[edit]

There is some incorrect and non-authentic information on this page and other G-shock articles in wikipedia, which can be misleading. Please refer to mygshock[dot]com or watchuseek forums. Information from confirmed watchuseek members is probably authentic. Please see below for he meanings of model numbers:

DW is digital water resist, AW is analog water resist, WW is wide (temperature) water resist, GS or G is G-Shock, GW is G waveceptor (except for non-atomic Frog), GWF is G waveceptor Frogman, MTG is metal twisted G, MRG is majestic reality G, and GL is G-Lide. Source: user Yang1815 at [[1]]

I've made the required changes in the article. -Polytope4d (talk) 07:57, 21 July 2013 (UTC)

Is there a reason why ...[edit]

... there's a list of nine models after the sentence "Four subsequent iterations of this design have been released"? Are the models grouped into four (unidentified) groups or has the number "four" just never been updated when the list has been expanded? --78.43.134.47 (talk) 00:48, 15 November 2013 (UTC)