GL-110 - lovely example fished from the bay

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    GL-110 - lovely example fished from the bay

    Thought i'd share some pics of a GL-110 that arrived today. I got this for £6.50 and it is absolutely like new

    I love the metal case, adds a nice bit of heft just like my DW-9200. The negative display is a little hard to read at times, but does add a bit of cool to any watch .

    A few pics, please excuse dust
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    Re: GL-110 - lovely example fished from the bay

    lovely stuff Russ but spare a thought for the poor git who lost a great watch for less than the price of 2 pints lol!

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    Re: GL-110 - lovely example fished from the bay

    Quote Originally Posted by hoochy View Post
    lovely stuff Russ but spare a thought for the poor git who lost a great watch for less than the price of 2 pints lol!
    I know what you mean but tbh it's what the bay is about for me, plus if the guy just had it laying about in a drawer like he said, then £6.50 is better than gathering dust!

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...MEWN:IT&ih=018

    Imo, if he'd used a few nicer photos and a better description he'd have made a lot more money on this. Plus the fact that he listed it as new will have meant it going under the radar of a lot of G-Shock bargain hunters who'll be looking at used listings primarily .

    Russ

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    True true, nice watch, I know from mine it hasa nice weighty solid feel and a good compact design. The reverse EL is great aint it? Although I don't know how that goes on a neg display?

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    Great bargain! Congrats!
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    Hi Rusty,

    That's a lot of watch for that price and a screwback as bonus too! Great snag. Congratulations,

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    Re: GL-110 - lovely example fished from the bay

    Great find and buy Rusty! Congrats
    Wear what you like.

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    Re: GL-110 - lovely example fished from the bay

    Thanks guys, i really like the screwback models..............i flip a lot of watches, but this one i think will be a keeper

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    The fact that it actually fits my wrist (just) helps too

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    Hi Rusty,

    That sounds good. I thought the straps did not look so big, but the appearently are. Wear in good health!

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