Mudman (9300) buttons.

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    Mudman (9300) buttons.

    Are they more user friendly than older models?

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    Re: Mudman (9300) buttons.

    Yep, I had both atomic and none atomic version of the 9300.
    It is more easier to use vs. older models in my opinion

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    Re: Mudman (9300) buttons.

    Had? You didn't like them?

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    Re: Mudman (9300) buttons.

    I have the 9010 and the 9300, and the 9300 is usable - could be a bit softer IMO. The 9010 is just terrible.
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    Re: Mudman (9300) buttons.

    I find the 9300 buttons much more comfortable to press than a 9000 series; I have a GW-9300GY and G-9000-3V; and the buttons on the 9000 are a lot firmer to press, requiring noticeably more pressure than the 9300. Pressing with the tip/fingernail on the 9000 is more effective, not necessary for the 9300.

    As another comparision, I would say the buttons on the 9300 are easier to press than on the Kings. (Softer)9300 Mudman>56 King>9000 Mudman(Super-firm!)
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    Re: Mudman (9300) buttons.

    The 9300 buttons are night and day compared to the older models. Much softer and easier to push
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    Re: Mudman (9300) buttons.

    just for fun, I submerged and froze my watch twice yesterday to see if the LCD would indeed still work and under repeated times and for button operability. Both worked flawlessly each time so I hope this helps alleviate your concern over the buttons. 9300 buttons are indeed "bulkier" to operate but they 100% hold up.

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    Re: Mudman (9300) buttons.

    They are a lot easier to use than on previous models I reckon.
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