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  1. #101
    Great weekend ladies and gentlemen


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    Great Sunday fellas :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by deepsea_dweller View Post


    Great Sunday fellas :-)
    Love that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by barryw View Post
    Love that!
    Thank you barryw :-)

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    New to G-Shocks. Not sure if I'll be a complete 'convert', but am really liking my new GW-5000


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    Loving this thread.

  9. #109
    Today's choice :-)


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    GWF 1000BP


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    Quote Originally Posted by deepsea_dweller View Post
    GWF 1000BP

    I just love all these frogs!! I need one!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrpippen View Post
    I just love all these frogs!! I need one!!
    Im saving for this one

  13. #113
    Quote Originally Posted by jrpippen View Post
    I just love all these frogs!! I need one!!
    Yes same here :-) The whole range is magnificent. Thanks a lot.

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    Im saving for this one
    That's something very very very special. The most expensive Frogman. Tell us when you're ready :-)

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    I saw that on fleabay. Not even a phot of the dial!! And 30k!!! How much would It have been new?

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    then the one on yahoo auctions is a bargain at 7.5k!!
    http://page5.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/e152666493

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    Just these two

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    This is my latest after a fair few....


    ...others include




  19. #119

    Show your G-Shocks

    Very nice @Mcb2007 and @RogertheDodger. My sweet & sour choice on Saturday :-)



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    And the Froggy party continues :-) GWFT 1030-9



    Great Sunday gents

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    Stussy Bape Frogman


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    Bought from a fellow tz member a few week ago
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  24. #124
    Does that mudman have an amazing led double backlight where the whole dial including the white area lights up like a torch? - very cool!
    I've been wearing my frogman all weekend and sadly it has to be the most uncomfortable watch in the history if the world, which is a bit annoying. Either too loose or too tight - it's been put away until the summer, it doesn't mix well with jumper or coat cuffs!

  25. #125
    Quote Originally Posted by RobDad View Post
    Does that mudman have an amazing led double backlight where the whole dial including the white area lights up like a torch? - very cool!
    I've been wearing my frogman all weekend and sadly it has to be the most uncomfortable watch in the history if the world, which is a bit annoying. Either too loose or too tight - it's been put away until the summer, it doesn't mix well with jumper or coat cuffs!
    Pass the Frogman to me, ill give it a good home!

  26. #126
    That's the trouble. I do really like the frogman (and it was a bargain) - as a gadget to look at it's great, and I have large enough wrists etc so it looks acceptable on the wrist - but if I'm brutally honest I don't find it any more functional (in fact in real life probably less functional) than a dw-5600. Alarm is feeble, all a bit men. But it does look cool!

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    Must admit I keep looking at the frogman but carnt make my mind to buy one or not

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobDad View Post
    Does that mudman have an amazing led double backlight where the whole dial including the white area lights up like a torch? - very cool!
    I've been wearing my frogman all weekend and sadly it has to be the most uncomfortable watch in the history if the world, which is a bit annoying. Either too loose or too tight - it's been put away until the summer, it doesn't mix well with jumper or coat cuffs!
    Yep that the one both the back light and the White light up

  29. #129
    Quote Originally Posted by vinstink View Post
    Pass the Frogman to me, ill give it a good home!
    :-) ;-) :-)

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    Show your G-Shocks

    Navy Frogman

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    Quote Originally Posted by deepsea_dweller View Post
    Nice!!!

  32. #132
    Thank you kempoman :-)

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    These froggys are awesome!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobDad View Post
    That's the trouble. I do really like the frogman (and it was a bargain) - as a gadget to look at it's great, and I have large enough wrists etc so it looks acceptable on the wrist - but if I'm brutally honest I don't find it any more functional (in fact in real life probably less functional) than a dw-5600. Alarm is feeble, all a bit men. But it does look cool!
    I've always liked Froggies but they're just too large for me. I remember when the series was updated with the release of the even larger GWF-1000BP-1JF, all the modern functions, an appealing colour and shape. I'd really like one but it would simply look rather silly on my wrist, given these dimensions: (HxWxD) 58.3 x 52.8 x 18.0mm. Still that large size hasn't prevented many small-wristed fanciers going for it.






  35. #135
    Quote Originally Posted by jrpippen View Post
    These froggys are awesome!!
    Thanks :-) :-)

  36. #136
    I thought mine looked a bit large, those look ridiculous!

  37. #137
    Poor mans Frogman for me


  38. #138
    Quote Originally Posted by RobDad View Post
    I thought mine looked a bit large, those look ridiculous!
    Yours looks like a good fit to me.

    I suppose I could use one as a bedside clock...

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    Two for me (though the second arrived an hour ago and will be replacing the first):

    1. GW-M5610-1ER but on the separately bought composite strap that is normally found on the negative display version:



    2. Newly arrived upgrade: MTG-1500B-1A1EF



    Happy!

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    Ranger


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    Quote Originally Posted by deepsea_dweller View Post
    Ranger

    They're getting better and better you have a fantastic collection, that's a great looking G.

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    I used to have a few on display but the thought of the dreaded resin rot used to bug my so most of them have gone now and I'm down to about 12 currently.

  43. #143
    Quote Originally Posted by barryw View Post
    They're getting better and better you have a fantastic collection, that's a great looking G.
    Thanks a lot. Very kind @barryw:-) Glad you guys like it. I'm trying to show them all bit by bit :-) :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by stu65 View Post
    I used to have a few on display but the thought of the dreaded resin rot used to bug my so most of them have gone now and I'm down to about 12 currently.
    Oh wow thats massive. Great collection indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stu65 View Post
    I used to have a few on display but the thought of the dreaded resin rot used to bug my so most of them have gone now and I'm down to about 12 currently.
    [pic]
    Amazing! I don't think I could have faced getting rid of a collection like that.

  46. #146
    Finally got the strap delivered for this:



    And now awaiting the next project:


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    Quote Originally Posted by vinstink View Post
    And now awaiting the next project:

    There's something really icky about that watch and that colour...

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    I quite agree, so due to arrive at the same time are these:



    and



    Which should make a nice


    colour

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    Please replace the Seaman bezel too!

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    Still my favourite one - GW5000


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