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    Does anyone know if the g2900f-1v can show the current time while simultaneously showing the stopwatch?

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    Re: G2900f-1v

    No.

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    Re: G2900f-1v

    Quote Originally Posted by twincity View Post
    No.
    Does your "no" mean nobody knows or "no" the watch does not have that capability?

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    I'm sure twincity either owns or owned one, so it'll be a 'no, it doesn't have that capability'.
    "The future is something which everyone reaches at the rate of sixty minutes an hour, whatever he does, whoever he is." C S Lewis

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    Re: G2900f-1v

    Sorry for the confusion. I own a G2900. The watch does not have the capability to show the time while simultaneously showing the stop watch. Coversely, the time is not show when the watch is in stop watch mode. However the time is shown when the watch is in countdown timer mode.

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    Re: G2900f-1v

    Thanks, John108108

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    Re: G2900f-1v

    [quote=Lexxorcist;1318020]I'm sure twincity either owns or owned one, so it'll be a 'no, it doesn't have that capability'.

    Thanks Lexxorcist. By the way I see you are interested in CS Lewis. Me too. Have you noticed your g-shock loosing time as you near the speed of light? I have called Casio about it and they said it is normal and not to worry about it. So everyone can relax now. Nothing wrong with your watches.

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