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    Frogman ID needed

    Guys - wanted to get an ID from you. Pics aren't the most clear in the world but to me it looks like the GF-1000-1. All pics of the same watch. Thoughts?

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    Re: Frogman ID needed

    GWF-1000-1

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    Quote Originally Posted by funzel View Post
    GWF-1000-1
    How can you tell it is the atomic GWF and not the GF from those blurry pics?
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    Re: Frogman ID needed

    Quote Originally Posted by kung-fusion View Post
    How can you tell it is the atomic GWF and not the GF from those blurry pics?
    The OP knows that the pictures are way to blurry to ID the frog.
    So he wants

    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Larry Wildman View Post
    Thoughts?
    That´s what I did:
    I combined both "John Mayer" and "frogman" and went for the more expensive GWF.

    Big mistake?
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    Re: Frogman ID needed

    Quote Originally Posted by kung-fusion View Post
    How can you tell it is the atomic GWF and not the GF from those blurry pics?
    He looks like an american to me so from that we can deduce that he is much more likely to have bought the GWF-1000 since the GF-1000 is mostly sold in SE Asia!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joakim Agren View Post

    He looks like an american to me so from that we can deduce that he is much more likely to have bought the GWF-1000 since the GF-1000 is mostly sold in SE Asia!
    I was going to say the opposite because the gf-1000 seems much more common in America...

    Anyway it could be either so to claim it is definitely one or the other is... yes... a big mistake
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    Re: Frogman ID needed

    Quote Originally Posted by kung-fusion View Post
    I was going to say the opposite because the gf-1000 seems much more common in America...

    Anyway it could be either so to claim it is definitely one or the other is... yes... a big mistake
    I am just messing around a bit here!

    I just assume he is loaded so would go for the Atomic in a fancy retail location like the Torneau in NYC!
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    Re: Frogman ID needed

    Atomic or not it looks from the last pic like it has the squared off buttons of the 1000 series.


    I always find it cool when a high end watch collector appreciates G-Shocks as well. It says a lot about the brand IMO.

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    Re: Frogman ID needed

    Quote Originally Posted by kung-fusion View Post
    so to claim it is definitely one or the other is... yes... a big mistake
    thoughts, kung-fusion, thoughts were asked for. I claimed nothing.
    the mistake is yours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by funzel View Post

    thoughts, kung-fusion, thoughts were asked for. I claimed nothing.
    the mistake is yours.
    Agree to disagree. Perhaps adding the words "I am guessing it's a" before the model number would make your post clear.
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