7900-owners - Question

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    7900-owners - Question

    Hi there!

    I just got my new GW-7900-1ER last week - an awesome piece of a watch.

    The only thing I'm wondering about is that the G-button (for the backlight) fits a bit loose compared to other Gs I used to have. For sure, it's not the same compared to a G-9000 which has no real button there but my 6900 for example -> the button didn't really have taht much space to move.

    Is this a failure or is it just because of the case or the design of the watch that the button is very easy to push and hass a little space to be moved.....

    Any thoughts?

    Greetz
    Alex
    greetz and take care!
    alex


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    Re: 7900-owners - Question

    Mine is easy to push ... Which I like as I use it to check the time when I wake up in the middle of the night.

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    Re: 7900-owners - Question

    I also own 3 G(W)-7900 which all show the same "loose" light button.
    So i dont think that is a fault of your watch.
    Keep in mind that the button is an extension of a small steel rod sticking in the watertight housing.

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    Re: 7900-owners - Question

    Perfectly normal, no worries.


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    Re: 7900-owners - Question

    Thank you guys for the information!

    Greetz
    Alex
    greetz and take care!
    alex


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