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    Favourite watch for sport activities

    Which one is your favourite G or non-g watch for sport activities (run, bike, swim)? For me it's always the same.




    A very confortable watch with a lot of features (like the interval countdown timer) for a runner. but...with negative display...

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    Been using my DW-56RT; with Interval mode, Target timer, nice display, etc;.......great for early morning runs.







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    Wink Re: Favourite watch for sport activities

    Last Sunday it was my GW-9000 Mudman:



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    Re: Favourite watch for sport activities

    Sports... what's that?

    haha... seriously, when I was into sports, I played beach volleyball and prefer not to wear a watch due to the fact that much of the contact from the ball was at the wrist or with the hands. So for me. No watch.

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    Re: Favourite watch for sport activities

    I would mostly avoid wearing a watch during sport also, but if I did, it would be a 'beater' like the 2300 (if I had one) or mudman (ditto).

    Watersports is different...any of my G's would be fine, but if it's in the surf, I might fine a model with tidegraph useful (eg G9100, GW400).

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    Re: Favourite watch for sport activities

    Quote Originally Posted by Sili View Post
    Sports... what's that?
    Stairs.
    I used to list my watches here until I realised it ruined people's Google searches...

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    Re: Favourite watch for sport activities

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    Stairs.
    Still confused.










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    Re: Favourite watch for sport activities

    Sometimes with my knees, sports is just getting up and down.

    That's the result of too many years of sports.
    Wear what you like.

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    Re: Favourite watch for sport activities

    It depends on the sport. For my outdoor sports, like mountain biking, hiking, fishing and snowshoeing, I wear either my G-2300B-1V or a G-9000 Mudman. I just need something that can take lots of abuse, and still show the proper time.




    For gym workouts, I wear the DW-56RT. The interval timer totally rocks.


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    Re: Favourite watch for sport activities

    I use my 2300-9V to time my runs to the refrigerator for beer.
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