My first Master G-Shock unboxing and comparison
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    My first Master G-Shock unboxing and comparison

    The Riseman


    Very fast shipping from a local ebayer here in the Philippines. Only downside is no effort in protecting the package.


    It could have been perfect if the package is protected.




    Generic hexagonal tin.


    My 2nd Made in Japan G-Shock. No difference in Thailand/China in build quality though.


    Atomic Riseman


    Obligatory wrist shot. Not what I expected with regards to the size. It's a bit small but very comfy.


    Looks like a girl's watch compared to my GW-7900B.
    The 2 best bang for the buck atomic gs.


    Now, it looked like a kids watch besides my atomic King!


    Group shot.


    Thank you.
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    Re: My first Master G-Shock unboxing and comparison

    Nice! Loving the GW-7900B next to the Riseman...2 great G's!

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    Re: My first Master G-Shock unboxing and comparison

    Haha it's not small, you are just used to wearing a hockey puck that tells time! J/K nice watch!

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    Re: My first Master G-Shock unboxing and comparison

    Thats an amazing atomic trio you have there! Too bad about the box.

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    Nice watches and nice comparison. Nice spanner too :D

    Actually I thought the Riseman fits your wrist well, not too big, not too small.

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    I've seen a riseman in person and to me it's big but that 7900 still towers over it and the King well... Congrats on the pickup!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightshift View Post
    Haha it's not small, you are just used to wearing a hockey puck that tells time! J/K nice watch!
    lol. Your right. Tnx

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    Re: My first Master G-Shock unboxing and comparison

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoonbb1 View Post
    I've seen a riseman in person and to me it's big but that 7900 still towers over it and the King well... Congrats on the pickup!
    the king towers over any G. The King is probably the only g-shock I would deem as 'too big' for me.

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    Re: My first Master G-Shock unboxing and comparison

    congrats man.
    you have very cool collection .
    GW 9200 Riseman
    GDF 100-4

    Ciel Etoile SS

    MD-online

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    Re: My first Master G-Shock unboxing and comparison

    Quote Originally Posted by Bosox View Post
    Nice! Loving the GW-7900B next to the Riseman...2 great G's!
    I had to choose which one to buy at first and then I ended up owning both.

    Thanks.

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