Some options for a small wrist guy
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    Some options for a small wrist guy

    I already own 4 Gs but I'm currently in a moment in my life that allows me to get a few more. Since I have skinny wrists I always have a hard time when it comes to Gs and there are some models I like that are not available in store around here so I would like some options from you guys (Keep the G101/G100 as reference as it is one of the G-Shocks that fits my wrist perfectly) Either analog or digital models, pictures are appreciated. Thanks!
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    Casio G-Shock DW-6600
    Casio G-Shock G-2900
    Casio G-Shock DW-9052
    Casio G-Shock G101
    Casio MRW200H-1BV
    Timex T62951
    And a few cheap digital and analogs...

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    Re: Some options for a small wrist guy

    G-511

    looking at the G's at your signature, i feel like you should get a G(W)-6900 to see how it looks on you wrist
    and it's time to try some updated Gshocks anyway

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    Re: Some options for a small wrist guy

    Any 5600/6900 should fit you well, they are quite small for most of people.
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    Re: Some options for a small wrist guy

    G Lord,

    I second the 5600 series. you could try a gw2310 as well
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    Re: Some options for a small wrist guy

    The ana-digi AWG-M100 and the now discontinued digital G-7700/7710 use the same basic circular bezel, that I believe is a perfect complement to the squares from the 5600 series. It doesn't get much smaller than those models nowadays. The also discontinued analog GW-2000 and ana-digi GW-2500 are also on the small size for today's standards.

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    Re: Some options for a small wrist guy

    I can't see your signauture (I'm on tapatalk), so off the top of my head:

    7700/7710 as already recommended

    7800

    9000/9010

    9100



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    Re: Some options for a small wrist guy

    As suggested, one of the square 5600 series watches. They are very light and comfortable. I have a 7 1/2" wrist and I hardly know the watch is on my wrist. They are much smaller than my other G's. Cheers, Bill P.

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