Gw-m5600-1cr .vs. Gw2300f-4

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    Gw-m5600-1cr .vs. Gw2300f-4

    hi every one i have an impotrant question. im about to buy a new watch for trainings and finally i found two watches i like (writen in the title). now...which of them you guys think will be better? and why.

    p.s. if you recommend me to buy another watch im open for options.
    and can you tell me the differences between the:
    GW2300F-4, GW2300F-4V, GW-2300F-4 , GW2300F 4, GW2300F ,

    thank you
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    Re: Gw-m5600-1cr .vs. Gw2300f-4

    No difference, it's just that the model numbers have been quoted in different forms.
    I used to list my watches here until I realised it ruined people's Google searches...

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    Re: Gw-m5600-1cr .vs. Gw2300f-4

    Quote Originally Posted by tribe125 View Post
    No difference, it's just that the model numbers have been quoted in different forms.
    i see...
    thank you for answering, what model do you think is better? the 5600 or the 2300?

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    Re: Gw-m5600-1cr .vs. Gw2300f-4

    I would go for the M5600... because I love mine ;)

    Both are atomic/solar models, same basic functions. While the CDT of the M5600 is only 60 minutes the one of the 2300 is up to 24 hours. The STW of 5600 measures 1000 hours and the one of the 2300 24 hours.

    The look is totally different... classic square the 5600, polygonal the 2300.

    Just a matter of personal taste which one you should buy. As already said... I prefer the 5600 ;)
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    What kind of training? I love my 7710. Dual timers and stopwatch. One of the best modules, IMO.

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    Hook 'Em!!

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    Re: Gw-m5600-1cr .vs. Gw2300f-4

    Quote Originally Posted by Tsip85 View Post
    What kind of training? I love my 7710. Dual timers and stopwatch. One of the best modules, IMO.

    Sent from the office of the reincarnated President of the Republic of Texas
    trainings like runing, gym, swiming. i need a strong watch....like all the g -shocks

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    Re: Gw-m5600-1cr .vs. Gw2300f-4

    For running and working out, I highly suggest this watch. I love mine and use it when I run. It can save your last workout time and has too many features to list. Looks great, as a G should, and is reasonably priced.

    G7710-1 - G-Shock - Timepiece - Products - CASIO

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    • Shock Resistant
    • 200M Water Resistant
    • Auto EL Backlight with Afterglow
    • Dual Time
    • World Time
      29 time zones (48 cities), city code display, daylight saving on/off
      Week and Day number display.
    • 4 Multi-function Alarms and 1 Snooze Alarm
      Alarm Repeat Patterns: daily, once, weekend, Weekday
    • Countdown Timer (TR1)
      Measuring unit: 1 second
      Countdown range: 1 minute to 100 hours
      Other: Auto-repeat Function (Timer-to-timer, 5 repeats)
    • Countdown Timer (TR2)
      Measuring unit: 1 second
      Countdown range: 1 minute to 100 hours
      Other: Auto-repeat Function (Timer-to-timer, 5 repeats)
    • 1/1000 second stopwatch
      Measuring capacity: Lap time 59'59.999"; Split time 9:59'59.999"
      Measuring modes: Elapsed time, lap/split times
      Memory Capacity: 2 Elapsed time records, each w/ 100 entries (1 elapsed time entry, 99 lap split time entries)
      Recorded Data: Elapsed time, lap/split times, lap/split numbers, best lap and number, month, date, time
      Other: Auto-start
    • Hourly Time Signal
    • Signal Repeat Patterns: specified start/end time, daily, weekend, Weekday
    • Flash Alert (stopwatch auto-start, countdown timer time up alarm, countdown timer progress beeper, alarms, hourly time signal)
      Button operation tone on/off
    • Auto Calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2099)
    • 12/24 Hour Formats
    • Accuracy: +/-15 seconds per month
    • Battery: CR2025
    • Approx. battery life: 5 years
    • Module 3095
    Hook 'Em!!

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    Re: Gw-m5600-1cr .vs. Gw2300f-4

    Quote Originally Posted by yairfk View Post
    i see...
    thank you for answering, what model do you think is better? the 5600 or the 2300?
    Purely a matter of personal preference, I think. Just buy the one that 'calls you' the most.
    I used to list my watches here until I realised it ruined people's Google searches...

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