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    Ana-digi's good for modding

    It seems like Ga-100's and Ga-110's are prime fodder for modding but more expensive Ana-digi's seem far less dismantle-able. Can anyone suggest other ana-digi's good for modding?
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    Re: Ana-digi's good for modding

    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor Edwards View Post
    It seems like Ga-100's and Ga-110's are prime fodder for modding but more expensive Ana-digi's seem far less dismantle-able. Can anyone suggest other ana-digi's good for modding?
    I guess you must have missed my recent ground breaking mod of swapping the standard steel buckle & keeper of my GWG1000 to black PVD!



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    Looking good!! I tend not to think about changing buckles
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    Looks gorgeous, I may practice a bit with cheaper watches before I take a gulfmaster apart
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    Re: Ana-digi's good for modding

    I added a cyclops to mine. As a word of advise, if you do it, don't use Otto's extra large bullet shaped cyclops, use the next one down in size. I have the extra large and it flattens out a bit on top, making the best magnified viewing angle a bit off centre.

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    Ages ago I 'googled' cyclops to death but couldn't find anything listed! I wanted to do the exact same mod for the same watch. Would you mind posting a link of the supplier?
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    Re: Ana-digi's good for modding

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    Ages ago I 'googled' cyclops to death but couldn't find anything listed! I wanted to do the exact same mod for the same watch. Would you mind posting a link of the supplier?
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    Re: Ana-digi's good for modding

    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor Edwards View Post
    It seems like Ga-100's and Ga-110's are prime fodder for modding but more expensive Ana-digi's seem far less dismantle-able. Can anyone suggest other ana-digi's good for modding?
    theyre popular for modding because there are hundreds of variations so it doesnt take much to swap them around and parts are readily available. higher end models have less variations and the risk is higher due to the costs involved. not to say we dont mod gwn's and gwg's but its more just swapping/remixing than actual modding (paint, dye, tints etc)
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    Re: Ana-digi's good for modding

    I would love to switch this to a negative display but I'm too scared to take it apart. I've sold off all of my autos, citizens and Gs so right now this is my only watch.

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