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    STEALTH - g-shocks in steath

    Hi all, ive come across many posts about stealthing you g-shocks. basically stealthing means to remove the colour paint of the words on the bezel. am i correct?

    besides the most commonly stealthed black, what other colours have you guys stealthed? stealthed does not necessarily mean it has strictly got to be black? (apart from F-117 and B-2 )

    any photos to share, please post! cheers... :thanks

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    Re: STEALTH - g-shocks in steath

    Quote Originally Posted by FrogmanFreak View Post
    Hi all, ive come across many posts about stealthing you g-shocks. basically stealthing means to remove the colour paint of the words on the bezel. am i correct?
    Removing bezel paint is definitely the most common method of stealthing a G-Shock, but it is certainly not the only method. Here are two stealthing jobs performed by me, that employ more than just bezel paint removal.



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    Re: STEALTH - g-shocks in steath

    wow! the watches look very cool, congratulations.

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    Re: STEALTH - g-shocks in steath

    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzbait View Post
    Removing bezel paint is definitely the most common method of stealthing a G-Shock, but it is certainly not the only method. Here are two stealthing jobs performed by me, that employ more than just bezel paint removal.


    Sweet, would you mind telling me how I could transform my DW-6900 into a stealthed version like that? That's one mean looking watch.
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    Re: STEALTH - g-shocks in steath

    Quote Originally Posted by tseely View Post
    Sweet, would you mind telling me how I could transform my DW-6900 into a stealthed version like that? That's one mean looking watch.
    Thanks!!! That was one of my more successful projects. Here's a thread on that watch.

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=70845

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    Re: STEALTH - g-shocks in steath

    Those all look great! Just an fyi....there are a couple of models that look pretty stealthy out of the box:

    http://www.seiyajapan.com/product/G-GW-9000-1JF

    http://www.seiyajapan.com/product/G-GW-5500-1AJF

    Albeit they are a bit on the "high end" side.

    Here's another neat stealthing job if you like analog:

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthr...ighlight=casio
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    Re: STEALTH - g-shocks in steath

    Here is a thread where I stealthed a yellow Frogman. As you can see by the posts not too many peopel like it. LOL

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=64754
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    Re: STEALTH - g-shocks in steath

    Quote Originally Posted by stan2323 View Post
    Here is a thread where I stealthed a yellow Frogman. As you can see by the posts not too many peopel like it. LOL

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=64754
    The cheese comment was funny.

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