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    Quote Originally Posted by jrpippen View Post
    BADASS!! yes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitfield View Post
    The Rangie is the kind of watch I would have killed for when I was a little kid (well, littler than I am now, anyway). It's got every function going and it looks absolutely badass.
    This!

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    Well I had a change or mine when this came up today - http://forum.tz-uk.com/showthread.ph...R-Aviator-SOLD


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    Quote Originally Posted by Essexman View Post
    Well I had a change or mine when this came up today - http://forum.tz-uk.com/showthread.ph...R-Aviator-SOLD


    Very nice Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyr View Post
    Very nice Mark
    Cheers Matey

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    Monday choice :-)



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    Mine, well worn but going strong.


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    Rangeman on Wednesday

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    Nice, really like that colour!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitfield View Post
    The Rangie is the kind of watch I would have killed for when I was a little kid (well, littler than I am now, anyway). It's got every function going and it looks absolutely badass.
    Yes, it's like a horological Johnny Seven


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    Quote Originally Posted by Essexman View Post
    Nice, really like that colour!
    Thank you Essexman :-)

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    Friday Froggy

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    Here's a bang up to date pic of mine, been wearing it virtually every day since I bought it a couple of years ago, absolutely bomb proof fantastic thing it is.


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    New G shock arrived this week after buying from the sales corner.

    G shock with compass+Paracord bracelet, now I'm ready for the great outdoors!


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    Not a good picture I'm afraid, but my favourite G...




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  18. #218
    Quote Originally Posted by AlistairD View Post
    Not a good picture I'm afraid, but my favourite G...




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    I have one of those on the bracelet. And agree it's brilliant. To be honest I don't think that model photographs well, in the flesh they are really excellent and very comfy - plus good lume, the backlight, great functions and easy to read 😀

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    Congrats Essexman on your new G :-) :-)



    GWFT 1030E-9 on Saturday morning. Great weekend gents

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    Finally managed to track one down:


    Now onto the next chase......

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinstink View Post
    Finally managed to track one down:
    This I like!

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    I love mine!


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    Yes I will do :-) Thanks for the welcome. Very kind SeanST150 :-)


    Quote Originally Posted by deepsea_dweller View Post
    deepsea_dweller - you have some absolutely stunning Frogman models!
    These are my favourite ones.
    Where can I get one of these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrennie44 View Post
    deepsea_dweller - you have some absolutely stunning Frogman models!
    These are my favourite ones.
    Where can I get one of these?
    Thanks a lot and very kind chrisrennie44 :-) The first GWFT 1030A and the second Frogman GWF 1000BS I got directly from Japan trough a friend. Especially the GWF T1030A is very difficult to get ( limited to 300 only worldwide ) The red GWF 1000RD4 is here from Hong Kong. Drop me a PM if you need more infos. I'm happy to help :-) Have a great weekend :-)

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    GWF 1000BP-1jf

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    This on the wrist today.


  35. #235

    Show your G-Shocks

    My two last G-Shock purchases!

    The vintage Casio Seaman (NOS)



    The Atomic Rangeman


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    Looking for a classic model.

    Thought I'd post this question for all you GShock experts, looking to purchase a classic square shaped 56xx series but am totally confused as there's so many models.
    I would like the normal display, not negative type and to be able to fit a bracelet in future.Years ago I seem to remember the 5600, is solar and atomic the way to go now?
    Thanks.

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    been on the lookout for one of these for ages, finally got one

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    Quote Originally Posted by barryw View Post
    Thought I'd post this question for all you GShock experts, looking to purchase a classic square shaped 56xx series but am totally confused as there's so many models.
    I would like the normal display, not negative type and to be able to fit a bracelet in future.Years ago I seem to remember the 5600, is solar and atomic the way to go now?
    Thanks.
    You want a gwm 5610 - solar atomic 'normal' display - and you can easily fit the composite bracelet. All round the best everyday model - slim and discrete but tough and doesn't lack any feature you're likely to want.

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    Thanks RobDad

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    Quote Originally Posted by deepsea_dweller View Post
    Thanks a lot and very kind chrisrennie44 :-) The first GWFT 1030A and the second Frogman GWF 1000BS I got directly from Japan trough a friend. Especially the GWF T1030A is very difficult to get ( limited to 300 only worldwide ) The red GWF 1000RD4 is here from Hong Kong. Drop me a PM if you need more infos. I'm happy to help :-) Have a great weekend :-)
    Very kind of you Sir, and much appreciated.

    PM has been sent for you!


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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrennie44 View Post
    Very kind of you Sir, and much appreciated.

    PM has been sent for you!

    Got it :-)

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    GWF 1000G



    Hong Kong Island and nature just 15 min apart ( 28.3.15 )

    Great Sunday gents

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    Just got this....

    Well summer is just round the corner!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by barryw View Post
    Thought I'd post this question for all you GShock experts, looking to purchase a classic square shaped 56xx series but am totally confused as there's so many models.
    I would like the normal display, not negative type and to be able to fit a bracelet in future.Years ago I seem to remember the 5600, is solar and atomic the way to go now?
    Thanks.
    Last place you would think to look for a 5600 - http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Produc...uctInformation

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    ^^^Thanks^^^

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    Another Muddy for Tuesday:-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrennie44 View Post
    My two last G-Shock purchases!

    The vintage Casio Seaman (NOS)



    The Atomic Rangeman

    Overlooked it Chris. Huge congrats on your 2 new arrivals. Getting the vintage Seaman NOS is simply awesome. Pretty rare bird and the pristine condition is the icing on the cake. Ranger an excellent choice as well. Old meets new. Well done :-)

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    Trying to fix a photo bug on Tapatalk - here's my frog!uploadfromtaptalk1427794813880.jpg

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    Show your G-Shocks

    Just received my new Frogman today! Love it.

    Many thanks to Tom (deepsea_dweller) for all his help and advice on the Frog front! Thanks mate!

    Here's my new arrival!










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