Help : GS1100B Info Required

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    Help : GS1100B Info Required

    Can anyone help me here...

    I own a couple of Shockers, the trusty AWG-101-1A and also the GS-1300B-1.

    I really have not warmed to the GS1300, I find the resin strap to thin in width for such a watch, also it does not have a backlight, and the alarm volume is pitiful... All of which are leading me to sell this one...

    Recently I have been looking at the GS-1100B-1AER and have a couple of questions to anyone who owns this watch, if they would be so kind to help me out.

    What is the width of the strap at the buckle? 19mm or 21mm.
    How is the alarm, do you think it is loud enough, is there hourly chime function?
    Does the 'second' hand actually function as a second hand, I have seen some G-Shocks where it only functions as an function indicator hand during normal timekeeping and lives at the 12 o'clock position...
    Is there a backlight?

    Anyone with knowledge of this watch and the time to answer some questions could help me on my way to my next Shocking purchase...

    Thanks

    Andy...

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    Re: Help : GS1100B Info Required

    Dont have my GS-1100 on hand but out of my memory:

    No houly chime
    Alarm is hard to hear for me
    3rd hand is only running in STW mode
    No backlite and weak lume...

    Anyhow, full metal screwback!

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    Re: Help : GS1100B Info Required

    d2mac,

    Thanks for the info, I will continue my search for the perfect analogue G-Shock...

    Chunky...

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