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    Re: Is the G-Shock DW-6900NB-7 suitable for smaller wrists?

    Does anyone know the size of the watch? Especially the bezel size?
    The size of my current watch is 43mm.
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    Re: Is the G-Shock DW-6900NB-7 suitable for smaller wrists?

    6900 is general, and fits nicely on almost all adult wrist.
    as for smaller size, and teenagers, 5600 is a good option to try on.

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    Re: Is the G-Shock DW-6900NB-7 suitable for smaller wrists?

    I am a female with 6" wrists and wear 3 DW6900s without any size problems...







    The last one is not exactly a DW6900, but has the same case.
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    Re: Is the G-Shock DW-6900NB-7 suitable for smaller wrists?

    wildgirl, that's the best pic I've seen of the CB-8. It really captures the color well. And the GLX6900 has the same shape as the DW6900, but the case is actually a different size than the DW. I believe it's the same size as the GW6900. I found this out while trying to do a bezel swap once.
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    Re: Is the G-Shock DW-6900NB-7 suitable for smaller wrists?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tsip85 View Post
    wildgirl, that's the best pic I've seen of the CB-8. It really captures the color well. And the GLX6900 has the same shape as the DW6900, but the case is actually a different size than the DW. I believe it's the same size as the GW6900. I found this out while trying to do a bezel swap once.
    Thank you, Tsip!
    I wanted to capture the real look of the watch during most of the day, 'cause all the pics I had seen before I got it were taken in full light and the digits were always showing bright white - this is quite misleading IMO.

    Thanks for the info on the GLX, I had no idea!
    I always thought that the GW has a bigger bezel than the DW, but the official Casio site claims they are all the same size (DW, GW and GLX)!
    Aw well, I guess I should wait for my GW to arrive in order to see for myself
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    I would definitely go and try one on, there should be some in the UK near you, even if they ate a different colour it will be a good sizing guide. I have small 6" wrists also, and found a lot of g shocks too large , but I also found some which looked very large on the internet but on my wrist was ideal (riseman for example).

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    Re: Is the G-Shock DW-6900NB-7 suitable for smaller wrists?

    I'm going to have a look to try on one tomorrow. In case there isn't any DW-6900's, what G-Shocks are the same or of a similar size to them?

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