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Download Casio G-Shock instruction manuals by model and module number in PDF format. Recent models also have HTML web instructions. For older models not listed and for other Casio timepiece manuals, visit support.casio.com to search by module number. (The module number is found on the case back of the watch. It is the number that has a rectangular outline around it.)




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About Us: G-Central is an independent fan site covering the latest G-Shock watches and news, including regional and worldwide releases, limited editions, collaborations, events, and more. G-Central is not affiliated with Casio and does not speak or act on behalf of Casio. G-Shock is a registered trademark of Casio Computer Co., Ltd. Visit the official G-Shock site at gshock.casio.com.


The Toyota GR engine family is a gasoline, open-deck, piston V6 engine series. The GR series has a 60 die-cast aluminium block and aluminium DOHC cylinder heads. This engine series also features 4 valves per cylinder, forged steel connecting rods and crankshaft, one-piece cast camshafts, a timing chain,[1] and a cast aluminium lower intake manifold. Some variants use multi-port fuel injection, some have D4 direct injection, and others have a combination of direct injection and multi-port fuel injection or D4-S.


Solving the intriguing riddle posed by the marks stamped onto a piece of jewelry involves the use of a variety of skills and a wealth of knowledge. At its most basic, we can usually easily identify the type of jewelry i.e. ring, necklace, bracelet, etc. without any specialized knowledge. However, labeling a piece as having originated during a particular era requires an understanding of the style, design attributes, materials available, gemstones and their cutting techniques, manufacturing techniques and a basic knowledge of world politics, events and influences during the time in question. To take the investigation to the final step of identifying the maker, the country of origin and the circa date of manufacturing requires a more specialized type of jewelry detective work involving all of the aforementioned skills, access to a wealth of research materials and a touch of tenacity.


Secondly, while you may not be able to pin down an exact date of manufacture, by identifying the style of the piece the time period of the search can be narrowed down considerably. Observe whether the piece is Georgian, Victorian, Art Deco, Retro, etc. Using available reference materials such as jewelry history books and the internet or by consulting an expert appraiser, antique or estate jewelry dealer or auction house you can focus further investigations on a much narrower time period.


Finally, who made the piece and where are often the most frustrating questions to be answered. Once marks have been located and the piece has been established to be fine jewelry (not costume,) and the questions of what and when have been answered, reference materials can be targeted for researching the marks.


All the details, regardless how small, must be observed and noted in order for a complete analysis to take place. Hallmarks can be composed of pictures, letters, numbers and shapes, alone or in combination. It is important to note the direction that the hallmark faces and its position relative to other hallmarks present on the piece. Is there a frame, shape or cartouche surrounding the image? The presence or absence of this outline can provide information about the fineness, date stamped, weight, and assay office. Combinations of hallmarks can indicate mixed metals on a piece and their position relative to each other can indicate the proportion of each metal present. Other combinations can indicate import and export and which countries are involved. Hallmark designs evolve over time. Sometimes these changes are very subtle and observing such nuances can be critical in pinpointing the time the stamp was placed on the item, other changes can be dramatic resulting in an entirely different mark.


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Hallmark WizardBlogClaim Form Blog How much is rose gold worth per gram?A common misconception is that rose gold is more valuable than yellow or white gold. However, its colour is altered by the other metals the gold is alloyed with. The amount of gold contained in a piece of rose gold is exactly the same for a comparative piece of yellow or white gold of the same purity.


Typically, the dose of xylitol needed to cause poisoning is at least 0.05 grams per pound of body weight (0.1 grams per kilogram of body weight). Chewing gum and breath mints contain 0.22-1.0 gram of xylitol per piece of gum or per mint. Thus, to achieve a potentially toxic dose, a 10-pound dog would only have to eat one piece of gum.


In 1970, Citizen launched the very first titanium wrist watch called the X-8 Cosmotron Chronometer. Today, Citizen uses what it calls Super Titanium, a titanium alloy coated with a proprietary hardening agent that increases the hardness of the metal to five times that of stainless steel. Super Titanium is used for the entire case and bracelet and the dial has been designed to embody the Armor theme with a shield-like aesthetic. The Promaster Super Titanium Armor is moderately sized at 41mm and actually wears slightly smaller than that; it's an everyday wearer that exudes some of the 1970s vintage characteristics as well as modern technology, the latter courtesy of its Eco-Drive movement.


Titanium is highly resistant to the elements, making it an excellent choice for general watch construction, but specifically its use for submersible watches takes full advantage of its properties. Like many brands that offer a titanium dive watch, the TAG Heuer Aquaracer's embrace of titanium is put to good use not only as a practical matter but from a design standpoint as well. The 43mm case is matte bead blasted and that look carries on to the well-appointed titanium bracelet and the rugged look pairs well with the green dial and green ceramic bezel insert. Readability should not be an issue with the large dial indices and lume filled hands.


One of the most interesting and exciting titanium watches to be released over the past handful of years has to be the Bulgari Octo Finissimo. Much like the Zenith Defy, it has been a breath of fresh air in a saturated luxury sports watch market. The stepped, octagonal case design is unlike anything else available and the 5.15mm thin profile is equally as impressive. Inside the Octo Finissimo is powered by the razor thin, self-winding BVL 128 Finissimo which is finished to the highest order. Matte finishes dominate the case, bracelet and dial for a distinct, uniform design. The Octo Finissimo can be picked up on either an integrated bracelet or an alligator strap and buckle combo.


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Xylitol is a low-calorie artificial sweetener that is highly toxic to dogs and is found in many brands of chewing gum. While not all sugar-free gum contains Xylitol, there's no way of knowing whether your dog ate a piece of gum off the street.


In general, about 0.05 grams of xylitol per pound of body weight is required to cause poisoning in dogs. Each piece of chewing gum contains about 0.22-1.0 grams of xylitol! This means that a single piece of gum could poison a 10-pound dog.


However, it's important to keep in mind that dogs eating gum, especially large pieces, can cause intestinal blockage. If your dog exhibits any of the following signs of an intestinal blockage, contact your veterinarian right away.


Furuno was born and bred in the commercial market. We proudly design, engineer and produce products that are meant to take a beating from the harshest marine environments and still operate reliably every time. We use solid, commercial-grade components, so you can have the confidence that your Furuno will work when you need it the most. And if you need service on a piece of equipment, Furuno is there... worldwide, waiting to serve you. Plus in most cases, we can even service a piece of Furuno you've had on your vessel for 20 years. Real tools for real jobs... Furuno!


When it comes to safety on the water, no other piece of electronic equipment on your bridge is as important as your Radar. For more than 30 years, Furuno Radars have consistently won the prestigious NMEA (National Marine Electronics Association) award for Best Radar. And nobody has a selection of Radars as vast as Furuno. We have Radars for every class of vessel, from tug boats to trawlers and container ships to aircraft carriers, you can find your Radar solution here. Furuno's Radar technology is the benchmark for the industry and we are continually bringing new features and functions to our units to make your job easier.


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