My old-school G-Shock
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    My old-school G-Shock

    Bought this probably two decades ago and wore it in the Army.

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    Re: My old-school G-Shock

    I have a couple of old G's, I don't wear them much anymore but they still work fine, I could never get rid of them, too much history together.

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    Re: My old-school G-Shock

    What is the model number pls ?
    Ball - Casio (G-shock) - HMT - Longines - Parnis - Seagull - Steinhart - Tissot - Victorinox - Yema

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    Re: My old-school G-Shock

    On the back it says DW-6800.

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    Re: My old-school G-Shock

    The older/vintage models have their own unique look to them.

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    Nice!
    GW-3000BB-1A(with Bracelet), GX-56KG-3, GDF-100BB, GDF-100-1, GA-100SD-8A, GD-350-8, G-001-8C, GLX-150-7, GLX-150-1, DW-6900CS-7

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