My first G-Shock: Mudman G-9000-1VER

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    My first G-Shock: Mudman G-9000-1VER

    Hi!

    I'm new in the G-Shock room...I've ever love CASIO watches, but I've never owned one of them since yestedray...Now I'm wearing a great Mudman G-9000-1VER.

    What do You think about this model? Is It a good "entry-model"?

    I really love this watch and I think that as soon as possible I'll buy a Gulfman, too...
    Rolex Submariner - ref. 14060M - F Serial (no C.O.S.C.)
    Rolex Submariner Date - ref. 16610 - M Serial
    Rolex Submariner Date - ref. 116610LN - Alphanumeric Serial
    Rolex Submariner Date - ref. 116610 LV - Alphanumeric Serial
    Rolex Date Just (black/index dial) - ref. 116234 - Alphanumeric Serial
    Rolex Air King (white 3/6/9 index) - ref. 114200 - Alphanumeric Serial

    Omega Speedmaster Professional - ref. 357050

    ...a lot of Swatch watches...

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    Re: My first G-Shock: Mudman G-9000-1VER

    Welcome to G-Shocks.

    That Mudman is a great one to start out with. It's a solid G.

    And a Gulfman would definitely be a good choice for a second one. After that there's always the classic DW-5600 and DW-6900 lines. And of course there's always limited editions if you want something special. It's a slippery slope.

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    Re: My first G-Shock: Mudman G-9000-1VER

    Welcome to the world of G-Shock's :)
    Congrats on your new buy.

    well even my first G-shock was G-9000-1VER
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    Re: My first G-Shock: Mudman G-9000-1VER

    Quote Originally Posted by Riley View Post
    Welcome to G-Shocks.

    That Mudman is a great one to start out with. It's a solid G.

    And a Gulfman would definitely be a good choice for a second one. After that there's always the classic DW-5600 and DW-6900 lines. And of course there's always limited editions if you want something special. It's a slippery slope.
    Agree.

    Welcome to the forum!
    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: Mudman G-9000-1VER

    Quote Originally Posted by Riley View Post
    Welcome to G-Shocks.

    That Mudman is a great one to start out with. It's a solid G.

    And a Gulfman would definitely be a good choice for a second one. After that there's always the classic DW-5600 and DW-6900 lines. And of course there's always limited editions if you want something special. It's a slippery slope.
    I agree with You...I think that the classic DW-5600 and DW-6900 lines are very beautiful ant I'm very intrested in adding them to my collection...
    Last edited by Marco; April 7th, 2009 at 18:23. Reason: error
    Rolex Submariner - ref. 14060M - F Serial (no C.O.S.C.)
    Rolex Submariner Date - ref. 16610 - M Serial
    Rolex Submariner Date - ref. 116610LN - Alphanumeric Serial
    Rolex Submariner Date - ref. 116610 LV - Alphanumeric Serial
    Rolex Date Just (black/index dial) - ref. 116234 - Alphanumeric Serial
    Rolex Air King (white 3/6/9 index) - ref. 114200 - Alphanumeric Serial

    Omega Speedmaster Professional - ref. 357050

    ...a lot of Swatch watches...

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    Re: My first G-Shock: Mudman G-9000-1VER

    Congratulations on the new Mudman! A great start to your G-Collection.

    Do we get to see pics of it?

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    Re: My first G-Shock: Mudman G-9000-1VER

    Quote Originally Posted by Riley View Post
    It's a slippery slope.
    A slippery slope, indeed.

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    Re: My first G-Shock: Mudman G-9000-1VER

    Love the Muddies , congrats!

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    Re: My first G-Shock: Mudman G-9000-1VER

    Congratulations on the new Mudman,

    I was walking around Akihabara today and found a Mudman G-9000-1VDR for only $49, got it to be my backup for my main watch (ProTrek PRX-2000T )
    My Collection so far:
    CASIO: PRX-2000YT-1JF * PRX-2000T-7JF * PRW-60


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