GW9400 Rangeman on GW9110 Gulfman band
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    GW9400 Rangeman on GW9110 Gulfman band

    Hello all,

    I recently bought a GW9400 Rangeman but for some reason, the band just somehow doesn't feel quite right on my 6.75 inch wrist. I was strip cleaning it today and when I was looking at the strap once its out of the watch, I remembered I had a GW9110 band laying around, so for fun and giggles, I dug it out and tried it on. It's actually not too bad a fit and my puny wrist doesn't look as puny now that I have a slimmer profile band on.

    There is a slight but mostly unnoticeable gap between the band and the watch, but it doesn't look too bad, in fact, it looks like some of the band on my other older watches like a DW6600 that had softened and stretched out slightly.

    I was considering going the NATO/ZULU adapter route but I am kind of happy with my accidental result today, what do you all think?

    I think now my Rangeman is also Rust Resist! LOL! (see last picture)

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    Re: GW9400 Rangeman on GW9110 Gulfman band

    I have a Gulfman GW-9110. It has one of the most flexible and comfortable straps among all of my G-Shocks. It's good to know that it will also fit on a Rangeman.

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    Re: GW9400 Rangeman on GW9110 Gulfman band

    Or on a Froggy strap*








    *little modification IS requared
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    Re: GW9400 Rangeman on GW9110 Gulfman band

    Looks great!
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    Re: GW9400 Rangeman on GW9110 Gulfman band

    That looks nice. Which model Froggy is that strap from? I think I may have to try it out.

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    Re: GW9400 Rangeman on GW9110 Gulfman band

    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus Ng View Post
    That looks nice. Which model Froggy is that strap from? I think I may have to try it out.
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    Re: GW9400 Rangeman on GW9110 Gulfman band

    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus Ng View Post
    That looks nice. Which model Froggy is that strap from? I think I may have to try it out.
    Thinking about doing this could you please provide some more details about the mod? And any more pictures would be appreciated

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    Re: GW9400 Rangeman on GW9110 Gulfman band

    Excellent mod.

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    Re: GW9400 Rangeman on GW9110 Gulfman band

    NIce - like it better then stock.
    Regards.

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