Any love for the GL-7200 series?

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    Any love for the GL-7200 series?

    You know the story.
    Boy meets watch, boy loves watch, boy tires of watch and trades her off. Boy realizes his mistake and then boy then goes nuts trying to find her again. Boy finds her again and..................well you know the story.
    I love this watch. I bought two recently and dyed one black. I love the chunky digits, the solar power, the moon and tide phase. She has dual time, CDT, moon age, chrono, mult alarms, she shows the current time while in CDT mode and it's comfortable as any G I've ever worn.
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    Re: Any love for the GL-7200 series?

    Not a bad model, except for the fact its mid-size is closer to Baby-Gs than regular G-shocks. That's probably the only reason you won't get much love for this model on this forum.

    That aside, a very nice watch

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    Re: Any love for the GL-7200 series?

    Someone posted these a while ago thinking they were new. He found out they were old. I like the looks


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    Re: Any love for the GL-7200 series?

    i haven't really noticed that model before. (until the recent thread) i like it.
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    Re: Any love for the GL-7200 series?

    Quote Originally Posted by babola View Post
    Not a bad model, except for the fact its mid-size is closer to Baby-Gs than regular G-shocks. That's probably the only reason you won't get much love for this model on this forum.

    That aside, a very nice watch

    See...now you made me break out the camera for a comparison shot. I will agree that it's smaller than a froggie, but it is much larger than my wife's ICERC BG-169 and the digits.....they're HUGE, lol
    OK, I'll quit defending her, it was just a good excuse to break out the camera
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    Re: Any love for the GL-7200 series?

    Thanks mate, sorry for causing you all that trouble

    Great watch!

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    Re: Any love for the GL-7200 series?

    Quote Originally Posted by babola View Post
    Thanks mate, sorry for causing you all that trouble

    Great watch!
    lol, no trouble. After reading your post I started getting self-conscious
    As I said, a good excuse for breaking out the camera, I had to see for myself. After looking at it, I think it's the size of the digits that does it for me...........
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    Re: Any love for the GL-7200 series?

    I have the same exact model. It gets some wrist time because while its smaller than most Gs, it makes up for it with the ultra-cool 2 tone 1 piece strap

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