My first G-Shock: GX56-1BDR

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    My first G-Shock: GX56-1BDR

    Hi everyone! Just got my first G-Shock, its the "King" GX56-1BDR. Never had any G-Shocks before, was using only mechanical ones for years. I'm truly impressed, it's the 21-st Century timepiece indeed. Love it!
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    Re: My first G-Shock: GX56-1BDR

    Congratulations and welcome!
    I used to list my watches here until I realised it ruined people's Google searches...

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    Re: My first G-Shock: GX56-1BDR

    Got any pics? Congrats wear it well.

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    Re: My first G-Shock: GX56-1BDR

    Congrats and welcome to the G-Shock lifestyle!

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    Re: My first G-Shock: GX56-1BDR

    Welcome and congrats!

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    Re: My first G-Shock: GX56-1BDR

    Welcome to G-Shocks and the forum. That's a great big G to start out with.

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    Re: My first G-Shock: GX56-1BDR

    That's a good one to have for your first~Congrats!

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    Re: My first G-Shock: GX56-1BDR

    Glad you liked it. IMO Casio pulled off this one really well.

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    Re: My first G-Shock: GX56-1BDR

    Congrats on picking up The King. Great choice!!! Thumbs up
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    Re: My first G-Shock: GX56-1BDR

    The King is always a good way to start a collection...

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