What do you consider the "classic", iconic G's?

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    What do you consider the "classic", iconic G's?

    When I think G Shock, I think 5600, 6900, and maybe 6600. To me these are the classic shapes and functions.

    But others come to mind. The G 2300 series. The 9052.

    What about you, what are the "iconic" G's to you?
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    Re: What do you consider the "classic", iconic G's?

    Those are all classics. Here's a couple more that came to mind for me.

    The 5500 design was the second G-Shock ever made and it's still around:


    And the Frogman has stayed pretty true to the classic DW-6300 design from 1993.
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    Re: What do you consider the "classic", iconic G's?

    Iconic to me is one that has survived in many varieties for several years
    I consider 5600, 6900, 2300, 6600 as a iconic :)
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    Re: What do you consider the "classic", iconic G's?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff_C View Post
    When I think G Shock, I think 5600, 6900, and maybe 6600. To me these are the classic shapes and functions.

    But others come to mind. The G 2300 series. The 9052.

    What about you, what are the "iconic" G's to you?
    Exactly those ones, Jeff.
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    Re: What do you consider the "classic", iconic G's?

    5600

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    Re: What do you consider the "classic", iconic G's?

    Dw-5000/5600




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    Re: What do you consider the "classic", iconic G's?

    5600, 6900, 6600 and 9052. In that order.
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    Re: What do you consider the "classic", iconic G's?

    Don't have great G Shock knowledge like some of you guys but to me it's the 5600 too.

    That was my first G last year and started this craziness!

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    Re: What do you consider the "classic", iconic G's?

    This one is MY classic, the one that started it all for me



    I have that shirt too



    The classic shot



    And another one I don't have, the 5500 "Arnie" ("The running man")
    but I do have the Seiko "Arnie"


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    Re: What do you consider the "classic", iconic G's?

    This:



    ..and this:


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