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    Genuine equivalent to this knockoff

    My boss recently gave me this watch as a "beater work watch" and I like it quite a bit. What would the closest genuine g shock to this one be? Im very interested in picking one up
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    Re: Genuine equivalent to this knockoff


    There are probably different colors available.
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    Re: Genuine equivalent to this knockoff

    Thats perfect! do you know the model number of it?

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    Re: Genuine equivalent to this knockoff

    Quote Originally Posted by Kinboat View Post
    Thats perfect! do you know the model number of it?
    That particular version is a GW-3500B-1A.

    https://www.casio.com/products/archi...ock/gw3500b-1a

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    Re: Genuine equivalent to this knockoff

    You might also look at the various Mudmaster models: GWG-1000, GG-1000 and GWG-100.

    https://www.gshock.com/watches/master-of-g/gwg1000-1a3

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    https://www.gshock.com/watches/master-of-g/gg1000-1a3

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    https://www.gshock.com/watches/master-of-g/gwg100-1a8

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    There are different colorways of each model. The GWG models are solar/atomic. The GG models use conventional batteries.

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    Re: Genuine equivalent to this knockoff

    Thank you very much. Kinda bummed its not still in production though

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    I was considering a gg for a while, I might just have to pick one up now

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    Re: Genuine equivalent to this knockoff

    A less expensive ana-digi option with a second hand is the GA-800.

    https://www.casio.com/products/watches/g-shock/ga800-1a

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    Re: Genuine equivalent to this knockoff

    That one is very nice as well. I havent owned an analog g yet and im itching to get one.

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    Re: Genuine equivalent to this knockoff

    Does the little dude in the upper right screen tick around?
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