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    G-7900-3er

    Hi - any more wrist shots of this watch please; only found a couple on here.

    Quite fancy this and Amazon have them at just under £80 delivered - seems ok price?
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    Re: G-7900-3er

    Well, I probably posted them all - but they are scattered over the forum I guess - so here you go (wrist is 7 inch):









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    Re: G-7900-3er

    Man. That's a really beautiful watch. Flipped mine about 5 or 6mo ago because I started to move away from the larger watches. Still miss that one though and toy with buying it again from time to time. It's a great watch! Much better than the atomic version, IMO. With the only exception being the lower right button. It changes the time from 12 to 24hr. I use 24hr and it was a pet peeve when ever it would inadvertently switch.

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    Re: G-7900-3er

    Quote Originally Posted by simple20 View Post
    Still miss that one though and toy with buying it again from time to time.
    Yes, same here - I'm also thinking about buying another one after selling mine .

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    Re: G-7900-3er

    Blue version is also very nice!


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    Sedi - that is most helpful ; I am grateful as the pics show the colour off beautifully - I was wondering what Dark Olive Green would look like in the flesh.

    What a great looking watch - I am now going to order it from Amazon.

    Am not a fan of big watches as an everyday wearer but I was attracted to this due to the low temp' module as I climb a lot during Winter at below zero temp's so hope that this fits the bill.

    Will post some pic's when it arrives.

    Not sure why this particular model is not more popular judging by its fantastic looks.
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    Rolling eyes Re: G-7900-3er

    After all your bitching and moaning about the GX-56 and the GA-100 being "too big" on numerous threads, you buy a 7900?

    Absolutely hilarious.


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    Re: G-7900-3er

    Quote Originally Posted by tyler durden View Post
    After all your bitching and moaning about the GX-56 and the GA-100 being "too big" on numerous threads, you buy a 7900?

    Absolutely hilarious.

    So glad to have provided you with some hilarity Tyler - I can tick off my 'good deed for the day done' now.
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    Re: G-7900-3er

    Quote Originally Posted by tyler durden View Post
    After all your bitching and moaning about the GX-56 and the GA-100 being "too big" on numerous threads, you buy a 7900?

    Absolutely hilarious.

    Yeah, the GXW56 isn't much bigger:


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    Re: G-7900-3er

    Quote Originally Posted by theotherphil View Post
    Yeah, the GXW56 isn't much bigger:

    Thanks for the side by side - didn't realise they were so close in size although the lug to lug distance is less on the 7900.

    I've ordered it now so will have to see how it looks - will only be wearing it around 20 times a year climbing so maybe not a problem if it looks a bit too big.
    Last edited by NickintheLakes; October 6th, 2010 at 15:47. Reason: spelling as usual
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