Green, Green, Rocky Road: DW-6900CC-3CR - Quick and Dirty

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    Green, Green, Rocky Road: DW-6900CC-3CR - Quick and Dirty

    I've decided to keep the blue "CC". Not as sure about the green, which arrived yesterday evening:










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    Re: Green, Green, Rocky Road: DW-6900CC-3CR - Quick and Dirty

    I agree with you on the blue one-it's very cool indeed.
    This one however just doesn't do it for me. Maybe the colour of the dial?

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    Re: Green, Green, Rocky Road: DW-6900CC-3CR - Quick and Dirty

    I like this one!

    I like all of the new Crazy color DW-6900 and I think you should keep it!

    But my fave is the metallic purple G-Shock Man Box watch and the blue Crazy Color one.
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    Re: Green, Green, Rocky Road: DW-6900CC-3CR - Quick and Dirty

    Quote Originally Posted by Kronos View Post
    I've decided to keep the blue "CC". Not as sure about the green, which arrived yesterday evening:









    keep it and swap the modules on em i bet that would look cool

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    Re: Green, Green, Rocky Road: DW-6900CC-3CR - Quick and Dirty

    Keep the blue, let the green go...

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    Re: Green, Green, Rocky Road: DW-6900CC-3CR - Quick and Dirty

    I spent too much money on a lime green Paul Smith shirt a few years ago.

    Never liked it, never wore it, never sold it either

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    The green model was the first model my girlfriend reacted on when she saw one on my monitor. I think it's a cool color.

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    Re: Green, Green, Rocky Road: DW-6900CC-3CR - Quick and Dirty

    I like it. I wouldn't wear it myself, but I think the colours work well together.
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    Re: Green, Green, Rocky Road: DW-6900CC-3CR - Quick and Dirty

    Quote Originally Posted by David S View Post
    I like it. I wouldn't wear it myself, but I think the colours work well together.
    I wore it the other night at a casual dinner with my wife and some VERY middle aged friends. (Like me, they're 54). They thought it was, shall we say, amusing, that a geezer like me was wearing a very bright, metallic green plastic watch -- which they associated with kids.

    I'm still going back and forth on this one. I'm curious to see the purple one as well.

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    Re: Green, Green, Rocky Road: DW-6900CC-3CR - Quick and Dirty

    Hey Kronos, can you post your pics of the blue one, or a link to a thread that has them?

    Cheers

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