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    GW2000 V GW3500

    Does anyone have any comparison shots of the above. I currently have a GW2000 and am interested to hear how it compares to the GW3500 from a size and legibility aspect.

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    Re: GW2000 V GW3500

    I don't have the GW-2000 anymore but the GW-2500 has the same case so maybe this might help:


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    Last edited by Sedi; May 13th, 2012 at 18:15.
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    Re: GW2000 V GW3500

    Quote Originally Posted by Sedi View Post
    I don't have the GW-2000 anymore but the GW-2500 has the same case so maybe this might help:


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    I must be honest with you Sedi. Your recent wrist shot of GW-3500 have making want to get 1 too :D

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    Re: GW2000 V GW3500

    Thanks. From your picture the GW3500 appears much larger - does it wear that way too? Also which is most easily read?

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    Re: GW2000 V GW3500

    It does wear slightly larger but not much - if you can wear the GW-2000/2500 you can wear the GW-3000/3500 with no problems. It's equally comfy, too. The positive displays on the GW-2500B are of course easier to read - especially since the displays on the 3500 are smaller despite the fact that it's the larger watch. But the contrast on the display is very good. And the yellow hands really pop so reading the time is easy. I like it a lot - the yellow/black combi looks really cool and the domed crystal is also very nice. Only flaw I think is the fact that the PM-indicator above the small world-time dial at "3" o'clock is missing - the GW-2500 is better in that aspect because it shows time on the subdial with PM. But since I always set the worldtime to NYC which is exactly 6 hrs earlier than CET (right now it's CEST to be precise) - it's no problem.

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    Last edited by Sedi; May 13th, 2012 at 23:08.
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