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    Re: GW-2000B - To buy or not to buy?

    Buy
    or you can consider a GW-2500 ...



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    Re: GW-2000B - To buy or not to buy?

    Nice! Like the G-Shock Clock too!
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    Re: GW-2000B - To buy or not to buy?

    Quote Originally Posted by joost73 View Post
    Buy
    or you can consider a GW-2500 ...

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    Re: GW-2000B - To buy or not to buy?

    GW-2000 is my first G-Shock, and I never regret it ( also because digital is not my taste). A very attractive G-Shock, more casual and sporty than the usual digital G-Shock.
    But with its rubber strap and thickness, I seriously doubt it can go well with suit tho.

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    Re: GW-2000B - To buy or not to buy?

    Hey Johnny,

    I did a review on my 2000 - it's the BD version so if anything even that bit more formal (ish).

    I have to say, its pretty incompatible with a shirt, suit combo. Leave aside the looks, which of course are subjective, its side profile is just too steep to let a shirt cuff sit properly (even the suit cuff hangs up on it). And I wear french cuffs & cuff links and still find this.

    Aside from that consideration, its a great watch. The only thing that dates its function set for me is lack of tough movement. Otherwise, its still an excellent time piece and has sufficient function for a sporadic user of stopwatch/countdown timer (i.e. nice to have them, but obviously not overly functional because of the small dial - getting that much info on the dial is however impressive).

    If I wanted this functionality to wear with a suit, I think Sedi's edifice is a better option.

    The G-Shock in my collection that matches suited & booted look best is my MRG-110T. If I want something slightly more low profile I go to my i-range.

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