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    Need Help Choosing a No-frills Gshock

    Hi!

    As the title suggests, I need help choosing a simple Gshock. I am overwhelmed by the number of models out there and I can't find one that suits me. Btw I have a small wrist so I guess the GD 100-MS is out though I really like the GD100MS-3D!

    Thanks!

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    Re: Need Help Choosing a No-frills Gshock

    If I were you, I would find a GD to try on. If you can't find the exact model, you can probably find another version of that case. Even if it's a different movement it still wears the same as the GD. You can look for the GA 100 series or the GA 110 series. I own a GA 110 and it plays smaller on the wrist than the case measurement suggests.

    If you don't like the size, I would point you towards other watches in the MS series.

    Such as:

    The DW 6900ms
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    Good luck with your decision.

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    Re: Need Help Choosing a No-frills Gshock

    Definitely agree with DW-5600MS

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    Re: Need Help Choosing a No-frills Gshock

    Quote Originally Posted by militaryfan View Post
    Definitely agree with DW-5600MS
    Me too!!
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    Re: Need Help Choosing a No-frills Gshock

    Simple G-Shock, not too big = DW-5600E, DW-9052, GW-6900, GW-2310.

    There will be others too, but these are the ones that spring to mind.
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    Re: Need Help Choosing a No-frills Gshock

    Quote Originally Posted by Sebastian.L. View Post
    Hi!

    As the title suggests, I need help choosing a simple Gshock. I am overwhelmed by the number of models out there and I can't find one that suits me. Btw I have a small wrist so I guess the GD 100-MS is out though I really like the GD100MS-3D!

    Thanks!
    Welcome to the forum Sabastian.
    I would suggest to ignore models and #'s for your G. Find one that catches your eye and just go with that. The DW-5600e is a basic as it gets and a great (small, thin) 1st G but don't let size get in the way of what you fancy. If this helps much, I prefer larger G's in the winter and smaller in ther summer. Don't get so caught up in the specifics of what one G does over the other as basic functions are fine for most needs.
    I say go for that GD100MS-3D and live it up.

    Edit: could someone please tell me what the heck a GD100MS-3D is?
    Last edited by sappyg; March 13th, 2011 at 03:15.

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