Moved over to G's

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    Moved over to G's

    I've recently sold all my seiko divers and started buying G's. I work for a sub builder and G's are so much more comfortable and no need to worry about bumps. I'm currently wearing a GW5600j. I'm looking at the mudman g9100 ralley.What do you guys think of that watch for a 2nd G?

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    Re: Moved over to G's

    I have not the 9100, only the 9000, but generally the Mudman range really feels like the ultimate beater, especially the G-9000... Just feels indestructible... :)
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    Re: Moved over to G's

    I too have a g9000. You never have to worry about bumping or scratching them. Of course, they also look fantastic.
    Time is Money (but the songs are a bit different).

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    Re: Moved over to G's

    Vice versa

    I sold most of my Gs (not so many though) and recently got into Seiko divers
    GW-200Z
    G-9000MS MIRB
    DW-5600MS MIRB
    Victorinox Classic Chrono Ti
    SEIKO 6309s
    SEIKO OM
    SS ECOZILLA
    SEIKO TUNA 7549-7010
    SEIKO TUNA SBBN007


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    Re: Moved over to G's

    Welcome and congrats.
    Not a fan of the Mudman's looks but it sure is one tough watch.
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    Re: Moved over to G's

    I recently got the G9000 and it is a tough little bugger! feels light and solid and is really nice to wear. for work I have a Seiko Diver, but at home playing with my kids, I wear the mudman.

    Can't comment on the 9100. But mudman is solid!
    Casio G-Shock Mudman "Men in Smoky Gray" GW-9300GY-1JF
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