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    Confused casio gulfman vs g 7900 (standard)

    i want buy a g shock....but i cant choose....who is better ? is the gulfman uncomfortable on hand ?

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    Re: casio gulfman vs g 7900 (standard)

    I can't speak much for the Gulfman, but the G-7900 is very comfortable and the G-7900MS is EXTREMELY comfortable. The 7900s also have an excellent module in them. I personally wouldn't trade either of my 7900s for a Gulfman, except maybe the "Revolver" gulfman just because I like the look. I don't care about atomic watches and can't justify paring the extra$50-$60 for one, but the Atomic Gulfman's are really cool looking!
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    Re: casio gulfman vs g 7900 (standard)

    I see it excatly like Tsip85 does. The G-7900 unites the best of the Gulfman G-9100 and the Mudman G-9000 for a very attractive price and probably the best and easiest to operate buttons ever. Make sure you check out my review of the G-7900MS black model:

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    Re: casio gulfman vs g 7900 (standard)

    i can buy only standard 79000....and another problem : my hand is small.

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    Re: casio gulfman vs g 7900 (standard)

    The case of the 7900 is a little "chunky" or tall, but it's not to wide. It won't look bad on smaller wrists or hands. You'll be very pleased with it. I don't think I've ever read anything negative about the G-7900. My wrists are not at all big, maybe a wrist shot or two will help...

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    Re: casio gulfman vs g 7900 (standard)

    another option ....same price...a nice watch ?

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    Re: casio gulfman vs g 7900 (standard)

    Maybe a non-solar/atomic Mudman. The G9000s are nice and they're not too big. The buttons can be a little difficult at first, but you'll learn their "sweet spot." They also have a great module. Or, the 7710 is a great watch that's not too big. It probably has the best module I can think of.



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    Re: casio gulfman vs g 7900 (standard)

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    Re: casio gulfman vs g 7900 (standard)

    I have both. The 7900 is definitely more comfortable, but as someone mentioned it is really tall because of the screws on the 4 corners.

    My Gulfman doesnt have the "wings" or whatever you call them so the top part of the strap digs into my wrist a bit. Personally I prefer my Gulfman due to its smaller size over the 7900.

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