Masami Nagasawa in a magazine wearing the pink DW-6900FS-4JF.I have always looked out from time to time for this model. Just a few weeks ago a well known seller from Hong Kong had this model for sale on eBay. Hardly worn in box! I have bought several other G-Shocks from this seller (like the Rail Star Hikari model featured here recently), so I asked him if it was possible to to hold the watch as I was going to pay later. He would hold the watch for me for week or so.
A PostPet plush toy with a Postpet DVD included. English subtitles episodes can be found on Mognet.The main character post pets are Momo, a tropical pink teddy bear and Komomo (also written Comomo), a peach (light shade of pink) teddybear. Also many other pets appear around them. These virtual postmen did stayed not only in the mail program. Recently a game for the Nintendo DS was developed.
Original G-Shock and Baby-G set. Photo taken from a Yahoo Japan Auction.At the same date Casio also released a matching pink Baby-G. This model got the model number BGT-110DMO-4ATJR. This suffix matches with the watch as 4 stands for red, pink or orange.
Artwork for DVD by TR853-1 a.k.a. TraseUno.I still owe him one :-)The watch itself has the same color as the DW-6900FS. It is a lighter shade of pink than the DW-6900CC-4 Crazy Colors . A new watch comes with a PostPet price tag. Mine doesn’t have the price tag. A bit a pity, but if the customs got it, I would have been charged tax for the full ¥16000 (currently €142 - $177).
Somehow I think this model is better for women, so I asked a student that normally wears a lot of pink (though not today). She didn't want to be recognized on the photo, so I blurred the face. I first tried a black bar over her eyes, but Bram was watching over my shoulder and asked: Has she stolen something?"