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    TIDE GRAPH QUESTION!!

    Hi all!! I am looking for a g shock or pathfinder that has a good tide graph that shows high and low tides for each day!! Can anyone recommend a model number or specific watch!! THANKS IN ADVANCE!! DAN

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    Re: TIDE GRAPH QUESTION!!

    For Pathfinder (Protrek) PAW1500 and PRW2500 show tide graph and low/high tide data.
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    For G-Shock, many models have the tide graph. The popular one should be the colorful G-Lide line. For example GWX5600B, GRX5600GE, GLX5600, GLX6900
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    Other G-Shock is the 7900 series and Master of G Gulfman and Frogman
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    Re: TIDE GRAPH QUESTION!!

    I have the GLX-5600 G-Lide in red which I love and which does what you're looking for. So I'll put in a vote for that. ;)

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    Re: TIDE GRAPH QUESTION!!

    There is also the GW7900, which is my personal favorite, in spite of the metal rivets and their apparent propensity to fall out. The tide graph also accounts for spring and neap (?) tides, and can be set to the minute instead of having to try to calculate a lunitidal interval for whatever location you're in. And I have done a check on the tide graph drift for my location, and the worst case is about 40 minutes. That seems like a lot, but for my uses, it is fine. Anything tighter than that, and I think you need to lok at another means of getting your tidal interval.

    BTW, I also have the G7900, GLX6900, G9100, and GLX5600. GW7900 is my favorite.

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    Re: TIDE GRAPH QUESTION!!

    The (non-atomic) Gulfman and G(W)-7900 are relative cheap G-Shocks with a good working Tidegraph. Also the new G-Lide models GLX-150 and GWX-8900 have a Tidegraph. If you have more money to spend, a GF-8200 or GWF-1000 Frogman have also a Tidegraph and are very cool (specially the yellow version).

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