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    Re: My collection.

    Man, Mitch those are some nice frogs!


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    Now 2009 and the first of the GWF-1000 frogman the basic model.













    Now 2010 and the GWF-1000G model. This was a limited run and was a bit of an homage to the original gold 'King of Frogman'.




























































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    Moving on to 2013 the GF-8250BS, the Bape/Stussy collaboration.

































    Now up to 2015 and the GF-8250CM 'Camouflage' model.














    This is the latest of my Frogman.




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    will show AW-500s next. AW stands for analogue watch and the 500 was the first analogue G Shock and date from 1989.

    This is the AW-500B and has a full lume dial unusually. This model is one of the most sought after of the AW-500s











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    Great collection of Froggies!

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    Here are two AW-594s from 1994. They were part of a series of World Cup watches Casio issued that year as they were the official time keeping partner for FIFA.

    Unfortunately Japan failed to qualify in an upset and reduced sales somewhat as they were sold only in Japan. They are quite desirable now though.










































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    Stunning collection and great info. My want for a frog is at an all time high.
    Mitch, what frog would you recomend for someone with small wrists (6.25")? Sorry to derail, just thought you'd be the best to ask.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nubskillz View Post
    Stunning collection and great info. My want for a frog is at an all time high.
    Mitch, what frog would you recomend for someone with small wrists (6.25")? Sorry to derail, just thought you'd be the best to ask.

    Well the DW-9900s are a smaller frog but not a small watch per se.

    My wrist is the same size as yours and the GW-200s wear well. The DW-8200s wear a little bigger but are perfectly fine and so cool.

    The newer GWF models are not as comfortable to wear due to strap design and size.




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    Thank you so much for the help. Will try to pick up a gw-200.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch100 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by nubskillz View Post
    Stunning collection and great info. My want for a frog is at an all time high.
    Mitch, what frog would you recomend for someone with small wrists (6.25")? Sorry to derail, just thought you'd be the best to ask.

    Well the DW-9900s are a smaller frog but not a small watch per se.

    My wrist is the same size as yours and the GW-200s wear well. The DW-8200s wear a little bigger but are perfectly fine and so cool.

    The newer GWF models are not as comfortable to wear due to strap design and size.




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    Casio brought back the AW-500 for just one 'Lovers' model in 1999.

    It had long stopped producing the ordinary AW-500 and had moved on to resin cased analogues unlike the solid steel of the AW-500s. This one had some interesting detail celebrating the end of the millennium.




































































































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