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    The G-Shock: the perfect ninja watch?

    I was watching a documentary about the ninjas and the people of Iga province in Japan. A sequence shows a ninja apprentice preparing his food, it looks like he is wearing a GW-9000:

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    Here is the watch of the ninja master:

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    I hope they turn off the hourly chime

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    Re: The G-Shock: the perfect ninja watch?

    Looks like not even ninjas can stand negative displays .
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    Re: The G-Shock: the perfect ninja watch?

    Quote Originally Posted by LUW View Post
    Looks like not even ninjas can stand negative displays .
    No need to switch to negative display just yet, not when they're only relaxedly preparing food or picking flowers between missions

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    Re: The G-Shock: the perfect ninja watch?

    I think I've seen this docu. what was the title?

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    Re: The G-Shock: the perfect ninja watch?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cristobal View Post
    I was watching a documentary about the ninjas and the people of Iga province in Japan. A sequence shows a ninja apprentice preparing his food, it looks like he is wearing a GW-9000:
    At first I thought it might be a MIMB 9010 (real ninja style born and bread) but then I noticed the shininess of the buckle, and I realised that you're probably right.

    Anyway, yeah, certainly; black Mudamn is the look you want if you're doing ninja moves.


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    Re: The G-Shock: the perfect ninja watch?

    They are ninja from the Land of Earth (土の国 Tsuchi no Kuni).

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    Re: The G-Shock: the perfect ninja watch?

    The french title can be tranlated as "The ninja warriors" ... In german "Ninja - Japans Schattenkrieger" (Ninjas, Japan's shadow warriors)
    http://www.arte.tv/fr/Programmes-a-l...year=2012.html
    http://www.arte.tv/de/Programm/244,b...year=2012.html
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    Re: The G-Shock: the perfect ninja watch?

    Old news. G-shocks have been an ancient secret for a thousand years, but have only recently risen in mainstream popularity. Much like Chuck Norris.
    All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us.

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    Re: The G-Shock: the perfect ninja watch?

    Interesting map.
    And interesting screen-caps. What is the one on the bracelet? I can't remember what emblem that is for.

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