In the height of things......

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    In the height of things......

    ..with the release of the highly anticipated Riseman...i went shopping for a Gulfman G9100 (to pair up with my lonely Muddy G9000)....but exited the shop with something ELSE...i admit i was never really interested in this model....but now...owning one...i say its quite cool...with functions that u really never expected (or never really needed)...so the watch kinda suprises u! behold G7700
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    Re: In the height of things......

    Congrats on your choice, Justin, I have the G-7710, and its an interesting watch to have, lots of functions.

    Wear it well!

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    Re: In the height of things......

    Congrats on your most recent, Justin.

    Will you return for that Gulfman?

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    Re: In the height of things......

    Quote Originally Posted by Vintage View Post
    Congrats on your most recent, Justin.

    Will you return for that Gulfman?
    absolutely!

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    Re: In the height of things......

    Congratulations and good buy! I've got both 7700 and 7710 and imho, it's one of the best modules out there..and at that price point it's offered at ($89 list, but could be had for around $65-$72-ish depending on the vendor and discounts), you just can't beat it as far as "price-to-# of features" ratio is concerned...My ONLY complaint is that it isn't in a larger DW6600/6900 sized case since I personally like my watches to have some wrist presence when I wear them..but, I understand that for others, the light weight feeling on the wrist is what they want..Just my .02

    -Darin

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    Re: In the height of things......

    nice, seems like ur collection is growing.
    keep up the good work !!!!!!!!
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    Re: In the height of things......

    Congratulations for your buy. I have the one with the reverse display and I'm very pleased with it. It is ideal for sports (for me, swimming and running)

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    Re: In the height of things......

    Nice watch. Good choice.

    I bought a TLC muddy recently.

    waiting...waiting..waiting......

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    Re: In the height of things......

    I have looked at the 7700 series more than once. Unfortunately parts of the display are too small for me to see clearly, so it is a no go for me. Hope it all works great for you.

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