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    Hello guys


    sorry if the point has already been answered but so far I couldn't find anything.

    I am currently looking at those gw-a1000, they look nice definitively. However could you educate me about the different variant? I know about the RAF one but I saw the rubber variant is generaly referenced as gw-a1000-1ajf and I saw an ad for a gw-a1000-1adr and some aer... I'm lost! waht are the differences aer, adr, ajf?


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    ps: I have a 7'25 wrist, could someone with same kind of wrist dimension post a wristshot?

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    Re: gw-a1000 education

    From what I know they have the same module, the variants are based on cosmetic differences.
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    I have the AJF model and personally love the color scheme. Black and red seems to be a popular color combo for G-Shocks and I have a severe lack of Blue in my collection. As lvt stated, all of them have the same module, just different color variations. Here is a shot of mine on my wrist. My wrist is right around the size of yours:

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    Re: gw-a1000 education

    Quote Originally Posted by bricem13 View Post
    waht are the differences aer, adr, ajf?


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    ps: I have a 7'25 wrist, could someone with same kind of wrist dimension post a wristshot?

    I thought the AJF, AER, ADF simply referred to the market that the watch would be released in. ER is for Europe. DF is for the Americas, and JF is for Japan


    The trim level would be following the 1000, so GW-A1000 is the standard, GW-A1000D is the bracelet model, GW-A1000FC is the special resin bracelet model, GW-A1000RAF is the RAF model, etc.....

    The AJF, AER, ADF following all that are not important (just where that particular watch was intended for release)

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    Re: gw-a1000 education

    when does the all black stealth version come out?

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    Get this one... Love the metal bracelet.

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    Re: gw-a1000 education

    + 1 on Kung's reply...

    Also if you look here: Casio: G-Shock GW-A1000AJF GW-Axxxx photos, videos and specifications GWA1000AJF | Watch Archive

    You will also see this stated near the bottom of the page: "Alternate Casio model numbers: GWA1000AJF GW-A1000A GW-A1000ADR GWA1000A GWA1000ADR
    These are all the exact same watch, but they were labeled differently for each market. Packaging might vary between them."



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    Re: gw-a1000 education

    Quote Originally Posted by kung-fusion View Post
    I thought the AJF, AER, ADF simply referred to the market that the watch would be released in. ER is for Europe. DF is for the Americas, and JF is for Japan


    The trim level would be following the 1000, so GW-A1000 is the standard, GW-A1000D is the bracelet model, GW-A1000FC is the special resin bracelet model, GW-A1000RAF is the RAF model, etc.....

    The AJF, AER, ADF following all that are not important (just where that particular watch was intended for release)
    I think you are correct. I was basing mine off of Watch Shock's archive of G-Shock models, which are not always accurate in model name in some instances.
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    GPS will tell you all. The first GWA1000 is the RAF.
    http://g-shock.jp/products/advanced-...4__funcstype=1

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    Perfect. Tanks for the replies.

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