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    Question about size...

    Hello all; Most of my watch purchases in the past few years have been automatics, around 44mm, 45mm, I am now looking for a G-Shock that I can use on weekends and not have to worry about. My question to you all is “what is the largest size G-Shock out there” I have purchase several over the past few weeks, and they all wear very small. It has been several years since my last G-Shock, but I though they where bigger…… The G2500-1V which was way too small, and mylatest purchase the Gulfman Multi Band.. and it is almost big enough…. Is there a model that is larger, similar design?? I love the tough Solar, analog. Thanks all. John
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    Re: Question about size...

    Most of the 'Masters of G' are large. One of the biggest is the Raysman. It will wear larger than you're used to. Also look at the Wademan, Antman, and Frogman.
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    Re: Question about size...

    Quote Originally Posted by Topher1556 View Post
    Most of the 'Masters of G' are large. One of the biggest is the Raysman. It will wear larger than you're used to. Also look at the Wademan, Antman, and Frogman.
    Thanks for the help... will go look. Unfortunately on my 8 1/2 wrist, I need a large watch. John

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    Re: Question about size...

    Of current production models, the Frogman is the largest. The DW-6900, DW-6600 and G-7510 are also pretty large. All of these are a size up from the Gulfman. The Frogman may be 2 sizes up.

    If the DW-6900/DW-6600 isn't large enough initially, you can bulk it up with a face protector, strap adapter and a thick one-piece strap.





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    Re: Question about size...

    You can look at the Pathfinder Series too, the 1200's are HUGE

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