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    hello and thank you

    hi,

    i've been a lurker here for some time and i decided to register.
    this is THE place to get information about anything gshock and i'd like to thank all the forum members for the amazing amount of information available at this forum.

    i've owned several models, and gave away most of them to friends, sold some and kept two.
    i also have some analog watches (a fortis flieger, seiko orange monster and a quartz traser) but always keep coming back to the casio line.

    i'm waiting for the new mudman and gulfman to get here (portugal) so i can get one of those and hope this will keep me happy for a little while.

    i'll be coming back often.
    thanks again.

    if i may i leave three photos of some of my watches and will post new ones when 'mid-september' finally happens...


    (this is the one getting more wrist time at the moment)


    (not casio but a very nice - and heavy - watch)


    (amazing, amazing night lume, but too thin for my taste)

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    Re: hello and thank you

    Welcome to the forum maique

    Interesting selection of watches you have there.

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    Welcome, maique!
    I used to list my watches here until I realised it ruined people's Google searches...

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    Re: hello and thank you

    WELCOME ABOARD MAIQUE

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    Re: hello and thank you

    Hello, and great eclectic collection you've got there!
    Stuck in landlocked Atlanta.
    My divers:
    Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon White "Mad Cow"
    Doxa Sub750T Caribbean
    Stowa Seatime ProDiver (Black)
    Seikos: 6105, 6309, 7002, 7S26, and 6R15 Divers
    G Shocks: DW5600, DW6100, DW6600, DW9000, G9000 Mudman, G9100 Gulfman, MTG900, GW200 Frogman, GS1000 Giez and a dozen more!




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    Re: hello and thank you

    Hello and welcome to the forum.
    kev

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    Re: hello and thank you

    Hi maique,

    Welcome to the forum

    Great shot of the Monster you got there

    Here are my Seikos:

    Current:

    1ST Generation King Seiko (2nd model). This vintage is in pristine condition.




    A very classy Seiko Laurel. The demand is very high for this model.


    Gone with the wind:

    SUS 4S15- Very famous military watch. The black is much rarer.


    Historical collection- 600m , mega big watch



    Welcome again and hope you enjoyed the pics.

    cheers~
    SKy

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    Re: hello and thank you

    thanks, everyone.

    a consequence of this forum is that i'm trying to stealth a watch on my first day as a poster.
    unfortunately we don't get the goo stuff around here and i'm trying the soap&water method...
    managed to get the red paint out, barely, but the white markings are driving me crazy...


    i guess the g-7500 is not the ideal candidate for a stealth job, with the metalic parts and everything. but i was just so stoked with the photos i've seen in the forum, i had to give it a go...

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    Re: hello and thank you

    I like the G-7500. The large display and vibrating alarm are great features rarely found.
    "The future is something which everyone reaches at the rate of sixty minutes an hour, whatever he does, whoever he is." C S Lewis

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    Re: hello and thank you

    Bienvenido al foro

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