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    G-Shocks with Small Form Factors

    Most folks seem to prefer G-Shocks that are large and chunky. As a result, most of the G-Shocks that Casio markets are of that configuration. However, there are a few models that have smaller form factors (e.g., the 5600 series models, the M850, the 7710, etc.).

    If you're aware of others, I'd like to know what they are. I'm particularly interested in watches having widths between 42mm and 48mm.

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    Re: G-Shocks with Small Form Factors

    G-056 and GW-056 are getting scarce.

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    Re: G-Shocks with Small Form Factors

    Mudman ?

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    Re: G-Shocks with Small Form Factors

    AWG-M100 is the same size as the G-7710. G-7600 (if you can still find one) is also rather small.

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    Re: G-Shocks with Small Form Factors

    G-2900 is also very compact. It has a nice module and a '10 Year' battery. Some people don't like the 'sails' but I don't mind them (they also act as a pre-alarm flash warning).

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    Re: G-Shocks with Small Form Factors

    Quote Originally Posted by Sedi View Post
    AWG-M100 is the same size as the G-7710. G-7600 (if you can still find one) is also rather small.

    Cheers, Sedi
    And the GW-2310 is the same size as the AWG-M100.
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    Re: G-Shocks with Small Form Factors

    Quote Originally Posted by Pelican View Post
    G-2900 is also very compact. It has a nice module and a '10 Year' battery. Some people don't like the 'sails' but I don't mind them (they also act as a pre-alarm flash warning).

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    To me, the G2900 although a good module; sits too high on the wrist. It feels just like my G3011, small diameter but not short.
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    Re: G-Shocks with Small Form Factors

    Quote Originally Posted by Sedi View Post
    AWG-M100 is the same size as the G-7710. G-7600 (if you can still find one) is also rather small.

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    I forgot about that one. Funny since I have one. lol
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    Re: G-Shocks with Small Form Factors

    Some of the 9000 series of mudmans were not necessarily huge if I can recall.
    The gw400 series were kind of in that range too, a little thick but not too wide.

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    Re: G-Shocks with Small Form Factors

    GW-M850 is slightly smaller and lighter than the 9000 Mudman.


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