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    Regular G-Shocks

    Is it odd that I enjoy just the non fancy, common G-Shocks? Positive displays, regular red/black or white/black color themes.
    I'm in the process of filling my watch box with the base models, but wear my two military themed the most.
    Part of me thinks I'm somewhat off beat for thinking this way. But my wife tells me that I'm special.

    For example my G7900-1v

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    Re: Regular G-Shocks

    Here is my current to buy list in no particular order:
    GD100-1A
    GA100-1A4
    DW5600E-1V
    DW6900-1V
    G9000-1
    GD350-8
    G8900-1
    G9100-1
    Are there any others I should look at? I already have a DW290-1V, DW9052-1V, G7900-1V.
    Please don't say a rangeman. It just looks stupid and unbalanced to me.

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    Re: Regular G-Shocks

    Cap'n Obvious:
    Great minds think alike?
    I own 8 Casios and 6 of em are G's. SIL Mark owns 11 (all G's)
    I like the ordinary (or regular) too. One of my faves is the GD350.
    Nothing particulary spectacular (cept the vibe feature) but I really
    like to wear it. But my fave G is my GW3000bb1. Has every perk
    on my 80 y o bucket list!!!

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    Re: Regular G-Shocks

    Cheers to that brother !

    My only fancy ones are my MS models. the rest are common models.

    I used to only go for solar Gs. But I got so curious about the vibration function of the GD350, flash alerts on the 7900 and etc. So I bought a GD350...then a 7900...then a GD100MS. I now have 3 solars and 9 non solars. Non solar Gs are definitely more fun. Looking to add a 6900BB soon too.
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    Re: Regular G-Shocks

    jonno83:
    Thanks Bro.
    I like Regular G's but gotta have my RDA of Celsium 33 content.
    Bought a son of mine living in Finland a Wave Ceptor. Thot it would
    be just what he needed. The German Synching sta is only 1,500 ks
    away. But WaveCeptor wouldnt synch. Per sta mgr the domestic W C
    was calibrated to a different recieving freq than the German sta.
    Who'd a thunk they had differing synching freqs? Live n learn!

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    Re: Regular G-Shocks

    Quote Originally Posted by jonno83 View Post
    Cheers to that brother !

    My only fancy ones are my MS models. the rest are common models.

    I used to only go for solar Gs. But I got so curious about the vibration function of the GD350, flash alerts on the 7900 and etc. So I bought a GD350...then a 7900...then a GD100MS. I now have 3 solars and 9 non solars. Non solar Gs are definitely more fun. Looking to add a 6900BB soon too.
    I have the GD100MS-1. Love that thing to bits.

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    Re: Regular G-Shocks

    jonno83:
    In the Army our Gen used to stop in and say "If you got em, smoke em"
    Same drill with G Shock Atomic/Solars. If Casio has got em? Buy em.
    Ole Sol sure shines bright in Texas and WWV Colo is NNW from my digs!
    Never fails to update.

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    Regular G-Shocks

    GW-2310-1 might tickle your fancy, very symmetrical balanced watch,basic look and functions. Can be had for less than $70 usd solar and atomic!!


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    Re: Regular G-Shocks

    Quote Originally Posted by wcannon32 View Post
    GW-2310-1 might tickle your fancy, very symmetrical balanced watch,basic look and functions. Can be had for less than $70 usd solar and atomic!!


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    I had one for a minute but I just didn't care for it. I'm trying to stay with the regular quartz.

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    Re: Regular G-Shocks

    Maybe a G-7700-1, if you're OK with the small size. It has some uncommon features.
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