I had a GDF-100- 1B for a while. What ultimately bothered me was the fact that I didn't trust the readings.
Interesting. I think if any G-Shock has a 'forceful' 80's look, it would have to be the 5600 models.
Just ordered the GDF100-1B
Although different in colour, this thread swayed me to buy it. >> GDF100BB-1 Made in Japan?
i had the red one, and so far it's one of the few G's i regret selling. i miss that awesome LED, that huge wide light button, and the shape is really unique and cool. its a very comfortable, lightweight watch with a great module.
also, importantly so, i think it has maybe the best digital font of all g-shocks. slightly tilted numbers but big and easy to read; not to mention the display is sectioned into 4 parts without being cluttered at ALL, and it has current local time in every mode. i think the GDF is one of the most underrated G's out there.
Unfortunately, the purchase of my first ever G-Shock has not gone well.
I've received an email from the on-line store informing me that they don't actually have the watch in stock, and can't get any more. It took me a long time to decide on this one too. :/
There are plenty available, at least in the UK - not sure where you are.
I like it, as pointed out it is a bold design and one easily recognisable. Big clear display too so frankly ticks all the boxes for a relatively cheap G.
I'd have one.
I'm in NZ.
When they refund my payment I'll look elsewhere. I have found another store which is showing 'in-stock'. But they only offer a 1 year warranty and charge for delivery, whereas the other store offered a 2 year warranty with free delivery.
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