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    re: GWM-B5000 Titanium

    Quote Originally Posted by g-addict View Post
    Thanks for the corrections. This was a rather sloppier post than usual as I did it on an ipad for the first time and there were broken links and incorrect info partially due to being sleep deprived. Wife just delivered our first child two days ago and we’ll be back home tomorrow, but this was pretty big news so I didn’t want to wait.
    Congrats and get some sleep while you can!
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    Wonder if this new titanium model has a DLC finish??

    And don't say it can't, for $1,500. The SS model did for $1,200.
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    re: GWM-B5000 Titanium

    Same here. His name is Yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by Time4Playnow View Post
    Wonder if this new titanium model has a DLC finish??

    And don't say it can't, for $1,500. The SS model did for $1,200.
    Yeah man, that's a lot of coin. Don't gimme no black IP for $1500! And sapphire crystal please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric.S View Post
    I think it’s already consensus that there will NEVER be the perfect G or one G to kill all others, simply because people changes, mood changes, taste changes, preference changes. Even if one are able to put all wishlist of functions and features and aesthetics into one one watch, he would always want a different color, or shape, or a minimalistic change due to the mood of the day.
    True, yeah there is no "perfect" G or watch, for that matter. Still, this one 'could be' a G killer for SOME people. (Those who might only have one G total)

    It could definitely "displace" a lot of other Gs, for me. Especially as I consolidate my collection in the coming years to something very small.

    If it is FULLY titanium, AND has DLC, AND sapphire.......you're talking about a G that can't get much better, IMO.

    Also curious, for those who know - did the GW-T5030 have a screwback Ti case? If this one does, it will be one of very few Gs with a Ti screwback case...
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    Brushed silver non blingy titanium for me please.

    “It’s possible that other color options will be available at launch or later on.”

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    re: GWM-B5000 Titanium

    Quote Originally Posted by Time4Playnow View Post

    Also curious, for those who know - did the GW-T5030 have a screwback Ti case? If this one does, it will be one of very few Gs with a Ti screwback case...
    Quoted from Sjors blog: "The GW-T5030C Titanium. It is 6-4 grade titanium alloy which is made up of 90% Titanium, 6% Aluminum and 4% Vanadium: the stronger and stiffer of the two must commonly used types of titanium. The bezel screws, buttons, buckle, case, case back and keeper are all made of this alloy: of which the buttons, buckle and keeper are brown copper and the case and case back are dark grey. On the other the buckle springs, buckle spring rods, e-clips for buttons and spring rods are all made of steel"
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    Quote Originally Posted by acadian View Post
    Quoted from Sjors blog: "The GW-T5030C Titanium. It is 6-4 grade titanium alloy which is made up of 90% Titanium, 6% Aluminum and 4% Vanadium: the stronger and stiffer of the two must commonly used types of titanium. The bezel screws, buttons, buckle, case, case back and keeper are all made of this alloy: of which the buttons, buckle and keeper are brown copper and the case and case back are dark grey. On the other the buckle springs, buckle spring rods, e-clips for buttons and spring rods are all made of steel"

    And here's the case back:


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    re: GWM-B5000 Titanium

    Quote Originally Posted by acadian View Post
    Quoted from Sjors blog: "The GW-T5030C Titanium. It is 6-4 grade titanium alloy which is made up of 90% Titanium, 6% Aluminum and 4% Vanadium: the stronger and stiffer of the two must commonly used types of titanium. The bezel screws, buttons, buckle, case, case back and keeper are all made of this alloy: of which the buttons, buckle and keeper are brown copper and the case and case back are dark grey. On the other the buckle springs, buckle spring rods, e-clips for buttons and spring rods are all made of steel"
    So when are you gonna custom build one of these?
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    Firstly great find @Servus and thanks for sharing Very very nice. If this will be a limited edition ( like 200,300, 500 or so ) then you guys are doomed Luckily I’m immune to any squares but perhaps there will be another G Shock Titanium (e.g. Frogman... ) in not so distant future. Happy hunting gents and good luck

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