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    Can't decide between Gravity Deviers

    Help! What would be your deciding factor between these Gravity 2 Defiers? I just can't seem to make up my mind.
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    Re: Can't decide between Gravity Deviers

    Name:  g-1200d-1adr.gif
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    Rolex 16600 SeaDweller, Rolex 16610 Submariner LV 'V', Rolex 16610 Submariner LV 'V', Rolex 16570 Explorer II, Rolex 116613LN Submariner, Rolex 16710 Pepsi, Rolex 16710 GMT Master, Panerai Luminor 25, Omega Speedmaster 3570.50, Oris TT1, Sector SGE 650, GW-9400J-3JF, GW-9400BJ-1JF, GW-9400J-1JF, GW-200MS, GX-56GB-1ER, GX-56-1BDR, GA-100, DW-5600MS, DW-6900MS X 2, G-6900-1DR, GR-7900KG, GW-7900B-1JF, GR-8900A, G-9200MS, G-9000MS, G-9000-1, G-9000-8 (StormTrooper), G-9010, Casio PHYS STR-800

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    Re: Can't decide between Gravity Deviers

    just bought the g-1250bd-1adr two hours ago. beautiful watch
    Current collection: Ball Hydrocarbon Magnate Black/ Ball Hydrocarbon Magnate White/Omega SMPc 300M 2019/Omega SMP Black MIDsize 300M /Omega Speedmaster professional moonwatch/PAM luminor marina 0796 destro/Rolex datejust 1601/Rolex Date 1500 /Rolex 116610LN /Rolex Datejust II 116300 black roman/ Rolex Explorer II polar 216570 /Rolex Explorer 1 214270 /Rolex GMT master 2 BLNR 116710/Tudor black bat steel and gold 79733N/ Tudor Pelagos LHD/Tudor black bay burgundy ETA/ TAG F1 Blue /Bucherer Chrono Blue/ Orient Blue MAKO /Invicta Abyss 2845 /Casio G-Shock G1250BD-1ADR /Casio G-Shock G1200BD-1ADR /Casio G-Shock GA-100 /Casio G-Shock G100bb-1A /Casio G-Shock G100cu-3A /Franchi Menotti square av chrono /Seiko SNZH51 /Seiko SBDC001 /Seiko SBDC005 /Seiko SARBO33 /Seiko SRPB01K1/ Seiko SKX013 /Seiko SRPC91k1 /Seiko SRPC95k1 /Seiko 6309 0740 '84 Incoming:

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    Re: Can't decide between Gravity Deviers

    Where did you get it from?
    Last edited by Atomant; January 30th, 2011 at 08:16.

    Rolex 16600 SeaDweller, Rolex 16610 Submariner LV 'V', Rolex 16610 Submariner LV 'V', Rolex 16570 Explorer II, Rolex 116613LN Submariner, Rolex 16710 Pepsi, Rolex 16710 GMT Master, Panerai Luminor 25, Omega Speedmaster 3570.50, Oris TT1, Sector SGE 650, GW-9400J-3JF, GW-9400BJ-1JF, GW-9400J-1JF, GW-200MS, GX-56GB-1ER, GX-56-1BDR, GA-100, DW-5600MS, DW-6900MS X 2, G-6900-1DR, GR-7900KG, GW-7900B-1JF, GR-8900A, G-9200MS, G-9000MS, G-9000-1, G-9000-8 (StormTrooper), G-9010, Casio PHYS STR-800

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    Re: Can't decide between Gravity Deviers

    time depot store here in manila. cost around 340 USD. was initially looking for blue or orange accent gravity defier(gw3000 or 1200?) and saw it on the display. SOLD!!!
    Current collection: Ball Hydrocarbon Magnate Black/ Ball Hydrocarbon Magnate White/Omega SMPc 300M 2019/Omega SMP Black MIDsize 300M /Omega Speedmaster professional moonwatch/PAM luminor marina 0796 destro/Rolex datejust 1601/Rolex Date 1500 /Rolex 116610LN /Rolex Datejust II 116300 black roman/ Rolex Explorer II polar 216570 /Rolex Explorer 1 214270 /Rolex GMT master 2 BLNR 116710/Tudor black bat steel and gold 79733N/ Tudor Pelagos LHD/Tudor black bay burgundy ETA/ TAG F1 Blue /Bucherer Chrono Blue/ Orient Blue MAKO /Invicta Abyss 2845 /Casio G-Shock G1250BD-1ADR /Casio G-Shock G1200BD-1ADR /Casio G-Shock GA-100 /Casio G-Shock G100bb-1A /Casio G-Shock G100cu-3A /Franchi Menotti square av chrono /Seiko SNZH51 /Seiko SBDC001 /Seiko SBDC005 /Seiko SARBO33 /Seiko SRPB01K1/ Seiko SKX013 /Seiko SRPC91k1 /Seiko SRPC95k1 /Seiko 6309 0740 '84 Incoming:

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    Re: Can't decide between Gravity Deviers

    Let your wrist decide: they are very different in size. The GW-3000/3500 are among the biggest analog G's, casio has brought to market, while the GW-2500 is only mediumsized.


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    Re: Can't decide between Gravity Deviers

    I would get the big G on your first post. I like its larger shape and I like its colour scheme more than the third one.

    Of course, this is only my opinion.
    Time is Money (but the songs are a bit different).

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    Re: Can't decide between Gravity Deviers

    Quote Originally Posted by Atomant View Post
    Name:  g-1200d-1adr.gif
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    thats a good choice. here are some pics of mine.









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    Re: Can't decide between Gravity Deviers

    Keep in mind - the GW3000 that looks like a cockpit display (Raze's post) does not have a light and it does not have an hourly signal. The 1250 model (1st post by Atom Ant, left pic) has both a light and several daily alarms, plus the hourly signal. I really like the hourly beep. And a light seems a very neccessary thing to me. I have a few tritium watches, and I'm used to being able to see the time - anytime. And if I do get a 1250BD-1ADR, I love the fact that I can TURN OFF the atomic time sync and make it manual, and never use it. I run my watch 6 to 7 mins fast all the time. I like thinking I'm a little late. I know what you're thinking, but no, I don't automatically just say to myself, "Oh that time is 6 mins, fast." When I'm rushed, I just see it's getting late and I MOVE.

    And FYI, Waveceptor is not needed!!! These watches are ACCURATE. I've had a ProTrek for about a year, with no Waveceptor capability. The ProTrek is about 2.5 secs fast from my original setting to the nist.gov site. After a year.

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