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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyp View Post
    Nice! How's the green comparing to the others?
    No 1 Yellow
    No 2 Gold
    No 3 Green



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    I don't think I've posted my Rangeman before...


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    Merry Christmas Lads! Off to New York tomorrow. Perhaps a G will come home with me!

    Have a great day tomorrow.

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    Yellow one :)


    Men In Sunrise Purple GWF-1000SR-4JF & 30th Anniversary Lighting Yellow Titanium Frogman GWF-T1030E-9JR

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    Terrible photo but got this for Xmas. 1st G-shock and loving it. Had intended it to be just for diy, gardening and the like but been wearing it pretty much constantly.

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    In Maceys New York, lots of great watches, no one serving and no prices on any thing. :-( :/(

    Nice collection though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrpippen View Post


    In Maceys New York, lots of great watches, no one serving and no prices on any thing. :-( :/(

    Nice collection though!


    Great shot. Some serious G action there! Any purchases made - despite a lack of prices and staff (surely still much cheaper than UK?)

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    Show your G-Shocks

    I'm afraid I didn't find out. :-(

    Will try harder today, but the g shock store is the wrong end of town for where we are. :-(


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    Quote Originally Posted by jrpippen View Post
    I'm afraid I didn't find out. :-(

    Will try harder today.

    Enjoy your trip, and remember we all appreciate a few G photos around here
    Hope that you have a few purchases ahead of you

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    Show your G-Shocks



    Total fail on shopping for watches in New York! Sorry lads. Rubbish.

    Had a great time though.
    Last edited by jrpippen; 31st December 2015 at 13:47.

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    I was wearing my frogman when I took this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrpippen View Post
    Total fail on shopping for watches in New York! Sorry lads. Rubbish.

    Had a great time though.
    How was the pizza?


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    Show your G-Shocks

    Actually it was stunning, I Reccommend Rays Pizza if anyone is going to town. It's a real US diner style pizza but superb! (And not crazy money as many are!)


    Good question!


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    GW5000


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    Quite like this, no doubt too big for me and fair chunk of cash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrpippen View Post


    I was wearing my frogman when I took this!

    Lol, that's a classic Jon!

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    My G's in 2015

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    Happy New Year fellow G-Shock fans

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    Quote Originally Posted by deepsea_dweller View Post


    My G's in 2015
    Looks like
    3 Mudmasters
    5 Rangeman
    3 Frogman

    Impressive Mr Bond!

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    Awesome!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deepsea_dweller View Post


    My G's in 2015
    Amazing collection!

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewcregan View Post
    Looks like
    3 Mudmasters
    5 Rangeman
    3 Frogman

    Impressive Mr Bond!
    Quote Originally Posted by jrpippen View Post
    Awesome!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Centurion View Post
    Amazing collection!
    Thank you very much :) :) and yes well spotted Andrew. Wish you all a great 2016 and a great weekend :)

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    This is a serious question guys, but are you all very big blokes to be able to carry off the new ana digi mudman - or more specifically to wear a watch that size comfortably? - I'm genuinely interested as I tried on a new mudman the other day and it was absolutely massive. Massive in a 'makes a 44mm Panerai Luminor look tiny' way. I have a gwf1000 frog and whilst it fits it is not at all comfy to wear unless I wear it loose. I have no idea on my wrist size, but I'm quite a bit taller and heavier than average and for example wear a sub with all the links in, a U1 with 1 link removed, I just fond these mahoosive watches a bit odd (and even though I'm in my 40's I like a bit of t shirt and jeans with trainers/sneakers whatever so they aren't alien to me) - but because I can't really wear them for more than a day before getting irritated I can't get my coat off over one, I would never collect a large number. So are you all massive or average with massive wrists, or do you live in hot places where it is t shirts 24/7?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobDad View Post
    This is a serious question guys, but are you all very big blokes to be able to carry off the new ana digi mudman - or more specifically to wear a watch that size comfortably? - I'm genuinely interested as I tried on a new mudman the other day and it was absolutely massive. Massive in a 'makes a 44mm Panerai Luminor look tiny' way. I have a gwf1000 frog and whilst it fits it is not at all comfy to wear unless I wear it loose. I have no idea on my wrist size, but I'm quite a bit taller and heavier than average and for example wear a sub with all the links in, a U1 with 1 link removed, I just fond these mahoosive watches a bit odd (and even though I'm in my 40's I like a bit of t shirt and jeans with trainers/sneakers whatever so they aren't alien to me) - but because I can't really wear them for more than a day before getting irritated I can't get my coat off over one, I would never collect a large number. So are you all massive or average with massive wrists, or do you live in hot places where it is t shirts 24/7?!?
    I think a lot of G-Shocks look okay if a bit oversized and most wear smaller than they are. I had a Rangeman and that was big and as much as I love the new Mudmaster and really want one I don't think I would be able to pull it off on my wrist (6.75").

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    I think G shock models certainly wear very differently to each other. I've currently got a GWM?3500 which is quite comfy on the bracelet - and wears almost small! I've had a riseman which was very comfortable also, a GX56 that was wearable but I found just too thick - and the gwf1000 frogman which has the stiffest most plasticky strap of any watch I've owned - and, whilst it looks great, is horrible to wear unless worn loose like a bracelet (or more like a bangle due to the stiffness of the strap). In comparison a dw6900 wears so comfortably I forget it is there. I think it has as much to do with the general design as opposed to the size? Some of their larger watches on paper wear smaller and more comfy and vice versa?

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    I think you are referring to the Mudmaster Rob, and not the Mudman - two very different looking watches.
    My collection does not include a Mudmaster, so I cannot comment on its size.
    Some of the specs give sizes that sound big, but they really don't look or feel that big on the wrist. Obviously most people who post on here think G-Shocks look great.
    Give a second hand one a try, and you will lose hardly any money if you feel you must flip it?!

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    I agree with you on the Frogman Rob.
    To me one of the best looking G's. I must have owned 5, but flipped them all promptly.
    Personal favourites of mine are the Mudman (not Mudmaster) and Rangeman.
    Tried loads of GX-56s, but was only happy when I moved up to the GXW-56.

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    Last edited by S.L; 3rd January 2016 at 04:36.

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    Show your G-Shocks


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    Show your G-Shocks

    My fave in 2015 :)

    Last edited by deepsea_dweller; 5th January 2016 at 03:01.

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    I should FINALLY get my Burton today - combination of me and the neighbours being away. Will try and get pics up, but light is absolutely shocking at the moment...

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyp View Post
    I should FINALLY get my Burton today - combination of me and the neighbours being away. Will try and get pics up, but light is absolutely shocking at the moment...

    Fantastic news Will be great to have another Burton grace these pages - looking forward to the photos.

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    Two more G's bought - one off SC, and the other not.
    Photos to appear once they are delivered

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobDad View Post
    This is a serious question guys, but are you all very big blokes to be able to carry off the new ana digi mudman - or more specifically to wear a watch that size comfortably? - I'm genuinely interested as I tried on a new mudman the other day and it was absolutely massive. Massive in a 'makes a 44mm Panerai Luminor look tiny' way. I have a gwf1000 frog and whilst it fits it is not at all comfy to wear unless I wear it loose. I have no idea on my wrist size, but I'm quite a bit taller and heavier than average and for example wear a sub with all the links in, a U1 with 1 link removed, I just fond these mahoosive watches a bit odd (and even though I'm in my 40's I like a bit of t shirt and jeans with trainers/sneakers whatever so they aren't alien to me) - but because I can't really wear them for more than a day before getting irritated I can't get my coat off over one, I would never collect a large number. So are you all massive or average with massive wrists, or do you live in hot places where it is t shirts 24/7?!?
    The Mudmaster has fixed lugs which turn down almost at right angle. It may therefore not sit well on a massive wrist.
    I am happy about how it looks on my puny 6.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by deepsea_dweller View Post

    Waiting to see your Burton in the snow

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewcregan View Post
    Waiting to see your Burton in the snow
    That's not possible - leave that to you guys in Europe :)

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    GWF 1000G

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    Weekend delight :)



    GWF 1000bp

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    New arrival, a Pepsi Gulfmaster




    The colours are more true on the second photo.

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