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    Ok, I am new to this forum, so donít kill me for my entry nor if I did it wrong. I just had to speak about this for a second. I know people have said this before but I didnít really understand it until now. The g shock squares are very scarily addictive. I have the all black Bluetooth b5600 and I am so attached to this thing within just days of owning it. I canít even wear my Range Man, my seiko 007, my Tissot, my g-shock pilot, Citizen Padiís (own 3 of them), nor my older g-shock mtg or Casio databank. Iím sure there is many more Iím leaving out but I simply donít want to wear anything but this thing. I sleep in it, swim in it, go to work in it, you name it. That Combi bracelet and light weight of this watch makes it easily the best fitting watch that I have ever felt. It also is my very first negative display and absolutely love the stealth look of it. The Bluetooth feature that I thought was a gimmick thing at first, turned out to be very needed with only my second day of wearing it when I lost my phone and used the find my phone feature. Gone are also the days when itís storming and my watch doesnít connect to the atomic time. Now all I do is hit one button to connect to my Bluetooth app and time is updated. I mean Iím just really shook up about this thing. I tried to force myself to wear my range man the other day and it felt like I left my child in a stranger house and drove off. All I could think about was getting back home all day to this watch. I mean, this is crazy. I own a lot of watches and never felt this kind of connection. What kind of voodoo did Casio put inside these 5600ís series?


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    Welcome to the forum @Digitalcrack, I know what you mean there is something about squares that just gets you hooked, I thought the same when I got my first one.
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    Re: The Square addiction is real?

    Yes, its real


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dxnnis View Post
    Welcome to the forum @Digitalcrack, I know what you mean there is something about squares that just gets you hooked, I thought the same when I got my first one.
    Thanks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by germanos30 View Post
    Yes, its real

    Wow...lots of squares there. Awesome!!!


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    yeah, the square is very addictive, but then, half of your essay bragged about the bluetooth feature, which I don't have...and don't want to have
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    The Square obsession can become bit overpowering. My collection from a few years back.

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    Casio/ Citizen/ G-Shock/ Pro Trek/ Seiko



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    Quote Originally Posted by g-fob2 View Post
    yeah, the square is very addictive, but then, half of your essay bragged about the bluetooth feature, which I don't have...and don't want to have
    Yeah, I totally understand. I donít think they are features everyone feels the same about either. Luckily g-shock makes a lot of watches for all types of needs and likes:). I sure you are happy with whatever square you have as I am.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocat View Post
    The Square obsession can become bit overpowering. My collection from a few years back.

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    Old or new, you seem to have a lot of love for them and thatís what itís about.


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    Re: The Square addiction is real?

    Appreciate these threads







    There are more squares residing here, these were just the ones immediately at hand.
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