Which G is good for extrame weather

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    Which G is good for extrame weather

    I'm still can't decide about my mext G as I was told that a raysman is really big and would not site right on my wrist. The thing I like about the Raysman is the colour and the fact that is will still work in extrame weather -20/60. Is there any other G shock that would work in these kind of enviro. I know the fisher and the frogman would, but is there any other smaller G.

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    Re: Which G is good for extrame weather

    Hi Mick,

    just purchased a G-7000, this also is -20 proof, & is loaded with functions, fits nice on the wrist, will follow up with pics soon(camera problems);hope this helps.


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    Re: Which G is good for extrame weather

    So is GL-260A. Low temperature resist.

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    Re: Which G is good for extrame weather

    I think all G's are made for extreme weather. The question is, which one best suits you? Which style and function do you have to have?

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    Re: Which G is good for extrame weather

    Quote Originally Posted by Mick no:8
    I'm still can't decide about my mext G as I was told that a raysman is really big and would not site right on my wrist.
    You sure? I have rather small wrists as well and I had no problem wearing the Raysman... and I'm on the fourth notch down...


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    Re: Which G is good for extrame weather

    Quote Originally Posted by Mick no:8
    I'm still can't decide about my mext G as I was told that a raysman is really big and would not site right on my wrist. The thing I like about the Raysman is the colour and the fact that is will still work in extrame weather -20/60. Is there any other G shock that would work in these kind of enviro. I know the fisher and the frogman would, but is there any other smaller G.
    You can choose any G and convert to Hydro...and no problems with the temperature

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    Re: Which G is good for extrame weather

    Quote Originally Posted by ADAN
    You can choose any G and convert to Hydro...and no problems with the temperature

    Adan
    Just clicked your signature link to your sales site

    Very cool

    Like the Hydro photos

    By the way, all your G-Shock's you are selling appear to have no bands and dead batteries

    Is this the case?

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