Vintage 1992 CASIO G-Shock DW-5900c Japan
This isn't the reissue version, but does have the reissue bezel as the original cracked and fell apart.
The big differences between the original and the reissue is the firstly the original doesn't use a backlight, but it makes up for it with the quirks. The tree sub-dials have a different format. The first dial shows the time in analog format, the middle dial shows the modes and alarms, and the third dial shows the counting seconds. They also perform an animation which I've tried to capture in one of the photos. This is also a Made in Japan G-Shock and you can also tell that it's vintage from the font used on the back case on 'G-SHOCK'
The bezel isn't original just to add again, so the button alignment is off.
The strap is original CASIO but not vintage, while the buckle is original.
The general condition is really good, with hardly no marks on the crystal.
All digits are present and alarm tones work nice a crisp.
Time with seconds
Day, date, month, year
Any questions please don't hesitate to ask
Thanks for passing
The DW-5900 was originally launched in 1992 and is also known as the “3-Eyed” and the “Walter” (as John Goodman’s character wore it in “The Big Lebowski”). It was the first G-Shock with the three-eye LCD design that would make its way onto the iconic, it was the G-Shock that made it a worldwide success