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Heroic Student P
post Apr 18 2022, 06:19 PM

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QUOTE(Fighteden @ Feb 14 2020, 12:11 PM)
It is a treatment for most tough solar model, which will have fogging due to the gap between glass and solar panel. It is a Casio design flaw that has been going on for years.

It's a permanent fix that makes your foggy tough solar Gs looks crystal clear again.

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Has anyone done the optical glue treatment on their own? I was bit skeptical when the person doing the OGT business charged Rm150+ for a simple glue job
Heroic Student P
post Apr 19 2022, 12:22 PM

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QUOTE(Fighteden @ Apr 19 2022, 01:05 AM)
if you have the cheaper tough solar models like GX56, GW9400, G9300, GW5600, GW6900, GW9200, GW8900 and etc, then you will notice the difference after a few years wearing it.
Especially negative display models.
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Nice i have an ok condition G9300 with fog. I want to do it myself actually cuz I have experienced swapping the glass on my dw6900 and watched youtube tutorials too.
Im trying to replicate this guy's video titled: TUTORIAL : Cleaning Fogging G-SHOCK GW9300 MUDMAN - Bongkar total sampai tuntas!!! ( i don't know how to verify links yet)


Its no permanent fix , but i guess this will work for the time being. The OGT may have used a specialized glue that is not available in the market perhaps? That's why he charged a lot for that.

OGT is patented so there's no way to know the secret glue they use ... cry.gif


 

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