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    Some of the G's that have passed through my hands...

    wish i kept some of these :(

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    Re: Some of the G's that have passed through my hands...

    You flipped all of them ?
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    Thats me, i always refresh my collections :)
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    Re: Some of the G's that have passed through my hands...

    Thanks for posting these photos, Antonis. Wow, that MR-G Revman is so rugged looking. I'd have had a very tough time letting go of that one. I did see one for sale last year... I think it sold for around $500 or less. I was sure tempted, and it made a few rounds on eBay before it finally sold. But now, there are some other MR-G's that are speaking more loudly to me.

    Anyway, glad to see a veteran G-Shock owner come back to visit the fold. Hope you stay around for a good long while.
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    Re: Some of the G's that have passed through my hands...

    ahh, the carbon fiber Frogman, thats a good one.
    Couple of watches here and there


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    Those camos are something of a G grail of mine. Real cool. Hope your new collection is even cooler!!!

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    Re: Some of the G's that have passed through my hands...

    Next time, call me FIRST! I'll be your friend, slap you until you are fully SOBER....
    If that doesn't help, I'll purchase from you.

    btw, if those are what you flip...I can't help to curious about your current collection.
    Must be more fabulous than those

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    Re: Some of the G's that have passed through my hands...

    That revman is a fine looking watch! The G's passed through my hands...1st Mudman, Xtreme series, dw6900, early Glide models....and a couple more...I regret not keeping the first Mudman...
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    Re: Some of the G's that have passed through my hands...

    couple old group shots




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    Re: Some of the G's that have passed through my hands...

    Quote Originally Posted by xevious View Post
    Wow, that MR-G Revman is so rugged looking. I'd have had a very tough time letting go of that one. I did see one for sale last year... I think it sold for around $500 or less.
    I think I know who bought that Revman

    50 Gs

    @ Antonis,

    I also have that yellow MTG. That's quite a cool looking analog!

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