Most comfortable "standard" G to wear?

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    Most comfortable "standard" G to wear?

    I'm guessing that this would either a 5600 or a Mudman? A big factor in comfort for me is a watch that sticks to the wrist and doesn't try to move around - my Twisted Metal is great for this, but I'd like something lighter and on a strap for variety.
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    Re: Most comfortable "standard" G to wear?

    Quote Originally Posted by scuttle View Post
    I'm guessing that this would either a 5600 or a Mudman? A big factor in comfort for me is a watch that sticks to the wrist and doesn't try to move around - my Twisted Metal is great for this, but I'd like something lighter for variety.
    my vote would go for those same two, but i also find the g-7500 very comfortable to wear, stays on the same place as the others, no moving about. it's a bit thicker, but the case/band keeps it 'rounded'...

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    Re: Most comfortable "standard" G to wear?

    I would say the mudman is the most comfortable watch I've ever owned. Mind you, i've only ever had 3 G shocks...

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    Re: Most comfortable "standard" G to wear?

    5600, no doubt
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    Re: Most comfortable "standard" G to wear?

    My vote goes to the 5600.

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    Re: Most comfortable "standard" G to wear?

    Got to be the 5600 For me on par with any Mudman tho.




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    Re: Most comfortable "standard" G to wear?

    Not sure just what you mean by standard.

    However, I think the answer is different for different people. Wrist shapes are different, and therefore, different watches fit differently. My GW-M5600s and GW-5600J, and GW-800D are all quite comfortable. My GW-9010 is my least comfortable.
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    Re: Most comfortable "standard" G to wear?

    5600 series,
    mudman is a little too thick
    all i want is the thing i've got.

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    Re: Most comfortable "standard" G to wear?

    5600 is the most comfortable, 6900 is up there for me as well in terms of comfort

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    Re: Most comfortable "standard" G to wear?

    Just wanted to add that my Silencer is extremely comfortable, too. Although many may not consider it to be a "standard" G-Shock.

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