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    Hello Rs2
    Awsome G , I was going to buy the Gw-5600, but I live in Melbourne and we can't used the Atomic function . I don't really get this, why does Casio sall Atomic G Shock model to country that can't even use it? That is why I brought the G-5600-1JF. How is the new watch going? has it live up to your expectation. You said that you also own a Rolex, what type is it? The Rolex I like most is the 50th Ann (Green-submaine):gold than Rolex Daytonia:silver . Have you seen their new models 31mm? It a moden day classic. Do you collect any other watches. I just got into this (expensive) hobby. I love Wongster IWC . I have an James Bond Omega SMP, Rado silverstar, Seiko Kinetic Auto-relay,Fossil speedway, Casio G Shock DW5600E and a G-5600-1JF. If I could buy just one more watch it would be a PANERAI for sure, without a doubt.

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    Hi Mick -

    You can click on users names and send them an email or private message.

    Just a thought

    My ATOMIC'S receive in Sydney and Cairns, although they are all one hour behind:-D

    Sjors once mentioned that I receive from Japan which explains the one hour time difference.

    You have a big land mass in the way, so not sure if that will affect.

    I spent years travelling and the solar thing never worried me as besides world times, I never found it difficult to change the time once they announced it on the QANTAS flight.

    I am also thinking of a DATABANK for you as it may come in handy in those classroom exams:-X :-D

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    and also you may not be able to get it in melbourne as its so ruddy cold there lol

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    Hi Mick!

    Just happened by and noticed this. I love my GW-5600J. Everything about it works perfectly and it is always dead-on accurate and fully charged. Can't ask for much else. Plus I really like the classic looks of it compared to many other models. I had been thinking about getting a G-Shock for a while and did a bit of research after coming to realize that there are so many different models. I solicited suggestions over on USN (Usual Suspect Network) where I'm a member, and a couple people had suggested the GW-5600J and recommended Seiya in Japan, as this model is not available in the US. I was very fortunate to have ordered and received mine before his unfortunate illness.

    I have two Rolexes: a GMT that I bought at St. Thomas, Virgin Islands in 1978 (when I was 22), although my wife has appropriated and wears it all the time, and a plain all stainless Oyster that I got in 1997, shown below:


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    Quote Originally Posted by dingosrun
    and also you may not be able to get it in melbourne as its so ruddy cold there lol
    :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D \_O

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    Quote Originally Posted by rs2
    Hi Mick!

    Just happened by and noticed this. I love my GW-5600J.
    What a coincidence

    The GW-5600J as Mick and I agree are an awesome model. A true legend

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    Quote Originally Posted by OZZIE
    Sjors once mentioned that I receive from Japan which explains the one hour time difference.
    The time difference depends on what you set as your home time zone, not where you receive the signal. If I set Tokyo as my home time zone, my watch would be way off, even though I'm getting the signal from Fort Collins in Colorado.

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