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    Question MTM Spec Ops Watches

    Anyone familiar with this line of watches? I was interested in purchasing one before I found this forum and find myself once again interested in them. I'm considering selling a few G-Shocks to fund a purchase, but it's a tough call.






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    Re: MTM Spec Ops Watches

    Cool carbon fiber face. i have that on my casio wvq 550 a but its not a g shock.


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    Re: MTM Spec Ops Watches

    Isn't that the one that the G-9100 Gulfman beat in the Gadget Show tough test?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtXn9-tdMz4

    *Edit* It's a different one in the vid, the MTM extreme ops. at over 1000
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    Re: MTM Spec Ops Watches

    If I purchased one I would be selling the following G's so I don't know if it would be worth it.

    PAG-40
    G8000 dyed black
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    DW6900MC-7 dyed black

    That would clear out a lot of my G-Shocks

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    Re: MTM Spec Ops Watches

    It depends how much you like it. I think the special forces stuff on the dial puts a lot of people off, including me. Other than that they're pretty smart (I like the first one best).
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    Re: MTM Spec Ops Watches

    I think it's a bit lame when manufacturers use branding like 'special forces' to sell a watch and make it look tough when basically the most common G-Shock would more likely be worn.

    Watches are frickin evil!

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    Re: MTM Spec Ops Watches

    That top one would look amazing with a sterile dial. As it is, with the 'special ops' stamp, I'm not sure I'd wear it. They seem like good quality though.

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    Re: MTM Spec Ops Watches

    The top one has a light feature that is like a torch; used for reading maps.

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    Re: MTM Spec Ops Watches

    I'm in the 'I'd like it if it didn't say Special Ops on the face' camp. Lots of cool design features though; I particularly like the knurled bezel, allen bolts and solid-looking crowns.

    Have you considered a Traser?

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    Re: MTM Spec Ops Watches

    Like a lot of others here are saying, all that "Spec Ops" branding ruins an otherwise interesting watch. What would be a great tool to show off to everyone instead is a source of potential embarrasment.

    It's one thing to have cool gadgets and pretend to be a super spy, but for heaven's sake, don't tell anyone else that's what you're thinking!

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