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    So I've got my big Red G-7900 and I'm loving it,loving it so much I've just ordered the black one
    I normally wear a F105 or a F91,but after a day of wearing a 7900 they feel like something you get free with a packet of cereal,just toys compared to the 7900.So I can't wear them as much as I used to now and I need a watch for work so a black G-7900 it is.Black for work and Red for outside work-sorted.And then I won't need another watch,apart from a blue one,then no more honest........until the new year and then I might treat myself to a solar atomic-is this how life is now going to be???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bracey View Post
    So I've got my big Red G-7900 and I'm loving it,loving it so much I've just ordered the black one
    I normally wear a F105 or a F91,but after a day of wearing a 7900 they feel like something you get free with a packet of cereal,just toys compared to the 7900.So I can't wear them as much as I used to now and I need a watch for work so a black G-7900 it is.Black for work and Red for outside work-sorted.And then I won't need another watch,apart from a blue one,then no more honest........until the new year and then I might treat myself to a solar atomic-is this how life is now going to be???

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    Never underestimate your brain's ability to come up with excuses for buying another watch
    thats right, you buy one and then you see another one you like and so on and so on, nice!!

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    Welcome to the club mate. I'm sitting here contemplating another purchase, trying to justify it to myself. Good luck with your future purchases.
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    Re: the beginings of an addiction

    Hahaah, Nice one bracey! I started with the MIBR GW7900-RD last Christmas. Its not even a year yet and i too have the black model a blue one and a white one and they only represent a small part of my collection! Your well on your way to becoming a G-Shockaholic lol dont fight it, embrace it lol!
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    Re: the beginings of an addiction

    addiction is bad

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    Re: the beginings of an addiction

    this is just the beginning... first small step, to giant steps in future!
    welcome to buy-buy-buy-G-club...

    a friend of mine, started with one 6900. within a month, he got himself more than 20 other Gs... that is real crazy!


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    Congrats!

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    Re: the beginings of an addiction

    mmm... I started off with just one '7900' too!!

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    Re: the beginings of an addiction

    That's the beauty of G-shock watches. Great features, functions, looks, and affordable. I try to get one every pay check since I started my addition afew months ago . Next watch is either the muddy or one of aviators ( 3000 or 3500 )
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