G-shock for a Harley clock... :)

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    G-shock for a Harley clock... :)

    I don't know how this will work out over the riding season, but we'll see.





    The bike is a 1994 Dyna Low Rider, so it shakes and vibrates A LOT...

    This is a G100-1GBV, just strapped around the handlebar clamp. Looks right at home on the Harley I think.

    I'll let you know how the G is doing in a few weeks... this will definitely check out the vibration dampening qualities of the watch... ;)

    Dan

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    Re: G-shock for a Harley clock... :)

    dude, that is just too sweet. its like it came with the bike.
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    Re: G-shock for a Harley clock... :)

    That really matches nicely.

    Do you wear one on your wrist too? You can't have too many on you can you?

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    Re: G-shock for a Harley clock... :)

    Yeah, I've got a couple more 'shocks layin' around. Wear one quite often... especially at night for the light up feature so I can see time time. I agree, you can't have too many! :)

    I may have to pick up another G100 though, because that one is probably my favorite...

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    Re: G-shock for a Harley clock... :)

    I don't know how to say it, but it looks sooo right.

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    Re: G-shock for a Harley clock... :)

    Nice! I thought it was an additional speedometer.
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    Re: G-shock for a Harley clock... :)

    Just an update...

    The G-shock is doing great... the severe vibrations of the motorcycle hasn't phased it so far...

    And I really like having it there, it's a lot easier than taking your hand off the left grip to check the time.

    :)

    Dan

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    Re: G-shock for a Harley clock... :)

    It'll be fine. I've had a cheap two button stick
    on clock on my bike for years. I replace the
    battery every couple of years and all is well. It's
    not anywhere near waterproof....but no problems
    with it whatsoever.

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    Re: G-shock for a Harley clock... :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Newberry View Post
    Just an update...

    The G-shock is doing great... the severe vibrations of the motorcycle hasn't phased it so far...

    And I really like having it there, it's a lot easier than taking your hand off the left grip to check the time.

    :)

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