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    I own Riseman, want something smaller!

    Hi,

    I'm looking for a new digital watch, I own the Riseman but want a smaller watch. I like the atomic and solar function so was thinking of GWM5600. This looks smaller, anyone tried both?

    Or any other suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by everlong View Post
    Hi,

    I'm looking for a new digital watch, I own the Riseman but want a smaller watch. I like the atomic and solar function so was thinking of GWM5600. This looks smaller, anyone tried both?

    Or any other suggestions?


    How about an atomic Gulfman?

    Gw-9110

    It is smaller than the riseman
    Or any of the small atomic squares like the gw-m5610 are much smaller
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    Re: I own Riseman, want something smaller!

    I have a Riseman and a collection of 5600's. Love them both, but the 5600 is more compact...

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    Re: I own Riseman, want something smaller!

    The 5600 is the smalles "real" G currently in production.
    In fact its a whole series of watches with very different feature set and the same smaller form factor.

    There are mini-Gs and Baby-Gs, too.

    So the GW-M5610 is a save bet when it comes to functionality in a smaller housing.
    The 6900 line is larger (bulkier) then the Riseman.
    You can go ana-digi with the small AWG-M100, same footprint then the 5600 but somewhat bulkier.
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    Re: I own Riseman, want something smaller!

    I like the square look on the GWM5600.
    Is there any other square looking with atomic and solar in a smaller size than Riseman?

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    Re: I own Riseman, want something smaller!

    Quote Originally Posted by d2mac View Post
    The 5600 is the smalles "real" G currently in production.
    In fact its a whole series of watches with very different feature set and the same smaller form factor.

    There are mini-Gs and Baby-Gs, too.

    So the GW-M5610 is a save bet when it comes to functionality in a smaller housing.
    The 6900 line is larger (bulkier) then the Riseman.
    You can go ana-digi with the small AWG-M100, same footprint then the 5600 but somewhat bulkier.
    The GWM-850 is the smallest round digital G I'm aware of. Prices have shot up recently on the black version, so perhaps it has been discontinued.
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    Re: I own Riseman, want something smaller!

    I have the Rangeman and the GW-M5610, sometimes I love to use the square because is compact, small but complete to indicate time and date, solar and "atomic", nice layout for readability... The price is competitive.



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    Re: I own Riseman, want something smaller!

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryK30 View Post
    The GWM-850 is the smallest round digital G I'm aware of. Prices have shot up recently on the black version, so perhaps it has been discontinued.
    I've noticed the exact same thing! The black version's in short supply everywhere and prices are higher than before (some places crazy high). However, they still have the white resin version everywhere, but obviously not everyone likes that style. I kind of regret now for not getting a black resin one when the price was lower.
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