The other day I was talking with a friend of mine who, the same as me, never takes his Casio digital watch off, and when I asked him about his "watch wearing uptime", he said he had taken his watch off when he was on holiday at the Dead Sea.
The water of the Dead Sea is well known to be highly corrosive for its very high concentration of salt, so he did not want to risk entering the water with his watch on.
Which made me think about it, what I would do if I were to enter the Dead See... I probably would not do it with my PRW-1500, as I really really do not want to ruin it. As I, on the other hand, really do not want to stay without a watch on my wrist, I would probably take in my old DW-9300: this is often attributed as "mud resistant", as it is completely enclosed in a layer of plastic, so I imagine it could survive. Or I would buy a new watch for that, where, I think, a mudman would be a good choice.
What do you think about entering the waters of the Dead See with a G-shock? Any particular type you think is suitable for that? Has anybody done that? What were the results?