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    Some days ago the Gaussman... and today...

    ... The Riseman is arrived... this is used and from UK so no problem with the custom and coming in 5 days.
    It is not perfect, so I have buy a new grey leather/nylon strap to replace, but general conditon ar very good.



    As the Gaussman, what I like of this Riseman is the black/grey/yellow colour combination.



    Now I have:

    • Gaussman
    • Mudman
    • Wademan
    • Riseman
    • Seaman
    • Raysman

    What I miss?

    • Gulfman (what is the basic or must have model?)
    • Frogman (what is the basic or must have model?)
    • Lungman (the hugly )

    any other?
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    Re: Some days ago the Gaussman... and today...

    A question: this module support 24H reading?

    I have downloaded the manual but it seems they do not specificate...


    :thanks
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    Hi Schirra,

    Congratulations with your new Riseman. I got the same model and it has had quiet soem wrist time lately. I't a great model. I will try to find out how to toggle between 12 and 24h time display (yes, it is possible, of course).

    Cheers,

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    Re: Some days ago the Gaussman... and today...

    Hi Sjors nice to read from you!
    I have seen your Riseman in another post, and for this I have try to search mine!!!!!

    Thanks if you can help me with the 24H issue.

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    Re: Some days ago the Gaussman... and today...

    Hi Schirra,

    It's pretty simple. In time adjust mode (if the seconds flash), press one time on the light button (upper right) to toggle between 12 and 24h mode.

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    Re: Some days ago the Gaussman... and today...

    the riseman is one of my favourite watches. has been my stablemate for 5 years for now. but only recently ive been stuck on frogmans.
    cheers.

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    Re: Some days ago the Gaussman... and today...

    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors View Post
    Hi Schirra,

    It's pretty simple. In time adjust mode (if the seconds flash), press one time on the light button (upper right) to toggle between 12 and 24h mode.

    Cheers,

    Sjors
    Mission accomplished!

    :thanks:thanks:thanks
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    Re: Some days ago the Gaussman... and today...

    Hi Schirra,

    Have fun with your Riseman. I'm wearing the same model right now

    Cheers,

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    Re: Some days ago the Gaussman... and today...

    Salva
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    Wink Re: Some days ago the Gaussman... and today...

    Hi Schirra,

    About to look for next, if you would like to finish the classic "Master Of G" series, I would go for the basic models:

    Frogman: DW-6300
    Lungman: DWG-100
    Fisherman: DW-8600
    Gulfman: DW-9700

    Cheers,

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