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    Looking For A Small G-shock

    What is the smallest and flattest g-shocks I can purchase for my father, He loves the g-shocks but wants it to be small and thin. Flat is the way he puts it. I was thinking of the GW-056J-1JF..

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    Re: Looking For A Small G-shock

    Thats the only series I can think of as well.
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    Re: Looking For A Small G-shock

    If i'm not wrong the GW056 is also known as the thinnest G-Shock ever made. Another option could be the ultra-classic DW-5600. Small, but not as thin as the GW056.

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    Re: Looking For A Small G-shock

    I think the G-8000 is fairly thin and smal too. Also has all of the basic functions and a five year battery.

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    Re: Looking For A Small G-shock

    my friend has a GW056 and its flat (the book said 11mm thick)

    i wouldn't say its small though (*normal* size to me)

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    Re: Looking For A Small G-shock

    Hi. The G-ZX series is pretty small, about half the size of a raysman or frogman. I just got my neice one for her birthday, she loved it

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    Re: Looking For A Small G-shock

    G-8000 is quite small and thats the reason I bought it

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    Re: Looking For A Small G-shock

    The G-300 is fairly thin compared to most other G's.

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    Re: Looking For A Small G-shock

    Quote Originally Posted by stockae92
    my friend has a GW056 and its flat (the book said 11mm thick)

    i wouldn't say its small though (*normal* size to me)
    The band on the GW056 is fairly thick and stiff and adds to the overall circumference on the wrist. I will say this watch works better under sleeves than most G-Shocks because it has rounded/sloped edges compared to the others. I liked that it was atomic, but don't like the 60 countdown timer and worse yet a stopwatch limited to 60 minutes.

    I would suggest your father look at non-gshock digital casios or timexes if he wants something thin.

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