Managed to notch on this strap...
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I expect to see one of these in my future but waiting for inventory to go up and prices to come down. I'd have one by now but got scammed by a seller in China. In hindsight I should have know better but still hoping for a good outcome.
As many of you may know, I love analog/digital G’s. While I do have a few with surprisingly good negative displays, most have a positive display which I generally prefer. I will buy a GA-2100, but only when I can find one with a positive display and in a blue/green colorway with yellow/red highlights(indices, hands, whatever). The Thai products/prototypes are the general idea, but perhaps a bit too far in the color explosion.
Life is short. Enjoy the ride!
Gone were the days when Casio would release their new watch models with a base/standard/regular model first. For Gs, the base model would be mostly black, with some minor highlights in red or other colors, and with positive display. Here are some examples:
Seems like these days, they just want to bombard us with the brightest "fashionable" colors first. They did that for the GA2100 here, and they are doing the same for GM-6900. You can find same trend in other models too.
how easy is it to change the strap on these watches? will a nato work, or no?
i haven't taken it apart to try...never taken apart any of my G Shocks...but i'm interested in switching it up
New article about the blackout model.
Here is G-Central's tweet about the article.
I might look at getting another once Casio are fully stocked as they are saying by May. I actually flipped my red one that I got on release, I couldn't get on with the colour, or the fact that the day markers and digital section were nigh on impossible to see!
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