Cheers, I'd been wondering the same thing the other day
Hmm, I don't pronounce it that way. Since it's a reasonable supposition that it's named after the Swiss German-speaking town, I have assumed it's pronounced Gee-ets, with a hard 'G'.
Or, to take out the slight pause - Gyets.
I used to list my watches here until I realised it ruined people's Google searches...
Secondarily -- what the heck does it mean? Mudman and Gulfman I get....
Seiko SKXA35 Auto Diver
Stauer Day/Date/Month Auto
Glycine Incursore 100M Auto
O&W Ocean Master Vintage handwinder
Citizen EcoZilla diver
Hamilton Khaki Officer 44mm Unitas w/custom hands and lume
Volmax Aviator 45mm handwinder
Laco 42mm B-Type Flieger
Glycine Eugene Meylan
Hamilton Jazzmaster PR
A +40mm Seiko Alpinist, if Seiko ever decides to make one...
My wrist size - 8"/20.3cm
Here's what Babelfish came up with after translating the Japanese definition:
GIEZ of which it is etymological is 'G-ESSENCE' means essence and essence. The G-Shock for a suitable adult for calling by sticking to the quality as the clock without the compromise until arriving at the material in the design, the function, and one point part a point the excellent article is achieved. It tastes by embezzlement, it becomes deep, and feeling of quality is exactly suitable for the name of tough of the refinement.
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