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    Newbie with a question

    Hi,

    I'm looking at buying some g-shocks and am currently looking at specifications. However, I seem to be getting conflicting answers. Would someone be kind enough to inform me of the case dimensions and the face dimensions of the following watches please?

    GA-100B-4
    GA-100A-9
    GA-110A-4
    GW-3000M-4

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    Re: Newbie with a question

    GA100A 55.0 x 51.2 x 16.9mm / 70g
    GA100B 55.0 x 51.2 x 16.9mm / 70g

    GA110 55.0 x 51.2 x 16.9mm / 70g

    GW3000B 52.5 x 49.8 x 15.5mm / 74g
    GW3000BD 52.5 x 49.8 x 15.5mm / 148g

    The GA100, 110 and 120 are all the same size. The GW3000 is smaller in appearance, but a tad heftier.
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    Re: Newbie with a question

    Quote Originally Posted by Tsip85 View Post
    GA100A 55.0 x 51.2 x 16.9mm / 70g
    GA100B 55.0 x 51.2 x 16.9mm / 70g

    GA110 55.0 x 51.2 x 16.9mm / 70g

    GW3000B 52.5 x 49.8 x 15.5mm / 74g
    GW3000BD 52.5 x 49.8 x 15.5mm / 148g

    The GA100, 110 and 120 are all the same size. The GW3000 is smaller in appearance, but a tad heftier.
    Thanks for your reply. Are they the case dimensions ie width x height x Depth?
    Do you know what the sizes of the actual faces are?

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    Re: Newbie with a question

    I've never seen any actual numbers for the surface of the face, but you could pretty much subtract about 5-10mm for both width and height and that'd get you pretty close. The width is from one complete edge to the other, so on models like the Riseman and the GDF100 it's a little deceptive due to the sensors on the sides. The height is from lug to lug. The watches you're looking at don't have a huge bezel on them, so those numbers are going to be pretty close. But, to know for sure, your best option is to track one down and try it on for yourself.
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    Re: Newbie with a question

    Quote Originally Posted by Tsip85 View Post
    I've never seen any actual numbers for the surface of the face, but you could pretty much subtract about 5-10mm for both width and height and that'd get you pretty close. The width is from one complete edge to the other, so on models like the Riseman and the GDF100 it's a little deceptive due to the sensors on the sides. The height is from lug to lug. The watches you're looking at don't have a huge bezel on them, so those numbers are going to be pretty close. But, to know for sure, your best option is to track one down and try it on for yourself.
    Thanks again. The trouble is I can't track them down in stores near me, and for that matter not even sure they're UK models so will be ordering them online.
    How long have the models I've mentioned been around, and how much longer are they likely to stay in production?

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