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

    Djfjjy, we are waiting for YOUR pciture. 8-)

    GPW-1000-4A .................................................. ... 11 watches (iJeff, Kawei, JonL, Timesurfer(2), Altan, D1cky986, Superflask, GeSte, Tgdtown, Raff_Christ)

    GPW-1000-RAF .................................................. .. 9 watches (LukeDuke100, Cbrbamby09, Time4playnow, Timesurfer, Showtime240, Spyharpy, D1cky986, Sengyoku, Raff_Christ)

    GPW-1000-1A .................................................. .... 5 watches (Gripmaster, Olyeller68, Timesurfer, Sleeman, GunSmoke16610)

    GPW-1000-2A .................................................. .... 5 watches (Gripmaster, Time4playnow, JonL, D1cky986, Erikm82)

    GPW-1000-1B .................................................. .... 4 watches (Steelinox, Knives and Lint, D1cky986, John_Harrison)


    GPW-1000FC-1A9 ................................................. 1 watch (Time4playnow)

    GPW-1000FC-1A

    Together .................................................. .......... 35 watches


    GGGGPPPPWWWW - Timesurfer, D1cky986 (4 watches)
    GGGPPPWWW - Time4playnow (3 watches)
    GGPPWW - Gripmaster, JonL, Raff_Christ (2 watches)
    GPW - iJeff, Kawei, LukeDuke100, Cbrbamby09, Steelinox, Knives and Lint, Olyeller68, Showtime240, Spyharpy, Altan, John_Harrison, Sleeman, Superflask, Sengyoku, GeSte, Tgdtown, GunSmoke16610, Erikm82 (1 watch)


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    Superimpressive how many of these are already around and how enthousiastic everybody is about the BEAST!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gripmaster View Post
    Superimpressive how many of these are already around and how enthousiastic everybody is about the BEAST!

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    Yeah, totally agree!!

    I must admit, that before I picked one of these up (and had not seen any in person), I was slightly worried about the size given the 56x66mm dimensions I had seen. But once my GPW arrived...well, it was just what I wanted. Yes it's large, no doubt about it, but not "too" large for my tastes. In fact it's just how I like my Gs -- large and impressive looking. They don't get much better than this model, IMO. (for anyone who loves large, analog Gs, and can accept the cost of this one, you owe it to yourself to try one!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Time4Playnow View Post

    I must admit, that before I picked one of these up (and had not seen any in person), I was slightly worried about the size given the 56x66mm dimensions I had seen. But once my GPW arrived...well, it was just what I wanted. Yes it's large, no doubt about it, but not "too" large for my tastes. In fact it's just how I like my Gs -- large and impressive looking. They don't get much better than this model, IMO. (for anyone who loves large, analog Gs, and can accept the cost of this one, you owe it to yourself to try one!)

    Agreed. The only problem I've ever had with a large watch is that it makes me like my smaller watches less. I remember when vade_R first introduced his orange GPW (one of the first on the forum to have one I believe) and he mentioned that it made his GWA1100 feel like a toy in comparison. I have to say, as much as I love my orange GWA1100, I'm afraid I'm beginning to share those sentiments a bit. In my opinion, Casio has really stepped up their analog game with both the introduction of this watch, as well as the Gulfmaster. (I assume the same could be said for the MTG-S1000, though I do not have the privilege of owning one of those yet).
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    Here's another photo of my Beast on my other bike.

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

    I just love this thread and of course your (I mean all of you) great pictures.
    Now I want to have my own GPW, I blame you (I mean all of you) for that.
    Unfortunately it is way above my price range, but maybe Santa will help.
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    twin GPW1000RAF

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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 Knives and Lint View Post
    Agreed. The only problem I've ever had with a large watch is that it makes me like my smaller watches less. I remember when vade_R first introduced his orange GPW (one of the first on the forum to have one I believe) and he mentioned that it made his GWA1100 feel like a toy in comparison. I have to say, as much as I love my orange GWA1100, I'm afraid I'm beginning to share those sentiments a bit. In my opinion, Casio has really stepped up their analog game with both the introduction of this watch, as well as the Gulfmaster. (I assume the same could be said for the MTG-S1000, though I do not have the privilege of owning one of those yet).
    Absolutely, K&L, the MTG-S1000 is definitely in the same league as the GPW. I even put it a step above the Gulfmaster because of the bracelet. But consider this a strong recommendation to own an MTG at some point. (I have the black IP version)
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    I'm fortunate enough to own both the MTG (purchased one year ago) and the GPW Orange. I have other G-shocks and mechanical watches from Steinhart, Seiko and Hexa but they are hardly worn these days because I'm just wearing these two guys. Both have incredible wrist presence with their anime-futuristic design and significant size. In terms of design, the MTG is the Robocop while the GPW is the Gundam, and their build quality is top notch.

    G-shocks may never shake off their image of being plastic fashion watches, and people are bewildered when I tell them the prices of these two watches. "But it's just a G-shock!" However, anyone who appreciates watches on their own terms, owe themselves to just try on these two watches at retail. The MTG does not look that impressive in photos, or even in the display window, but once you wear it you'll understand. The GPW just looks like a beast in photos or in real life :)

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