G-Shock GA-140 Analog-Digital Series
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    G-Shock GA-140 Analog-Digital Series

    From G-Central. Personally I prefer the looks of the GA-100.


    G-Shock GA-140 Analog-Digital Series

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    Casio Europe revealed the all-new G-Shock GA-140: a large analog-digital resin model with the same case and features as the best-selling GA-100/110 series and a new dial design. The dial is slightly asymmetrical with easy-to-read arrow-shaped hands. With its simple and straightforward layout, it’s likely to appeal to those who prefer the GA-100 over the GA-110. For those who don’t like negative displays, it should be noted that four out of the five debut models have standard/positive LCD displays.

    The debut models include (from top left to right) the black GA-140-1A1, black with red-orange GA-140-1A4, blue GA-140-2A, red and gray GA-140-4A, and purple GA-140-6A.


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    Re: G-Shock GA-140 Analog-Digital Series

    Thats a lot of lcd windows but No mention if lcd will also have illumination.
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    Re: G-Shock GA-140 Analog-Digital Series

    My usual... can they release small (former normal) sized models?
    Looking neat but too big.
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    Re: G-Shock GA-140 Analog-Digital Series

    2x post
    Last edited by Rocket1991; 3 Weeks Ago at 20:29.
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    Re: G-Shock GA-140 Analog-Digital Series

    even tho it looks like they poured a WWII cockpit into the dial, i dont mind them. props to casio for some how managing to keep that silhouette alive lol the back catalogue of resin could make for some tasty remixes
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    Re: G-Shock GA-140 Analog-Digital Series

    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket1991 View Post
    My usual... can they release small (former normal) sized models?
    Looking neat but too big.
    they have been but with models like these any smaller the sub dials would be unreadable, these are almost at baby G size as it is
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    Re: G-Shock GA-140 Analog-Digital Series

    I like them, and good to see that 99% of them are pos display too!

    I've never been a fan of the GA-100, or many of the whole GA line actually, apart from the 110.
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    Re: G-Shock GA-140 Analog-Digital Series

    I like these more than both the ga100 and ga110 which I never got into. The 110 looked too busy and hard to read and the 100 aesthetically didn't do it for me. I like the clear and bold hands on the 140, and the overall look with the lcds reminds me of a retro futuristic digital dashboard from the 80's, which is a good thing! The color schemes are all done very well too with nice details, specifically i'm liking the black/red/orange color scheme that looks like a nod to the original japanese 6900 foxfire... i'll probably end up getting that
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    Re: G-Shock GA-140 Analog-Digital Series

    Quote Originally Posted by Tetsu Tekubi View Post
    they have been but with models like these any smaller the sub dials would be unreadable, these are almost at baby G size as it is
    IT mostly baby G models. Last "small" analog digital was AWG100.
    I have 0 problem wearing big one with T-Shirt but it get complicated in winter.
    I think GW2500 and G1500 are also slimmer ones. But they been out in mid 2000s newer 3500 is bigger one.
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