Mudman vs. Rangeman

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    Mudman vs. Rangeman

    Really stuck between these two for my first G-Shock. I tried on the Rangeman and thought it was really big. I can't decide if it is too big for me. I know the difference in specs between the two but how much bigger is the a Rangeman than the Mudman? Thanks

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    Re: Mudman vs. Rangeman

    It might depend on exactly WHICH Mudman modle you're interested in, but here's a comparison picture of the Rangeman with the GW-9300 series Mudman: https://forums.watchuseek.com/f17/ran...ml#post7304084

    (The thread title says "GW-5000" but that picture shows two Rangemen, a solar/atomic "square" and two Mudmen. )

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    Re: Mudman vs. Rangeman

    The Mudman (GW-9300) is a bit smaller in size but wears IMO bigger! I have a 7 inch wrist and I know people with smaller wrists wear both watches but IMO these to watches are to big for my wrist.

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    Re: Mudman vs. Rangeman

    In my opinion, the Rangeman wears slightly less bulky than the Mudman (9300), although from the specs it might seem otherwise.

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    Re: Mudman vs. Rangeman

    Hi,

    I ve seen both Rangeman and Mudman live in a shop in Ft Lauderdale. Both very nice , the Rangeman a little more expensive and also more bigger. I have a 6.75 wrist and I tought the Rangeman it was a little to big.Not that heavy , quite comfy actually ...
    Finaly I bought a GW 3000 BB 1A , since the Muddie I can find it second hand as well . I think its a matter of taste ...

    Beste regards,

    J.J.

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    Re: Mudman vs. Rangeman

    Get a riseman! Most of the features of a rangeman, but it's smaller and costs less

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