Good deal at Costco here in SoCal.

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    Good deal at Costco here in SoCal.

    Picked up this GW-530 for $74.


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    Re: Good deal at Costco here in SoCal.

    Bargain Adrian I wish we had Cozco here

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    Re: Good deal at Costco here in SoCal.

    Best part is that Costco offers a lifetime warranty, return it for any reason. A friend of mine returned a TagHuer that was beaten to hell over 3 years and finally stopped working. He got all of his cash back!

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    Re: Good deal at Costco here in SoCal.

    Great service Adrian

    G-Shock's are actually very expensive in Australia.

    I see models on EBay for US$45.00 and instore Australia for AU$199.00!

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    Re: Good deal at Costco here in SoCal.

    i just picked one up today too. my first G!

    wore it all day, i like it a lot

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    Re: Good deal at Costco here in SoCal.

    I got a GW-500A (different color) some time ago. It's the only G I have currently, but its a great watch. The atomic time is nice, and the snooze alarm is actually one of my favorite features as it constantly reminds me to go to bed lol. The time memo at first seemed to be useless to me, but now I use it for a couple of important things. For instance, my contacts are supposed to be disposed of after about 3 weeks time, but I often times didn't know how long I had kept a particular set. Now, I record the date I started using a set, and when I think its time to change my contacts I can double check to make sure! Another idea is to use it to keep count of things over a period of time.

    Anyway, nice G. =)

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    Re: Good deal at Costco here in SoCal.

    Hi TomG,

    I think you are the first person that I've heard of here that uses the time memo feature. At least someone has put it to good use.

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    Re: Good deal at Costco here in SoCal.

    Quote Originally Posted by TomG
    For instance, my contacts are supposed to be disposed of after about 3 weeks time, but I often times didn't know how long I had kept a particular set. Now, I record the date I started using a set, and when I think its time to change my contacts I can double check to make sure! Another idea is to use it to keep count of things over a period of time.
    That's a brilliant idea, I too have forgotten how long I've kept a set for... never thought of using the Time Stamp for that.

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