Are Baby G's considered women's?

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    Are Baby G's considered women's?

    I found a bgx-150 in some junk that works. Seems reasonable sized to be a man's.

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    Re: Are Baby G's considered women's?

    If you're comfortable wearing a watch with 'Baby' on it, there's no reason why you shouldn't. I think they're aimed at women really.
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    Re: Are Baby G's considered women's?

    a pink baby-g would not really match a hetero man i think. but some black models look nice.

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    Re: Are Baby G's considered women's?

    IMHO simple answer... yes

    however, if it makes you happy, why not

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    Re: Are Baby G's considered women's?

    I never said I would wear it. In fact, I typically wont wear a battery watch. If you like them, thats great. I just asked a question that I didnt know an answer to.

    Thanks for the responses.

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    Re: Are Baby G's considered women's?

    in a couple books by Andy McNabb (sp?) he makes reference to his char's baby g.
    This was the guy from the infamous/famous Bravo two Zero british sas outfit (not sure on the correct military term) Guess fictional men can wear them.
    Wife wants one for working out to.

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    Re: Are Baby G's considered women's?

    I'd say the Baby-Gs are a bit small.


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    Re: Are Baby G's considered women's?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lexxorcist View Post
    If you're comfortable wearing a watch with 'Baby' on it, there's no reason why you shouldn't. I think they're aimed at women really.
    Good point!!!!!
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    Re: Are Baby G's considered women's?

    He doth protest too much .

    Yeah it's a women's watch, but I have seen men wear it.


    Quote Originally Posted by wisconsinwalter View Post
    I never said I would wear it. In fact, I typically wont wear a battery watch. If you like them, thats great. I just asked a question that I didnt know an answer to.

    Thanks for the responses.

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    Re: Are Baby G's considered women's?

    Yeah, Baby-Gs are aimed at the ladies but they're also great for the kids, especially the girls...




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