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    G9100 low temp resistant?

    Is a gulfman (g9100) low tempreture resistant? This review claims that it is; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtXn9-tdMz4 thanks for all you're help.

    Gulfman G-9100 Test - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtXn9-tdMz4

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    Re: G9100 low temp resistant?

    Quote Originally Posted by KEY0005 View Post
    Is a gulfman (g9100) low tempreture resistant? This review claims that it is; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtXn9-tdMz4 thanks for all you're help.

    Gulfman G-9100 Test - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtXn9-tdMz4
    Yes, it seems to be. But it is not in the specifications given by Casio.

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    Re: G9100 low temp resistant?

    Yes, it probably is. Among the Master of G models though, the Mudman has been the only model explicitly described to be low temperature resistant (-20C).

    But nothing beats the discontinued WW-5100/5300 Wide Temp models, which can operate to a low of -30C.
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    Re: G9100 low temp resistant?

    I spent the last couple of days working in a food freezer (-24 degrees) wearing my mudman, still ticking just fine.
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    Re: G9100 low temp resistant?

    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    I spent the last couple of days working in a food freezer (-24 degrees) wearing my mudman, still ticking just fine.
    if you are wearing the watch on you, your body temp will bring the temp of the watch much higher than (-24 C degree)

    for a real test, you have to put the watch down and let it freeze by itself

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    Re: G9100 low temp resistant?

    Quote Originally Posted by stockae92 View Post
    if you are wearing the watch on you, your body temp will bring the temp of the watch much higher than (-24 C degree)

    for a real test, you have to put the watch down and let it freeze by itself
    I like the watch too much, and -24 is freaking cold! One more day and my work there will be done.
    autos: Hamilton navy pioneer(sold), stowa partitio, precista prs-22, stowa airman(sold), stowa antea 365, marathon sar(sold), vostok amphibian(sold), black mako(sold), seiko 5 military, sinn 556a

    quartz: maurice lacroix, swiss army field, wenger swiss military 2912x, marathon tsar, 2 mudmen, gulfman, breitling colt

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    Re: G9100 low temp resistant?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogeyman View Post
    Yes, it probably is. Among the Master of G models though, the Mudman has been the only model explicitly described to be low temperature resistant (-20C).

    But nothing beats the discontinued WW-5100/5300 Wide Temp models, which can operate to a low of -30C.
    Yes, the Mudman is low temperature resist from the Master of G series, and also I believe the Frogman is also a model specified to be low temperature resistant.

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    Re: G9100 low temp resistant?

    BTW isn't the new G-7900 meant for low temps?
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    Re: G9100 low temp resistant?

    g9100 the best.........
    for me yes.......
    for now...
    watches are meant to tell times..

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    Re: G9100 low temp resistant?

    I routinely wear my Muddy outside in -40 temps.

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