Need suggestions for a thin G Shock

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    Need suggestions for a thin G Shock

    My Planet Ocean, Mako, and GW7900 are all too thick to comfortably fit under my motorcycle jacket sleeves and the cuffs of my riding gloves. The Orient might fit better on the bracelet, but it stays on NATOs since the end links on the bracelet rattle. I'm thinking of picking up a thinner G that will fit more comfortably (and besides, we all need a good reason for another watch ). Any suggestions for something thinner? Maybe something like one of the carbon fiber 5600s?
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    Omega Planet Ocean XL 2208.50
    Omega Speedmaster Professional 3572.50
    Omega "Bumper" Automatic
    Orient Mako
    Rolex Explorer II
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    Re: Need suggestions for a thin G Shock

    A 5600 is probably a good choice. A GW-M5600 will probably also fit easily under the sleeves. Or maybe a G-7710 - it's also one of the thinner models.

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    Re: Need suggestions for a thin G Shock

    Doesn't get any thinner than the 056!

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    Re: Need suggestions for a thin G Shock

    Hmm, I've always wanted to try a white G, so the GW-M5600A7 might be interesting. Thanks for the suggestions so far!
    Casio G-Shock Rescue GW7900B-1
    Omega Planet Ocean XL 2208.50
    Omega Speedmaster Professional 3572.50
    Omega "Bumper" Automatic
    Orient Mako
    Rolex Explorer II
    Tissot Heritage Visodate

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    Re: Need suggestions for a thin G Shock

    I just loosen up whatever I'm wearing and slide it up my forearm so it sits between my glove and my elbow/forearm armor. Works out nice.

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