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    A few more G-Shock NASA pics (Since I still can't access WUS at my office...)

    A lot of DW-5600's, DW-5900's, a DW-6600, a Protrek and several GW-300's with working CLT1616...

    http://spaceflight1.nasa.gov/gallery.../s108e5130.jpg

    http://spaceflight1.nasa.gov/gallery...2003e40090.jpg

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    Re: A few more G-Shock NASA pics (Since I still can't access WUS at my office...)

    And in another USA state organisation they make an association between 'G-Shock' and 'terrorist'. Remarkable.
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    Re: A few more G-Shock NASA pics (Since I still can't access WUS at my office...)

    Wow Sjors, very cool photos. Looks like a G shock ad.

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    Wink Re: A few more G-Shock NASA pics (Since I still can't access WUS at my office...)

    Not only Astronauts wear G-Shock. On several pictures they are worn by Kosmonauts too (on the ISS).

    It took me a while to find those diving pictures. I had seen similar before, but didn't know where to find them...

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    Re: A few more G-Shock NASA pics (Since I still can't access WUS at my office...)

    Quote Originally Posted by tribe125 View Post
    And in another USA state organisation they make an association between 'G-Shock' and 'terrorist'. Remarkable.
    Not G-Shock but Casio's cheaper digital lines. But it still is ........, when you see that those wathes are sold in millions.

    Have a nice day,

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    Re: A few more G-Shock NASA pics (Since I still can't access WUS at my office...)

    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors View Post
    Not only Astronauts wear G-Shock.
    They are very good photos indeed

    I'm sure loads of different people wear G-Shock's

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    Re: A few more G-Shock NASA pics (Since I still can't access WUS at my office...)

    I wonder if a G-shock can survive in Outerspace?
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    Re: A few more G-Shock NASA pics (Since I still can't access WUS at my office...)

    Quote Originally Posted by Adanac View Post
    Not G-Shock but Casio's cheaper digital lines. But it still is ........, when you see that those wathes are sold in millions.

    Have a nice day,

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    Wink Re: A few more G-Shock NASA pics (Since I still can't access WUS at my office...)

    Well,

    Like several Astronauts, there are Kosmonauts wearing cheap digitals (I saw a moonphase model and an Illuminator), but this cosmonout is actually wearing a DW 5600 or DW-5200 and not a cheap Casio model (thirs ISS crew)

    http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/...001e16605.html


    Here a nice DW-6900 wronr on wrist pic (also ISS crew 3):

    http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/...ss003e6189.jpg

    http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/...ss003e6180.jpg

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    Re: A few more G-Shock NASA pics (Since I still can't access WUS at my office...)

    G-shock can survive in Outerspace?
    Be today, better than yesterday.
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