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    Suggest a small G with easy to press buttons

    Hey everyone,

    I absolutely love the size (specially the very slim "height" off my wrist) and form factor of my M5610, but I find myself continuously coming back to my Rangeman because of how difficult the buttons on the M5610 are, in comparison, to press

    So, f17, can you suggest me a G that would be the best of both worlds (slim, yet has easily pressed buttons)?

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    Re: Suggest a small G with easy to press buttons

    I sound like a broken record here, but GW6900-1. Slim, solar, atomic and cheap.Name:  20171022_100300.jpg
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    Re: Suggest a small G with easy to press buttons

    Quote Originally Posted by grinch_actual View Post
    I sound like a broken record here, but GW6900-1. Slim, solar, atomic and cheap
    Yeah, but it has the same buttons as the M5610, and those tiny buttons are the only thing I dislike about the M5610 :/
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    Re: Suggest a small G with easy to press buttons

    Quote Originally Posted by tekmonkey View Post
    Yeah, but it has the same buttons as the M5610, and those tiny buttons are the only thing I dislike about the M5610 :/
    Same buttons but they sit higher from the bezel. Much easier to press.

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    Re: Suggest a small G with easy to press buttons

    I suggest you join a gym!

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    Re: Suggest a small G with easy to press buttons

    Quote Originally Posted by grinch_actual View Post
    Same buttons but they sit higher from the bezel. Much easier to press.
    A-ha! Interesting. Thanks for the insight, hadn't thought about that. Will check it out, along with the G9010
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    Re: Suggest a small G with easy to press buttons

    Although 5500 buttons are not easy to press, they are much larger. And the watch is slim.

    Another, non-G option, is PRW-3000 /3100.

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    Re: Suggest a small G with easy to press buttons

    Check out the G7700 / G7710
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    Re: Suggest a small G with easy to press buttons

    Look at the GW-2310.
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    Re: Suggest a small G with easy to press buttons

    zaratzu has the best option so far. The G77XX series have buttons that are extremely easy to push. They are small but very easy to operate. It does not take much pressure to activate them.

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