G-Shock: Rugged enough for Alaska.

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    G-Shock: Rugged enough for Alaska.







    Back in DEC or so, left my Riseman out over night. Didn't even faze it. Brought it in, thawed it out, and put it on.


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    Re: G-Shock: Rugged enough for Alaska.

    Nice!!!
    :thanks for the pics!!!


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    Re: G-Shock: Rugged enough for Alaska.

    Which compass is that?

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    Re: G-Shock: Rugged enough for Alaska.

    wowowowo
    watches are meant to tell times..

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    Re: G-Shock: Rugged enough for Alaska.

    Quote Originally Posted by tcolling View Post
    Which compass is that?
    One of the watchband Suunto compasses.
    We stole the Eagle from the Air Force; the Anchor from the Navy; the Rope from the Army, and on the seventh day when God rested, we overran His perimeter and
    stole the Globe, and have been protecting our shores ever since.

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    Re: G-Shock: Rugged enough for Alaska.

    I went on a week-long snowmobile/camping trip in Michigan's Upper Peninsula back in February, and I had no problems with my DW6900 in sub-freezing temps -- I found that the resin hold up much better than anything else.
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    Re: G-Shock: Rugged enough for Alaska.

    That's pretty cold~CHeers!

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    Re: G-Shock: Rugged enough for Alaska.

    "Cool" photo !!!

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    Re: G-Shock: Rugged enough for Alaska.

    Are you using strap adapters? That strap looks like it fits really well with the Riseman!

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    Re: G-Shock: Rugged enough for Alaska.

    NICE shots.
    best regards,

    Kirk M.


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