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    GD-400 craving

    Hello,

    Got a GD-400 itch I need to scratch.
    Can't decide on the blue or black.
    I have seen them both in the resin.
    They fit a small wrist pretty well.I'm leaning toward the blue as the bull bars at least match the buckle. And a positive display.
    In any case, someone sway me one way or the other.
    I have my pros and cons of each and would like to hear yours.
    Thanks.

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    Re: GD-400 craving

    Black.

    Black goes with anything and looks great.

    The blue one...well it's nice too and the positive display is a plus.

    But I love the look of the black one but black G Shocks are a habit with me.
    “Time is an illusion.” ― Albert Einstein

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    Re: GD-400 craving

    Thanks. I do hear you as I love black also.
    I need to decide more pos or neg display.
    Neg is cool, but pos is more functional.
    If I get one, maybe I'll get the other also : )

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    Re: GD-400 craving

    I am a fan of positive displays and blue watches. If it were me I would go with blue. Be different, everyone under the sun has a black G-Shock.
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    Re: GD-400 craving

    another blue, positive lover.

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    Re: GD-400 craving

    Another vote for the Blue, you won't be disappointed with the GD-400 its a great watch...

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    Re: GD-400 craving

    Blue.

    I have seen 3 versions (red, black and blue) in the shop. IMHO black's negative display is hard to read (harder than in my GX-56-1A and GD-X6900CM-8). What about red?

    Here you can see a lot of pictures...

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f17/gd-...d-1063191.html

    ... and of course please join the thread when you buy the watch. 8-)

    Cheers, Piowa

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    Got the blue, like it a lot!!!

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    Re: GD-400 craving

    It was a tough choice. I picked up the blue.
    The red one is nice also. They had one there. I like the red pos display dial.
    But blue for now. Very cool G.
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    Re: GD-400 craving

    I had the same thought as you. Am in thoughts of either black, blue or orange. Like black Gs as it matches any occasion and ended up saying NO to black as it's a negative display. Chose orange instead and it is readable under the sun. Negative display is hard to see.

    By the way, where are you from ? How much you got your GD400 for in your currency?

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