Hi gang. I've been wearing my new G9000 Muddie for a few days now, and it's no different from my old G years ago: knocking against some physionomical aspects of the construction of my wrist.
Moreover, the plastic covering of the stainless steel back has some knobbly protrusions, little "bumps" which moreover have minute "criss-cross" cerrations molded into them. This renders the bottom of the Muddie rather abrasive... Indeed, my virgin -unused to wearing a watch since years- wrist is uncomfortable.
How do you appraise the comfort of your G's? Does the wrist adapt itself, analogous to breaking in a pair of new shoes or cowboy boots???
I have found a solution in sticking one of those small felt stick-on tablefoot protective pads, just the right size, onto the bottom of my Muddie. Much more comfortable and quite reversible...