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

    My favorite watch bands.

    Soon to be on my GW5600J-1 for me without the bezel.
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    The MTG is retired and the 5600 too. Right now, the only working G-Shocks that I use and enjoy are the Riseman GW9200-1 and the GW6900-1

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    And the DW-6900MS which I sold some time ago:



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

    Heres 2 of mine, my DW-8400 and my DW-6900, one on a 24mm 5 ring Zulu and the other on a 24mm 3 ring Zulu, really like both of these,...






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

    Hi Sedi, I see you have a GW-2500. I would like to get one and put it on a grey or alternatively orange Nato/Zulu. It seems for some watches you need a sort of adapter but that for the GW-2500 you could just take the bracelet it comes with off and use those spring bars directly. Is that correct? Did you ever try your GW-2500 on a textile strap?

    Thanks very much!

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

    I have a green monster on a low light OD zulu but no pictures of it. Here are some of those I do have pictures for...
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    Re: Post your G-Shocks on Mil Series, Nato, and Zulu Bands Pics here.

    i love posting these pics...



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

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

    Where is the best place to obtain the Nato adapters and straps?
    This is something that I've been putting off
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