Bread and Butter G

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    Bread and Butter G

    Speaking of "Bread and Butter" G-Shocks I really like my G2500-3V. It looks a little retro and is somewhat lighter than my other G's, but for one of the less expensive G-Shocks I think it looks really cool and has some great features. I especially like the year display and how the numerals "scroll" when the time changes between minutes and hours :-S . I've not seen that on any other G I have. Do other G models do this? This one is a dark gray (almost black) with a yellow-green background and blue light with a beefy resin band, data memory and so on. A good addition to my ever growing collection.
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    Re: Bread and Butter G

    Nice! The year display on Casios just blows me away too :-D

    A few years ago, one of my nieces had a Baby-G where the seconds, instead of going to "00". went to "60"! I wondered at the time why all digital watches didn't do that (I mean how many seconds do we HAVE in a minute anyway?)

    Any other Casios with those "hidden" tricks?

    Kevin

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    Re: Bread and Butter G

    [QUOTE=buddha-g]the numerals "scroll" when the time changes between minutes and hours :-S . QUOTE]

    what do you mean?

    all i know is that the seconds of Antman "flip" instead of "change" ... :-D

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    Re: Bread and Butter G

    Well, "flip" might describe it, too. When the numeral changes, a horizontal bar "scrolls" downward and the next numeral "flips" toward the right before appearing. Freaked me out the first time I noticed it. I was like, "Whoah, dude, I haven't seen THAT before!"

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