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    My first G Shock

    Very pleased with this indeed!
    GW-M5610-1ER has been calling me for a while. Arrived today so I manually synced it to the atomic time signal.
    Last sync was in Nov last year and it had only lost 2 seconds so that's encouraging for its own accuracy without a signal to latch on to.
    It does not wear big and is very light and comfortable.
    This will get much wrist time.

    pocky, riffraff, G-fob and 4 others like this.
    Nato, leather or bracelet? That's the only dilemma one should face each morning.

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    Tampere, Finland

    Re: My first G Shock

    Welcome to the G-Shock family! GW-M5610 is always money well spent.
    There's a watch in my pocket and it's hands are broken, the face is blank but the gears are turnin'.

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    Re: My first G Shock

    Congratulations, it is a definite keeper. Received mine a few months ago and LOVE IT! Cannot seem to get it off my wrists.

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    Re: My first G Shock

    Wow. That is crazy accurate.

    Good choice!!!!

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    Re: My first G Shock

    I have mine on today. It is very light and full function watch. It almost seems too light weight to be a G Shock. My strap is super soft. I can not imagine the suppleness of the GW-5000 straps.
    Have a good day,
    Casio/ Citizen/ G-Shock/ Pro Trek/ Seiko

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