Casio calculator watches refresh their colors

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If you still hanker for the convenience of wrist calculating but hanker for in-season colors, Casio has just refreshed their decidedly retro-line of calculator watches. All cost $59 a piece, except the black, which Apple MacBook style costs more than its colored (and, I think, swanker) companions: the black is $69. I like the yellow and green.

Casio Databank gets new colors [SlipperyBrick]

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11 Responses to Casio calculator watches refresh their colors

  1. therevengor says:

    No copy and paste? Fail.

  2. Not a Doktor says:

    It’s nice to see LCD watch screens coming in colors other than cyborg’s pustule.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I like how the black one is set three years in the past, while the others are set five years in the future… Incidentally, June 30th 2005 is a Thursday, and June 30th 2013 is a Sunday…

  4. zikman says:

    ah, what the deuce man. I *just* bought one of these off amazon. although mine is of the CA53W-1 variety… and it only cost me like $15

    whatever, at least I can say I got mine before they became cool again

  5. Marcel says:

    If this realy hits off, we might be witnessing the advent of the movement called Casiopunk.

    Got my MT-40 chief!

  6. Rob Beschizza says:

    I Hanker.

  7. pork musket says:

    Nasty.

  8. spazzm says:

    I likez.

  9. monstrinho_do_biscoito says:

    i have the original casio tv control watch. i’ve been waiting years for it to become retro cool

  10. Anonymous says:

    Adding bright colors to something this UGLY just makes it LOUDLY UGLY…

  11. devophill says:

    Casiopunk? Hell, I was in a casiopunk band more’n 10 years ago… hey, I’m ahead of the curve!

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