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    Re: Post your G-Shocks on Mil Series, Nato, and Zulu Bands Pics here.

    Quote Originally Posted by tfar View Post
    That looks great in black!

    One question though, where did you get the display brace for the 5600? I have two of them (one black, one silver) for my 6600 Fire Fox but obviously they don't fit the 5600. It would be nice to have one for the 5600. But I don't really know what they are called and thus can't search for them. Any source? Thanks!

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    its called a face protector by casio and unfortunatly the ones for the DW-5600E(pictured)has been discontinued
    you can however get them for the G-5600 and they will fit on a DW-5600E just not very well. the part number for them is on the parts sticky at the top of the G-forum page.
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    Re: Post your G-Shocks on Mil Series, Nato, and Zulu Bands Pics here.

    oops re-post sorry
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    Re: Post your G-Shocks on Mil Series, Nato, and Zulu Bands Pics here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zeroed4x View Post
    Where is the best place to obtain the Nato adapters and straps?
    This is something that I've been putting off
    and I just can't take it anymore !!!
    the adapters or endpieces can be easily obtained thru Casio
    parts, its $4 for a set of two, the Casio parts phone number and the adapter part numbers are located on the part sticky at the top of the G-forum page.
    the straps can be obtained lots of places, i got mine from
    http://www.panatime.com/
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    Re: Post your G-Shocks on Mil Series, Nato, and Zulu Bands Pics here.

    Thanks a lot, Cascadien! :) I have yet to familiarize myself with the stickies. Already started reading the Articles and FAQ, though.

    The watch I have is actually the GW-5600J. Do you know by any chance if the available ones will fit that model?

    Also, do you know if the adapter parts for bracelets are needed for the GW-2500 Aviator series? I'd like to avoid the adapters because I think they'd look strange on that particular model. On the 5600 series they look just fine, I think.

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    Re: Post your G-Shocks on Mil Series, Nato, and Zulu Bands Pics here.

    Quote Originally Posted by tfar View Post
    Thanks a lot, Cascadien! :) I have yet to familiarize myself with the stickies. Already started reading the Articles and FAQ, though.

    The watch I have is actually the GW-5600J. Do you know by any chance if the available ones will fit that model?

    Also, do you know if the adapter parts for bracelets are needed for the GW-2500 Aviator series? I'd like to avoid the adapters because I think they'd look strange on that particular model. On the 5600 series they look just fine, I think.

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    ooh, i dont know about the Aviator but the GW-5600(and DW-56RT) dont work with the adapters as one side of case where the straps connect is different then all other 5XXX series G's, sorry mate
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    Re: Post your G-Shocks on Mil Series, Nato, and Zulu Bands Pics here.

    Quote Originally Posted by cascadien View Post
    ooh, i dont know about the Aviator but the GW-5600(and DW-56RT) dont work with the adapters as one side of case where the straps connect is different then all other 5XXX series G's, sorry mate
    Darn it for the band! :(

    At least I found the part number for the face protector that is also called bull bars: Casio part #10155555

    http://mygshock.com/wiki/GW-5600

    So that's good! :)

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    Re: Post your G-Shocks on Mil Series, Nato, and Zulu Bands Pics here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zeroed4x View Post
    Where is the best place to obtain the Nato adapters and straps?
    This is something that I've been putting off
    and I just can't take it anymore !!!
    http://www.westcoastime.com/gshocadcasfo.html


    http://www.broadarrow.net/maratac.htm
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    Re: Post your G-Shocks on Mil Series, Nato, and Zulu Bands Pics here.

    Quote Originally Posted by tfar View Post
    Darn it for the band! :(

    At least I found the part number for the face protector that is also called bull bars: Casio part #10155555

    http://mygshock.com/wiki/GW-5600

    So that's good! :)

    Till

    Sadly, they're not made any more.
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    Re: Post your G-Shocks on Mil Series, Nato, and Zulu Bands Pics here.

    Cascadien and Tribe125, Thanks for the information.
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    Re: Post your G-Shocks on Mil Series, Nato, and Zulu Bands Pics here.

    Quote Originally Posted by tribe125 View Post
    Sadly, they're not made any more.
    forgive me but actually that part number is for the G-5600 protector and last month when i ordered 2 of them from Casio parts they were only on backorder. its the DW-5600-E protectors that were discontinued. although it makes no sense to me seeing as how many DW-5600-E variations there are and how few G-5600's there are
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