Froggie and GW-6900

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    Froggie and GW-6900

    Would some kind soul out there who has any kind of Frogman and also a GW-6900 be able to post a comparison shot of both watches side by side?

    I'm trying to get an idea of scale between the two.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Froggie and GW-6900

    Heres a quicky of my GWF with my GW-6900, sorry about the poor picture quality,... You still get the idea that the Frog pretty much dwarfs the 6900.

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    Re: Froggie and GW-6900

    Thanks very much. That is precisely what I was hoping someone would show, that's been really helpful.

    Like a big bet in poker, you've made it easy to muck my notion of possibly buying a frogmen. It's too big for my wrist, given that I find the GW-6900 on the limit of my chunkiness tolerance. The frogman would be too much for me, not knocking it for anyone else. It's like the Rolex SDDS - a great watch but too large.

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    Re: Froggie and GW-6900

    I agree that the atomic frog is quite larger than the 6900, but is is also larger than than the non atomic frogs. You did not mention which frog you were interested in aquiring. The GW-200 non atomic frogs are sized very similar to the GW-6900.
    If your wrist can wear the 6900, the non atomic frogs will not be out of place IMO, go for it! (my wrist is approx 7.5")
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