Hi, I'm Pablo (that's spanish for Paul), sitting here in sweating Belgium (it's unusually hot these days) and going through the G-Shocking sites (¡dag Sjors !).
I do not own a G-Shock. Hmmm....
I used to own one: a very square-shaped all-black thing dating back to ... something like the later eighties. From the looks of it, it must have been a 5600 series. I have thin wrists with a protruding ...er... hand-pivot bone-head (sorry, I'm not a surgeon), and the watch kept banging against that anatomical part, so one day I attached it to the backstrap of my backpack, and at Malaga airport, it was ¡gone!.
I went to Poljot sites, love the look of those, but ...-20/+30 seconds per day...mmm...didn't appeal (OK, I agree mechanicals may be pieces of art, but I like precision).
So, I internetshopped and am awaiting the arrival of a G-7300-1VER. In fact, that was -in part- an error, because the heading of the page of that (German, ja) website clearly displayed the "atomic" and "solar" symbols, so I -wrongly- assumed it to be a radio-controlled watch... anyway, I'll keep it when I get it, because I realize the price of €92 (shipping included) would not get me much in way of atomics (exceptions barred, like that "police" series, the looks of which I don't like).
So, ¿a G-7300, hey? Well, I guess I landed in Frogland (¿or is it Mudland?) here, and maybe I'm showing my age. For all I assume, I must be by far the oldest person on this forum!
(Question: which group did that song, hey?)
Polite and respectful regards,
el Flamenco (¡Si!)