So, For the longest time ever I owned a GW-9400, but exclusively wore my GW-M5610. The ranger is absolutely awesome in every sense, but I always felt it was too big, and that I'd never get used to it
A few months back I decided, I would wear it exclusively for a week, and if I can't stand it, then I'd sell it, because I hated seeing such an awesome watch just sit at the window.
Long story short, it hasn't left my wrist for the past couple of months and now that I am more comfortable with it, I feel like I can finally get my dream G; a Froggie!
The GWF-1000 for me is the perfect froggie, balancing not being too old, but also at a great spot size wise (wears like a GW-9400-ish from trying it out at the shop quick) and having an awesome moon & tide graph
So I'm probably going to sell my 9400 and get a froggie for my birthday, but I was wondering...
Considering the GWF-D1000 has been around for a while , and with all you awesome gents with a better eye on trends and casio trends
If we got another Froggie soon from casio, do you think it would be more along a
1. NAVBEAST kind of froggie (ultimate awesomeness, but wall-clock sized as far as poor 6.5" wristers like myself are concerned)
2. Carbon Core GWF-1000 / GW-9400 sized froggie?
Because for me, option 1 would be technically impressive, but I'd never get. And option 2 would be the dream G
So what do you think? I know there is no sure way or science of this of course, I'm just wondering what your speculations would be on what is likely to happen, rather than "what would be your dream froggie" kind of thing
Thanks for playing along :)
EDIT: My own personal hope / feeling? More option 2 because I think the industry as a whole is moving away from the "as large as possible" phase. However, my fears are that froggies are supposed to be professional diver's watches, and so no one would fault casio for making a watch that was not comfortable "desk diving"