G-shock GD100-ms1 strap alternative
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    G-shock GD100-ms1 strap alternative

    I'm looking to buy the Gd100-ms1 and was wondering if there are other straps available other than the stock resin.

    Are there parts from other models that are compatible like the adapters to fit a zulu strap etc...

    show me some pics of your setup if you have an aftermarket strap.

    also where can I find the best price online apart from ebay? i'm in canada.

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    I uses the same strap adapters as for the 5600 series and they fit perfectly. The zulu strap is Maratac brand which is very soft and comfortable. I got these from ebay (westcoasttime) which I think they have the best price.
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    Re: G-shock GD100-ms1 strap alternative

    It will fit GDF-100 and GA-100/110 straps too

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    Re: G-shock GD100-ms1 strap alternative

    thanks for the info Gshockme.

    any online stores where I can buy the watch other than ebay?

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    Re: G-shock GD100-ms1 strap alternative

    MARATAC ZULU WATCH STRAPS, COMPLETE LINE has the straps and adapters too.

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    Check Amazon. You should be able to find one at a good price.

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    A quick search on Amazon shows a GD100MS-1 for about $65

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    Re: G-shock GD100-ms1 strap alternative

    Do you guys know if the nylon strap from a G-7900ms fits ? It looks like it would fit, but couldn't find the lug width if it is 16mm.

    I really like the look of this strap.


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    I was also thinking modifying the lug end of a maratac elite 24mm strap that I have to 16mm so that it could fit. I think it would look nice too with that kevlar look. They are super comfy.
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    Re: G-shock GD100-ms1 strap alternative

    anyone knows?

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    Re: G-shock GD100-ms1 strap alternative

    Quote Originally Posted by ferrarista View Post
    Do you guys know if the nylon strap from a G-7900ms fits ? It looks like it would fit, but couldn't find the lug width if it is 16mm.

    I really like the look of this strap.






    I was also thinking modifying the lug end of a maratac elite 24mm strap that I have to 16mm so that it could fit. I think it would look nice too with that kevlar look. They are super comfy.
    Very nice pics ... considering they're MINE!!!

    It would have been polite to ask before using them, but failing that, at least a little credit, eh?

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