Is the gulfman resistant to low temps and mud?
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    Cool Is the gulfman resistant to low temps and mud?

    So i have a question, is the gulfman resistant to low temps if its not on my wrist? And the other questions is if the gulfman can handle the mud, will it get on the buttons?

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    Re: Is the gulfman resistant to low temps and mud?

    Yes,it is.And yes it can handle mud as well as the mudman if that's what you're asking.Like pretty much any other g-shock.

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    Re: Is the gulfman resistant to low temps and mud?

    Thanks for reply!

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    Re: Is the gulfman resistant to low temps and mud?

    The Gulfman is not advertised as mud resistant and it does not have the completely sealed bezel like the Mudman models or the GX-56 - the G-5500 also has sealed buttons but no back protector like the Mudman/GX. So it can handle dust and mud to the same degree as any other Casio - true. It is also not advertised as low temp resistant - at least not to the same degree as a G-9000 or G-7900. And the low temp models do make a difference - I tested it myself. The LCD reacts quicker in low temperatures than on a normal G.

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    Re: Is the gulfman resistant to low temps and mud?

    While the Gulfman is not mud resist designed, it is rust resistant due to titanium case parts. Mud can always be washed away, but rust isn't so easy to dispatch. However, if you do get "into the mud" a lot, I'd definitely go with a Mudman for ease of clean-up. The Gulfman is not low temp rated, but I've worn basic CASIO watches in the snow and not seen any noticeable lag. Low temp only comes in handy under extreme cold conditions.
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