My 1st G-Shock was the chunky DW-8300. This was bought a long time before the series Stargate hit here in the UK and served me well for a number of years. My wife seems to think that i still have it packed away in the loft... (why would i not keep it? )
A year or two into G-Shock ownership came a yellow DW-003, like the one below.
For some strange reason, when faced with changing the battery, i didn't get around to buying a battery, so it sat in pieces until i threw it away not long ago.
My 3rd G-Shock was the G-Cool GT-001. A present from the wife, that i chose, and didn't enjoy looking at, so i hid it away in a cupboard until recently.
My 'work watch' for 4 or more years has been this little blue BGX-200 Baby-G. I love this one as it's nice and compact, so doesn't get in the way at work.(and i don't mind it taking a beating)
Around 5 years ago i bought the wife a Baby-G. BG-142, in black. A dinky little watch that the wife used for a while, then gave up on. It's now re-powered and might become my work watch for a while.
Almost 2 years ago i bought a Casio Phys STR-210 off e-Bay. My 1st solar watch. Who'd have though it. Solar powered watches! Aren't Casio cool.
It has only sat in full sun and taken a full charge twice. I can't ait for it to run down again!
A few weeks ago, when asked what i wanted for Christmas, i started to hunt for a new watch. Naturally, i turned straight to Casio and looked on e-Bay, as i find the selection of G-Shock here in the UK to be a little boring. (Any UK guys know any different, please pm me )
So after the solar powered watch, i looked into the Atomic watch. Yesterday i placed a bid and won a Wave Ceptor GW-500u.
But, as we were shopping yesterday, i noticed a lonely looking MTG-900DU in a local jewelers window. Reduced from £150 to £50 . I thought it rude not to buy. I suppose i'll get a picture of that on Christmas day as it has been taken by the wife to be wrapped up.
Oh, and whilst i've been looking on e-Bay, i've bought another little Baby-G and a G-Lide(?), both second hand, in need of TLC.