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    Camo 6900 Gets a Little Color

    What do you think?





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    Re: Camo 6900 Gets a Little Color

    I like it. Is it possible to make it red?


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    Camo 6900 Gets a Little Color

    Is that one you did a week or so ago?
    I like it btw

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    Re: Camo 6900 Gets a Little Color

    Quote Originally Posted by Vdubz View Post
    Is that one you did a week or so ago?
    I like it btw

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    The other one I did was a darker blue, not as bright as this one. And yes you can make these any color you want as long as you start out with a light colored watch, so the GD-C6900CM-8 is preferred.

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    Camo 6900 Gets a Little Color

    Here's a shot in a little better light. This one is brighter. The other one matched my uniform a lot better. It was a darker Navy blue. This one is a denim blue.


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    Normally I do not like bloo, but in camo (like the Marine Camo Python) I think it looks great. Yours is no exception

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    Re: Camo 6900 Gets a Little Color

    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors View Post
    Normally I do not like bloo, but in camo (like the Marine Camo Python) I think it looks great. Yours is no exception

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    Thanks! This is a cool way to make these unique. Literally any color would work. Even yellow or pink.

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    Camo 6900 Gets a Little Color

    Here are some pics in cloudy daylight.






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    Re: Camo 6900 Gets a Little Color

    Quote Originally Posted by discodave View Post
    Thanks! This is a cool way to make these unique. Literally any color would work. Even yellow or pink.
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    With some quick Photoshop work discodave's suggestions of yellow and pink are a step towards reality. Perhaps the color-dyeing veterans can complete this GD-X6900CM color wheel? It would be a unique set indeed.

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    Re: Camo 6900 Gets a Little Color

    Quote Originally Posted by mrbronson View Post
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    With some quick Photoshop work discodave's suggestions of yellow and pink are a step towards reality. Perhaps the color-dyeing veterans can complete this GD-X6900CM color wheel? It would be a unique set indeed.

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    Awesome! I could achieve that the dying process is a little tricky if you don't keep checking the color. Leave it in too long and it'll be darker than you want. You want to keep the camo lines.

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