What G is this gentleman wearing??

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    What G is this gentleman wearing??

    Can anyone identify it?
    I see the double tang...

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    Re: What G is this gentleman wearing??

    Actually 3.33 in the clip I see it only have a single tang strap.

    The more I look at it the less it seems that it is a G-Shock. Maybe it is not even a casio?

    But basically I have no idea...
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    Re: What G is this gentleman wearing??

    Looks like it has a yellow button - so mybe a PAG-40?

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    Re: What G is this gentleman wearing??

    Quote Originally Posted by Sedi View Post
    Looks like it has a yellow button - so mybe a PAG-40?

    Greetings, Sedi
    +1 with Sedi here...pag-40.

    This guy has probably changed out the straps by now. And we all know how hard it is for non-wristwatch enthusiasts to find original replacement parts for them...but sometimes folks are just willing to buy/accept compatible non-oem straps/bands that the sales ladies/guys in sporting goods stores shows them.

    OT: I'm surprised he's not one of those types that think less is more and use knotted para-cord as a watchband.

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    Wink Re: What G is this gentleman wearing??

    It's like said not a G, bit a ProTrek. Isn't it a more orange button? isn't it a PRG-80 or higher? The top part doesn't look PAG-40-ish...

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    Re: What G is this gentleman wearing??

    Could be none of the above. :)

    Looked G-ish to me. I tried finding the exact moment i saw the double tang... but cant.

    No worries friends... i was just curious.

    Thanks for having an "eyes on"!
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    Re: What G is this gentleman wearing??

    Here's another look at it from his site, looks like the PAG-40B, also the site is called "Pathfinder".....


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    Re: What G is this gentleman wearing??

    I don't know what it is but if I ever get stranded in the woods I would love to have this guy with me wait maybe not!!! LMAO

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    Re: What G is this gentleman wearing??

    The guy has some great survival tips, but if he is wearing a watch that needs a battery every 18 months about if it is a "Pathfinder".
    The MTG is retired and the 5600 too. Right now, the only working G-Shocks that I use and enjoy are the Riseman GW9200-1 and the GW6900-1

    If I can own a Rolex Submariner I would. I know they are tough too, their homages are tough. Trust me.

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