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    About to order, would appreciate a quick response...

    What is the actual size of the G-9100-1 Gulfman? I've seen it listed at both 45mm and 51mm (?). I'm really hoping the latter, can someone confirm or deny this? Thanks!

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    Re: About to order, would appreciate a quick response...

    Hey,

    My G-9100-1 Gulfman is 45MM.. Get the watch, you will not be disappointed.

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    Darn, I was really looking to get something bigger.

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    Re: About to order, would appreciate a quick response...

    The Gulfman is 46mm wide from button shroud to button shroud. From cuf to cuf it is 51mm and it is 16mm thick.

    The Gulfman is not a small watch but not big either. It is an average sized modern G.

    With the exception of the Atomic Frogman, all modern Masters Of G wears about the same, they are all 46mm wide (Riseman is 49mm if we count the sensor bit, but the overall diameter is 46mm), Mudman is also 46 mm wide. From cuf to cuf they are all 51-52mm. So very similar in size.

    If you want a big G then the classic DW-6900 at 50mm width and 53mm from cuf to cuf might be something to look at. Or if you want to step it up even more then there is a few XXL models. The GA-100/GA-110 series comes in at 51mm width and 55mm from cuf to cuf and 17mm thick, Atomic Frogman is 58mm from cuf to cuf and 52.6mm wide. The brand new GX/GXW-56 is a true Jumbo sized square model at 53.6mm width and 55.5mm from cuf to cuf and about 18mm thick. Amongst the old vintage models we have several Masters Of G that is very big. The old DW-9100 Riseman is 54mm wide at the sensor area and 53mm from cuf to cuf and about 20mm thick, the old DW-9300 Raysman is 52mm wide and 55 from cuf to cuf and it is the thickest G ever made at 22mm, that thing wears like a tire on your wrist. The widest G ever made is the DW-9800 Wademan at 56mm and at second place the DW-6700 SkyForce at 55mm
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    Re: About to order, would appreciate a quick response...

    If you want a large g shock, then get a Raysman... Although I think the gulfman is a decent size.

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    Re: About to order, would appreciate a quick response...

    Heck of a post there, thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Joakim Agren View Post
    The Gulfman is 46mm wide from button shroud to button shroud. From cuf to cuf it is 51mm and it is 16mm thick.

    The Gulfman is not a small watch but not big either. It is an average sized modern G.

    With the exception of the Atomic Frogman, all modern Masters Of G wears about the same, they are all 46mm wide (Riseman is 49mm if we count the sensor bit, but the overall diameter is 46mm), Mudman is also 46 mm wide. From cuf to cuf they are all 51-52mm. So very similar in size.

    If you want a big G then the classic DW-6900 at 50mm width and 53mm from cuf to cuf might be something to look at. Or if you want to step it up even more then there is a few XXL models. The GA-100/GA-110 series comes in at 51mm width and 55mm from cuf to cuf and 17mm thick, Atomic Frogman is 58mm from cuf to cuf and 52.6mm wide. The brand new GX/GXW-56 is a true Jumbo sized square model at 53.6mm width and 55.5mm from cuf to cuf and about 18mm thick. Amongst the old vintage models we have several Masters Of G that is very big. The old DW-9100 Riseman is 54mm wide at the sensor area and 53mm from cuf to cuf and about 20mm thick, the old DW-9300 Raysman is 52mm wide and 55 from cuf to cuf and it is the thickest G ever made at 22mm, that thing wears like a tire on your wrist. The widest G ever made is the DW-9800 Wademan at 56mm and at second place the DW-6700 SkyForce at 55mm

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