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    Six years with G-Shocks

    Six years ago I bought my first G-Shock. I decided to gather pictures of all my 50 watches in one thread.

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    I sold 42 of them, gave three for charity auctions, gave two to my family, DW-295 is on the tour around the world:

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f17/poormans-frogman-dw-295-world-tour-1219530.html

    So now I have two watches: MudMaster and positive atomic King.

    Funny fact: I had the same two watches (and only two) one year ago.

    This is continuation of my threads from October 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016:

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f17/two-years-g-shocks-932130.html
    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f17/three-years-g-shocks-1140738.html
    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f17/four-years-g-shocks-2514266.html
    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f17/five-years-g-shocks-3698706.html

    Cheers, Piowa

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    Re: Six years with G-Shocks

    Nice set of G's!
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    Re: Six years with G-Shocks

    Nice collage. Would love to see your favorite wrist shots of the two still standing!
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    Re: Six years with G-Shocks

    Quote Originally Posted by zaratsu View Post
    Nice collage. Would love to see your favorite wrist shots of the two still standing!
    I second this!!

    Piowa, is it my imagination, or are there 1/2 dozen shots or so of the same watch?? The orange King w/negative display. Why is that? Did you own this watch multiple times?
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    Nice collection. I have 3 ga100 variants
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    Rolex Yachtmaster 16622
    Archimede Pilot Automatic
    Casio G-Shock GA100MC-1A4

    Casio G-Shock GA100-1A1
    Casio GMW-B5000D-1ER
    Citizen Eco-drive CA0255-01E

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    Re: Six years with G-Shocks

    Quote Originally Posted by zaratsu View Post
    Nice collage. Would love to see your favorite wrist shots of the two still standing!
    Thanks. No problem. I just don't like wrist shots and I don't take this kind of pictures very often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Time4Playnow View Post
    Piowa, is it my imagination, or are there 1/2 dozen shots or so of the same watch?? The orange King w/negative display. Why is that? Did you own this watch multiple times?
    I had 15 Kings (6 red, 6 orange, 2 positive and 1 GB)
    I had three G-7800-1 and two DW-5600C
    They are all included in the collage.
    8--))

    Without repeating watches (I omitted also GXW-56-1B as it is very similar to GX-56-1B) my collage looks like this...

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    Cheers, Piowa
    Last edited by Piowa; October 22nd, 2017 at 08:10.

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    Re: Six years with G-Shocks

    Quote Originally Posted by Piowa View Post
    Thanks. No problem. I just don't like wrist shots and I don't take this kind of pictures very often.

    Without repeating watches (I omitted also GXW-56-1B as it is very similar to GX-56-1B) my collage looks like this...

    Cheers, Piowa
    Okay....how about we take the "wrist shot" part out of the equation, and just see a couple of your favorite shots of your two remaining watches?
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    Re: Six years with G-Shocks

    Actually it is GX-56-1B

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    Re: Six years with G-Shocks

    Nice bro, whats your top 5 favourites?



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    Re: Six years with G-Shocks

    I have chosen 32 pictures of my watches.
    Try to do another selection and post some of them.

    8--))

    Cheers, Piowa
    Last edited by Piowa; October 23rd, 2017 at 01:24.

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