Perfect watch for seniors.
Some G-Shocks may be a bit...flamboyant...for everyday wear in the adult world. But you can find a G that works in every environment, and I encourage you to do so.
Seiko SKXA35 Auto Diver
Stauer Day/Date/Month Auto
Glycine Incursore 100M Auto
O&W Ocean Master Vintage handwinder
Citizen EcoZilla diver
Hamilton Khaki Officer 44mm Unitas w/custom hands and lume
Volmax Aviator 45mm handwinder
Laco 42mm B-Type Flieger
Glycine Eugene Meylan
Hamilton Jazzmaster PR
A +40mm Seiko Alpinist, if Seiko ever decides to make one...
My wrist size - 8"/20.3cm
Where I work, a G is pretty much the required everyday watch. Even if not, I love my mechanicals, but a G is definitely more practical for daily use to me.
JUNGHANS Radio-Controlled WWVB, G-2500, GL-150, G-7300 TOUGH SOLAR, G-9100 GULFMAN,
G-9000 MUDMAN, DW-5600 MODULE 901, DW-5000SL, DW-8200 FROGMAN, G-2900, Timex (Analog) Perpetual Calendar Model T2D461, Freestyle (Analog) Shark Hammerhead, Timex (Analog) Perpetual Calendar Model T45441.
Your only as old as you feel ;). I'm 40, been wearing G's
since the early 90's.... And suspect I'll be using them for
some time to come. Enjoy you G!!
You can see from my name. I HATE analog watches too, and I repeat: I HATE analog, I HATE analog, I HATE analog (wrist watches). The people who make fun have no sense of appreciating others. Do their analogs have many features at the same or even a lesser price???? I have not owned an analog watch since 1998 (school boy).
Technology brings not progress, but an illusion of progress.
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