Any G-shocks with "hands only"?

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    Any G-shocks with "hands only"?

    I don't like a digital display, but love Casio and G-Shocks for their reliability in all conditions. Is there such a thing as a "non-digital" G-shock?

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    Re: Any G-shocks with "hands only"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas311 View Post
    I don't like a digital display, but love Casio and G-Shocks for their reliability in all conditions. Is there such a thing as a "non-digital" G-shock?

    Currently in lineup there are some chronograph style Watches:

    G-1000
    GW-2000
    GW-3000
    MTG-1000
    GS-1100
    Somewhat more expensive:
    MRG-Line.


    There was also a pure 3 hand G in the past, a MRG.

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    Re: Any G-shocks with "hands only"?

    I had this one for a while, the GS-1200B:


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    Re: Any G-shocks with "hands only"?

    Thanks, gentlemen - I appreciate the replies!

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    Re: Any G-shocks with "hands only"?

    I happen to have a GW 3000. Not the best picture in the world.
    There are a few others as mentioned above.

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