Analog luminuous gshock recommendation
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    Analog luminuous gshock recommendation

    Hi!

    I was wondering if you can recommend analog or ana-digi gshocks with lumed hands?

    In the range 100-200$.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Analog luminuous gshock recommendation

    GA-2100, lume is good all Night long.

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    Re: Analog luminuous gshock recommendation

    That like almost all of them apart from "street fashion" oriented.
    But lume is bad anyway.
    It should be special!

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    Re: Analog luminuous gshock recommendation

    GA-2100 as recommended above. But these are a little hard to get currently due to low stock I guess. You may want to wait a bit for Casio to restock them.

    GA-800:
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    GBA-800:
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    GAS-100 or GAW-100:
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    The first 4 (including GA2100) have lumed hands, as well as electrical illumination for both the watch face and the digital display. But they have no lume on the indices. The last one has lumed hands, lumed indices, and electrical illumination for the face only. It has no illumination for the digital display. All of them can be purchased below $100.
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    Re: Analog luminuous gshock recommendation

    These are above $100 but below $200.

    GSTS-100 / GSTW-100 / GSTS-110 / GSTW-110 They have lumed hands, illumination for face & digital display, but no lume on indices.
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    GSTS-300 / GSTW-300 / GSTS-310 / GSTW-310 These are smaller version of the above. They have lumed hands, illumination for face & digital display, but no lume on indices.
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    GSTS-130 / GSTW-130 They have lumed hands, illumination (UV) for face & digital display, but no traditional lume on indices.
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    GA-1000 They have lumed hands, lumed indices and illumination (UV) on watch face only. But no illumination on digital display.
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    GA-1100 They have lumed hands, lumed indices and illumination on watch face only. But no illumination on digital display.
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    GG-1000 They have lumed hands, lumed indices and illumination on watch face only. But no illumination on digital display.
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    Analog luminuous gshock recommendation

    All the above recommended. Casio lume are generally poor. Recent higher end analog models have improved. I’ve had experience with GWA1100 and Protrek PRG-600. Both have generous lume that can last whole night. GWA1100 is out of your price range but PRG-600 can be had for <$200, although it’s a Protrek not G.
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    Re: Analog luminuous gshock recommendation

    Note, ones on my second post above may have model variants that cost more than $200 new. But you can always find good deals for Casio watches. Sometimes more expensive models can cost less with discounts.

    I missed one, a relatively new model: GA-2000. You can get one less than $100.
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    But this one is an odd ball. Some models have skeleton hands with no lume. So you have to pick the solid hands ones to have lume. Also the illumination only covers the face, not the digital display.
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    Re: Analog luminuous gshock recommendation

    I can tell you which one NOT to get for lume. The G-100! I had one, and the lume was terrible. Other than that and the fact the backlight doesn’t light the whole face, it’s a good watch lol.


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