G-9300 Problem?

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    G-9300 Problem?

    Just got my new 9300 (japan made) the case seems to be kind of loose on the left side and iam wondering if that is normal, right above where it says twin sensor you can see a small gap its is a sandwich type case for the lack of a better example.

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    Re: G-9300 Problem?

    Are you saying that you can wiggle the resin bezel?
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    Re: G-9300 Problem?

    I will put out a pic tonight,thanks.

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    Re: G-9300 Problem?

    Never posted a pic so i guess i will just send back the watch, thanks just the same.

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    Re: G-9300 Problem?

    Quote Originally Posted by mf6532 View Post
    Never posted a pic so i guess i will just send back the watch, thanks just the same.

    did you mean something like this? :

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    had to put some pressure on the bezel to show the gap, then everything is back to normal. I dont like that, but its part of the design i guess.
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    Re: G-9300 Problem?

    LUW will know, i'm not sure...I'm sure he'll chime in soon.

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    Re: G-9300 Problem?

    I probably could make a very good asstemate if I was sure what he's referring to .
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    Re: G-9300 Problem?

    Yes just like that only mine shows a bit more of a gap on the same side. I understand that it is part of the design. But compare to my G-9000 which is a rock solid watch iam having a hard time with a $200 + watch having this issue. Just look at the test on the g-shock site with the G-9000 I wonder if same test. Could be done with the G-9300. In anycase its still what heck of a G. My e-mail is [email protected] so feel free to e-mail me and I will be more then happy to send the pics so that I can put it to rest. To be honest I do want to keep this one,thanks.

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    Re: G-9300 Problem?

    Doggonit...wish I hadn't seen your post. I had to see for myself how much room there is on my G9300, and surprisingly one can basically pull the whole left/right backside off! Just like in the pic Shockerman posted. Part of the design I understand, but sjeez...wouldn't have guessed it could be moved by *that* much
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    Re: G-9300 Problem?

    Well, if that's the problem, ALL of them are like that (mine too ), so there's no use in trying to trade it.
    But it really isn't an issue, it's not like you will have a problem with it unless you stick something in there and yank the part off.
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