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    Mudmaster button problems

    Wanted to check to see if anyone was having issues with their Mudmaster buttons. The mode change button clicks and creaks quite a lot on mine. Sounds like the Rangeman button problem possibly. None of the other buttons do this. It is very loud and distracting. Very distracting from enjoying the watch to be honest.

    (Original 1st post has been put back - as they were all saved before deletion. Not going to put back my following posts though, as I have my reasons for this. Will not be replying to this thread at all in the future. Sorry for the confusion.)
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    Re: Mudmaster button problems

    No problem with mine.

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    Re: Mudmaster button problems

    No such things over here. Perfectly happy, no complaints.

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    Re: Mudmaster button problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Phantasm View Post
    Guess mine is a lemon. Not very happy with it. Probably going to sell it after getting it fixed. My Gulfmaster is better for me in many ways. Wish it had a sapphire crystal though.

    Am a little soured on this experience. The more expensive G-Shocks that I have purchased or received lately have had issues. Dust under the glass or smears on the inside of the glass - Frogman and GW-5000. Another Frogman with a broken auto light tilt-sensor. Then a GPW RAF with the seconds hand super far off even after many hand resets. This may be one of my last expensive G-Shocks. Am getting tired of this.

    Getting 1 GW-5000, 1 GPW-1000, 2 GWF-1000-1JF, and now a Mudmaster that have issues upsets me. Guess I am just unlucky. Maybe I am expecting too much for watches between $280-$1000?

    This Mudmaster will probably be the last over $200 G-Shock I get or ask for as a gift.
    That's too bad. These kinds of issues would bother me even on a cheaper watch.

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    I feel you're pain... I recently got a Mudman from Japan that I'm extremely happy with. It's perfect in every way.
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    Re: Mudmaster button problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Phantasm View Post
    Guess mine is a lemon. Not very happy with it. Probably going to sell it after getting it fixed. My Gulfmaster is better for me in many ways. Wish it had a sapphire crystal though.

    Am a little soured on this experience. The more expensive G-Shocks that I have purchased or received lately have had issues. Dust under the glass or smears on the inside of the glass - Frogman and GW-5000. Another Frogman with a broken auto light tilt-sensor. Then a GPW RAF with the seconds hand super far off even after many hand resets. This may be one of my last expensive G-Shocks. Am getting tired of this.

    Getting 1 GW-5000, 1 GPW-1000, 2 GWF-1000-1JF, and now a Mudmaster that have issues upsets me. Guess I am just unlucky. Maybe I am expecting too much for watches between $280-$1000?

    This Mudmaster will probably be the last over $200 G-Shock I get or ask for as a gift.
    its seems like thats just all really bad luck, ive read pretty much nothing on these kinds of issues. to get so many in a row its almost like youre buying from some place that does refurbished repaired ones. i know it shouldnt matter but where are you getting them from and what was the issue with the buttons? really cant see how there could be that much of a problem with them.
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    Re: Mudmaster button problems

    The only problem I've ever come across with the Mudmaster is that I don't yet have one.
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