GMDS6900 vs DW-6900
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    GMDS6900 vs DW-6900

    I was browsing the G-Shock "S" sport ladies watches for my wife & saw this

    What a stunner & one hair from being the Destron Transformer DW-6900
    I wish they would do this in the DW-6900 line

    But something that really surprised me as I had never looked at the specs of these
    S models before is the specs themselves are quite good!

    Has world time...3 alarms... 2 normal + 1 snooze & a 5 year battery!
    I would love to see the DW-6900's get the same treatment/module specs.
    I know the GW solars have it but I dont care for solar/multi band etc myself.

    Check out this comparison that got me to notice this S model vs the Destron DW-6900

    Put some matte black resin on that S & your nearly there

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    Re: GMDS6900 vs DW-6900

    me thinks the ladies and thinner wristed males get a pretty good deal. Casio made a great marketing move when they seperated them from the BABY-G line.

    Heres my favorite - would love to see it in a GD-X6900 or even the standard DW6900.

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    Re: GMDS6900 vs DW-6900

    That is a cool pattern Kev ...I had not seen that one
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    Re: GMDS6900 vs DW-6900

    this S series is awesome in term of colors, and it is just a little bit smaller than your regular gshock, I don't see why I should not buy them and wear them, and the bezel doesn't even have the word Baby-G on it for guys who are scared of their masculine image

    i do rock my Baby-G frogman from time to time
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    Re: GMDS6900 vs DW-6900

    I really like this line of 6900 because they are smaller and fit my wrist better. I wish they made some matte black options.

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