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    Help me pick a shower G/ beater, Casio 5610 vs G6900

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    Pros:
    Classic design
    I like the black face contrast with the white.
    Solar of course.

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    Pros:
    Classic design
    Small
    Light
    Like the layout of the display
    Solar
    Atomic (doesn't work in my country anyways)
    Cons :
    A bit more expensive than the 6900

    Which one would you chose? Which one has bigger digits and clearer display?
    Which buttons are easier to press? Which strap is more comfortable?

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    Re: Help me pick a shower G/ beater, Casio 5610 vs G6900

    I can't get past "shower G". Besides water resistance, I could care less about solar/atomic/how easy buttons are to press while I'm in the shower.

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    Re: Help me pick a shower G/ beater, Casio 5610 vs G6900

    A shower G ?! I really do not get why people shower with a watch, I mean it's just a few minutes besides no watch means better access to actually wash your wrist.
    That being said, if I really wanna check the time during shower I'd put a big clock on the wall.

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    Re: Help me pick a shower G/ beater, Casio 5610 vs G6900

    Lol
    It's not just for the shower
    Shower /running /beach
    Anywhere i don't take my Frogman
    I save it from warm water/ salty water and soaps and stuff, i assume it will add a few years to its lifetime
    Besides
    I don't get people who shower without a watch...
    If i need to catch the train and i don't know what time it is.. It makes me nervous.
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    Re: Help me pick a shower G/ beater, Casio 5610 vs G6900

    Quote Originally Posted by watchw View Post
    Lol
    It's not just for the shower
    Shower /running /beach
    Anywhere i don't take my Frogman
    I save it from warm water/ salty water and soaps and stuff, i assume it will add a few years to its lifetime
    Besides
    I don't get people who shower without a watch...
    If i need to catch the train and i don't know what time it is.. It makes me nervous.
    I know right! One time I forgot to wear a watch, I was in the shower for hours because I lost track of time..

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    Re: Help me pick a shower G/ beater, Casio 5610 vs G6900

    Quote Originally Posted by watchw View Post
    Lol
    It's not just for the shower
    Shower /running /beach
    Anywhere i don't take my Frogman
    I save it from warm water/ salty water and soaps and stuff, i assume it will add a few years to its lifetime
    Besides
    I don't get people who shower without a watch...
    If i need to catch the train and i don't know what time it is.. It makes me nervous.
    Well, In that case, how about GD350 ? Bigger digits and sharp contrast.
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    Re: Help me pick a shower G/ beater, Casio 5610 vs G6900

    Quote Originally Posted by watchw View Post
    Which one would you chose?
    Neither, I would pick a DW-6900 or a DW-5600E


    cheers
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    Re: Help me pick a shower G/ beater, Casio 5610 vs G6900

    Sadly i only want solar, i don't want to mess with batteries, but it's excellent otherwise!
    Quote Originally Posted by hishammsm View Post
    Well, In that case, how about GD350 ? Bigger digits and sharp contrast.

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    Re: Help me pick a shower G/ beater, Casio 5610 vs G6900

    Quote Originally Posted by watchw View Post
    Sadly i only want solar, i don't want to mess with batteries, but it's excellent otherwise!
    Obviously you never had a lithium battery powered G, otherwise you wouldn't keep posting that nonsense about "messing with batts". Besides, I tell you a secret pal: the GD-350, DW-5600 and DW-6900 can show you the current time while in stw and/or cdt mode - so while you are under the shower you can time how long to scrub your cucumber and still see the time to catch your train....


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    Re: Help me pick a shower G/ beater, Casio 5610 vs G6900

    Oh my gosh!! Watching football on tv and scrolling thru the forum. Now I am laughing out loud about calculating cucumber scrub time!

    Thanks Cal. :)
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