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    Long time no see guys >>>

    Just having a quick moment to myself i hope your all ok, and all set for christmas ,

    But what id really like to ask you guys seens as its the season of snow, which one of the GShocks would be best if you was actually in the Article circle in those numbing (-0) degree conditions. The only one i can think of for me personally would be this one >>>



    My number one reason is because its simple and durable
    So whats your take guys




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    Re: Long time no see guys >>>

    Hi,
    in cold weather I think I'd wear this one (in fact I do as it was -2°C today ):


    Greetings, Sedi
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    Re: Long time no see guys >>>

    Today walked a couple of hours through a forest with a G-2300B without problems, it was -5 °C. On an other day I will try an other G-Shock, but I don't think any of them will have a problem with low temperatures when it comes to time keeping. I love those classic rectangle shaped G-Shocks.
    Last edited by Harayasu; December 15th, 2009 at 22:05.

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    Re: Long time no see guys >>>

    Among my current Gs, I'll take the camo gray Mudman. It can handle up to -20C, and the color blends in nicely with the Arctic ice.
    DW-9051/2
    G-9200 Riseman
    G-9100 Gulfman
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    GW5600J
    GA-100A-9A

    Sucks to be without a G.

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    Re: Long time no see guys >>>

    I have the same watch on right now, GWM-5600, only in white!
    Experience is what you end up with when you didn't get what you wanted.

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    Re: Long time no see guys >>>

    Nice thats what i like to hear high temperature toleration lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogeyman View Post
    Among my current Gs, I'll take the camo gray Mudman. It can handle up to -20C, and the color blends in nicely with the Arctic ice.




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    Re: Long time no see guys >>>

    I just had my Riseman GW-9200 on the balcony for 3 hours (off the wrist) to test the temp. It's -12 here in northern Italy. No problems.
    And then I threw it in the bathtub to check the temp. And it jumps to +40 no problem.
    Of course, this confuses the hell out of the altimeter : )
    These are Celsius of course.
    Last edited by acello27; December 18th, 2009 at 18:40.

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    Re: Long time no see guys >>>

    Quote Originally Posted by Sedi View Post
    Hi,
    in cold weather I think I'd wear this one (in fact I do as it was -2°C today ):


    Greetings, Sedi


    i do like that one there!!
    "Its only money, they'll make more"!!!

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    Re: Long time no see guys >>>

    Pretty much any "G" will do. But somehow, I might lean toward something in white or light gray:




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    Re: Long time no see guys >>>

    Not a bad choice. I might also take either the Silencer or Riseman with me too. Just to be able to check the temperature.

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