DW-5600 strap comfort
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    DW-5600 strap comfort

    How comfortable is the DW-5600 strap? I found the GW-M5610 strap very uncomfortable, but my DW-5900 strap is very comfortable, as is my GW-5000 strap. Thanks.

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    Re: DW-5600 strap comfort

    Once broken in the strap is very comfortable. I don't even notice it.
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    Re: DW-5600 strap comfort

    I tried on a DW-5600E and unfortunately found that particular resin to be too uncomfortable to wear, same as I found with the GW-M5610 unfortunately. However, I find the resin on my DW-5900 "Walter" very comfortable.

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    Re: DW-5600 strap comfort

    Suggestion: a real Casio composite bracelet from PacParts who sell real Casio parts (shown on a DW-5600BB) This will also fit a 5610 perfectly.









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    Re: DW-5600 strap comfort

    Thanks yankee I like that bracelet but want to have a stock look. I thought it was a China production problem with the uncomfortable resin, but the DW-5900 is made in China yet has very comfortable resin. Seems easy enough to use the same formula for the 5600E and 5610 but what do I know.

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    Re: DW-5600 strap comfort

    The ethos of the G-Shock is a rugged, no-nonsense, unbreakable watch, that can take anything you throw at it, designed for the hard working man who needs to depend on a watch.....but ironically, a lot of the folks who wear them on here complain about the resin strap being uncomfortable.

    I find it hard to believe.
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    Re: DW-5600 strap comfort

    Quote Originally Posted by ET8341 View Post
    The ethos of the G-Shock is a rugged, no-nonsense, unbreakable watch, that can take anything you throw at it, designed for the hard working man who needs to depend on a watch.....but ironically, a lot of the folks who wear them on here complain about the resin strap being uncomfortable.

    I find it hard to believe.
    Troll elswhere.
    Last edited by CMSgt Bo; May 16th, 2019 at 22:27.

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    Re: DW-5600 strap comfort

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