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    help with a ga 100

    hi my friends need some help here:
    https://lima-lima.olx.com.pe/gshock-...-iid-862129576
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    the position of the smallest hand (the small area in superior part could indicate a possible failure?

    i ask cause the ana-digi g shocks are a new topic for me all my colection are digital, and the price is good (90 soles = 26 usd
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    thanks for your advice

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    Re: help with a ga 100

    Quote Originally Posted by davidhjm View Post
    hi my friends need some help here:
    https://lima-lima.olx.com.pe/gshock-...-iid-862129576
    the question:


    the position of the smallest hand (the small area in superior part could indicate a possible failure?

    i ask cause the ana-digi g shocks are a new topic for me all my colection are digital, and the price is good (90 soles = 26 usd
    )
    thanks for your advice
    If the small hand is still working, its position can be adjusted using the following procedure.
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    Re: help with a ga 100

    thanks Garyk30 one more question just to be sure: it is not a fake right?

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    Re: help with a ga 100

    Quote Originally Posted by davidhjm View Post
    thanks Garyk30 one more question just to be sure: it is not a fake right?
    I'm not an expert on spotting fakes. Maybe someone else will comment on this.

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    Re: help with a ga 100

    The watch looks legit.

    The strap is aftermarket and the resin bezel is worn.
    So to get it fixed you will need a new strap (~20$).

    You can find this watch new for ~70$.

    There is not much money to save with this worn out one.
    But it might be a nice restoration/modding exercise.

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    Re: help with a ga 100

    Quote Originally Posted by d2mac View Post
    The watch looks legit.

    The strap is aftermarket and the resin bezel is worn.
    So to get it fixed you will need a new strap (~20$).

    You can find this watch new for ~70$.

    There is not much money to save with this worn out one.
    But it might be a nice restoration/modding exercise.
    Yes i think the same ‚ even i could use for spare parts for my gd 100
    I wrote to the seller but no answer

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