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    Please let me vent!

    This is a kind of grail for me as I love the GWN-Q1000.

    Been chasing this particular watch on eBay for about a month then finally got the deal I was willing to pay.
    Bought as 'Brand New' but the bezel has obviously had a knock at some point.
    Very small but now it's all I can see.
    It would hurt me to return as I just sold a mint GWN-Q1000-7A to fund this

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    Re: What to do?...

    Enjoy it....jt adds character!!


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    Pull back your haze and see all the beauty of the watch. Just think, the G might be obsessing on your numerous blemishes and is praying to be returned~~~~

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    Too small to disturb my daily habits
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    Re: What to do?...

    Quote Originally Posted by Steelerswit View Post
    Just think, the G might be obsessing on your numerous blemishes and is praying to be returned~~~~

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    Re: What to do?...

    When I got my GW-M5610-1BJF I noticed the display was crooked and could not stop looking at it and thinking how bad it looks but now it's one of my favourites and I don't care. Never thought I would but now think of it as a quirk,I know I could take it apart and realign probably but unless I have to I'm leaving it. Maybe you will just become oblivious to it before long as I did
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    Re: What to do?...

    Looks like the bezel can be special ordered from pacparts for $74, maybe that’ll put things in perspective (?).
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    Re: What to do?...

    Also you can use an removing scratchzs pad or pen easily ordered on eBay.
    And carefully, respecting the lines of the brush finish get rid of it.

    But don't bother.
    A G needs character.
    You will have other marks proving you are using a G Shock not only looking at it.

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    Re: What to do?...

    Quote Originally Posted by CC View Post
    Please let me vent!

    This is a kind of grail for me as I love the GWN-Q1000.

    Been chasing this particular watch on eBay for about a month then finally got the deal I was willing to pay.
    Bought as 'Brand New' but the bezel has obviously had a knock at some point.
    Very small but now it's all I can see.
    It would hurt me to return as I just sold a mint GWN-Q1000-7A to fund this

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    Very nice watch By the way mate.

    I my self would purchase the replacement part/s needed, because hasn't this model been recently put on the discontinued list? Then put the part/s in the box the watch came in and forget about them until it's really bad, or you want to sell it. It doesn't look that bad it's hardly noticeable

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    Re: What to do?...

    Yeah it's small but not what you expect and I noticed it straight away.
    Haven't had chance to see it in daylight yet.

    It's a 2017 model that will never be seen again. Doubt we'll ever see a new GWN-Q which is a shame.

    I do wear my watches but am guilty of babying them.

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