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    Re: GPW : "T H E B E A S T" THREAD OF AWESOMENESS - Title says it all.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aydrian View Post
    Hi,
    You got the replacement bracelet for the watch? I been looking but to no avail. Can point me in the correct direction as to where to buy?

    Go to PacParts and search for this number: 91087153865.
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    Re: GPW : "T H E B E A S T" THREAD OF AWESOMENESS - Title says it all.

    Quote Originally Posted by VigilantRaven View Post

    Go to PacParts and search for this number: 91087153865.
    Thanks a million Bro!

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    Re: GPW : "T H E B E A S T" THREAD OF AWESOMENESS - Title says it all.

    Quote Originally Posted by Olyeller68 View Post
    Now it's perfect!

    Got the composite braclet for my beast.

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    Much more comfortable now, don't know if I'll ever take it off!
    AGGGHHHH!!!!!!

    I didn't want to do it, I wanted to tell myself that the CF band is kewl, but ARGH!

    Was it hard to swap the bands? I'm guessing it's just 2 hex wrenches, a twist, and it's out? Or is there some special trick/tools needed?

    Too late! I ordered it! I thought I'd like having the option of tightening or loosening the band depending on my sleeves, but I'm betting the combi-bracelet will allow me to find the "just right" size in between the hole 5 and hole 6 I use on the band.

    Seriously, I love the combi-bracelet on my 5600BC, and I totally wanted the next watch to have the same deal. I got this for christmas, and instantly started lusting after the FC versions I was seeing online for a bit more. This way I can have the best of both worlds, and still keep the christmas present I got from my wife!

    Just dug around, got my (2) 2 mm hex wrenches handy and ready to go. Bring it on!
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    Re: GPW : "T H E B E A S T" THREAD OF AWESOMENESS - Title says it all.

    I hope they come out with some more interesting colors.
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    Re: GPW : "T H E B E A S T" THREAD OF AWESOMENESS - Title says it all.

    Quote Originally Posted by Phreddo View Post
    AGGGHHHH!!!!!!

    I didn't want to do it, I wanted to tell myself that the CF band is kewl, but ARGH!

    Was it hard to swap the bands? I'm guessing it's just 2 hex wrenches, a twist, and it's out? Or is there some special trick/tools needed?

    Too late! I ordered it! I thought I'd like having the option of tightening or loosening the band depending on my sleeves, but I'm betting the combi-bracelet will allow me to find the "just right" size in between the hole 5 and hole 6 I use on the band.

    Seriously, I love the combi-bracelet on my 5600BC, and I totally wanted the next watch to have the same deal. I got this for christmas, and instantly started lusting after the FC versions I was seeing online for a bit more. This way I can have the best of both worlds, and still keep the christmas present I got from my wife!

    Just dug around, got my (2) 2 mm hex wrenches handy and ready to go. Bring it on!
    LOL, youra "wisnut" alright !

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    Re: GPW : "T H E B E A S T" THREAD OF AWESOMENESS - Title says it all.

    "They call it Mello Yelo"!



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    Re: GPW : "T H E B E A S T" THREAD OF AWESOMENESS - Title says it all.

    Quote Originally Posted by Phreddo View Post
    AGGGHHHH!!!!!!

    I didn't want to do it, I wanted to tell myself that the CF band is kewl, but ARGH!

    Was it hard to swap the bands? I'm guessing it's just 2 hex wrenches, a twist, and it's out? Or is there some special trick/tools needed?

    Too late! I ordered it! I thought I'd like having the option of tightening or loosening the band depending on my sleeves, but I'm betting the combi-bracelet will allow me to find the "just right" size in between the hole 5 and hole 6 I use on the band.

    Seriously, I love the combi-bracelet on my 5600BC, and I totally wanted the next watch to have the same deal. I got this for christmas, and instantly started lusting after the FC versions I was seeing online for a bit more. This way I can have the best of both worlds, and still keep the christmas present I got from my wife!

    Just dug around, got my (2) 2 mm hex wrenches handy and ready to go. Bring it on!
    No special tools needed just the two hex keys. Once you have the screws out you'll see a metal tube that they went through. Push that out and the strap will come off, put the braclet in place, push the tube through, put the screws back in, and enjoy your Beast with it's new composite braclet!
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    Re: GPW : "T H E B E A S T" THREAD OF AWESOMENESS - Title says it all.

    I also got my GPW RAF

    But i have one question about the Zulu function (B button).

    How does this work?

    Because when i press the Zulu button (or B button in the manuel) the seccond hand points to (no, between 10 and 11 o clock or next to the G-Shock text on the watch)?
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    Re: GPW : "T H E B E A S T" THREAD OF AWESOMENESS - Title says it all.

    Quote Originally Posted by Adam020 View Post
    I also got my GPW RAF

    But i have one question about the Zulu function (B button).

    How does this work?

    Because when i press the Zulu button (or B button in the manuel) the seccond hand points to (no, between 10 and 11 o clock or next to the G-Shock text on the watch)?
    I am just starting to understand this watch as I just got it as well. When you press the B button once it will show if you got a GPS lock that day and will say yes or no. Hold B down for a bit and it will go to Time (this syncs time with one satellite). If you hold it down longer it will go to T+P which is Time and Position (syncs with at least 3 satellites and gets time and location). I'm still a little fuzzy on this myself, but I think that is close.

    It takes a little bit to understand this watch that's for sure. The manual is kind of confusing. It goes over syncing so many times and seems redundant. Hard to find good answers in the manual.
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    Re: GPW : "T H E B E A S T" THREAD OF AWESOMENESS - Title says it all.

    Thanks Phantasm for the reply.

    yes its confusing...i will do the T+P mode tomorrow morning (because you only can operate this mode at 06:00hrs till 08:00hrs....right?). But if that works...then you will see the "Zulu" time?
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