Question: G-Shockers, how do you wear YOUR keeper?

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    Confused Question: G-Shockers, how do you wear YOUR keeper?

    Do you guys do beans or franks? Sorry, I dont know the tech term for it but I call the small round holes the beans:
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    and the oblong hole the frank:
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    I know some G's have either one of these and then other side is flat. Is that your style?
    Personally, I usually go with the beans. Then again it depends on the style of band, like the double pronged buckles, or single sometimes. I like how my yellow 7900 looks with a black keeper beans out:
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    What about you?

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    Re: Question: G-Shockers, how do you wear YOUR keeper?

    I just leave the keeper as it comes with the watch. On some models the holes are on the outside - on others the "frank".

    cheers, Sedi
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    Re: Question: G-Shockers, how do you wear YOUR keeper?

    Ok, enough with the useless threads.
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    Re: Question: G-Shockers, how do you wear YOUR keeper?

    I agree, useless thread alright.

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