A question about the GW800-1V

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    A question about the GW800-1V




    does anyone got this watch? if so, I would like to know whether the inner metal ring and light button is mattfinished or shiny. in the picture it appears rather mattfinished (what I want) but as we all know, photos are not always trustworthy, so I'd like to read about first hand experiences.


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    Cool Re: A question about the GW800-1V

    I have the GW800D-1V and the inner metal bezel is more brushed finished than matte. The light button with G is polished.
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    Re: A question about the GW800-1V

    thanks trozau,

    looks like it is the same as with the G-2800, well I can live with that. how do like the watch by the way and is the display legibility good?


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    Cool Re: A question about the GW800-1V

    I like it a lot and the display is large enough to read even in low light. Also, I find it to be low maintenance as I have never gone out of my way to insure it gets enough exposure to light. One thing I have not done though is wear it overnight to see if will still get atomic time sync signals while on my wrist.
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