What G-Shock ?

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    What G-Shock ?

    Hi everybody !!

    I'm new here so if I do something wrong, just tell me.
    I'm French so sorry for my English

    I'm 17 and I'm looking for a watch, which can follow me everywhere, it includes go to high school, swim, play tennis, go out with friends etc....
    So I think that a G-Shock is the best choice that I can do.

    But my wrist is only 17.5 cm (6.9 inches) that's why I'm looking for a G-Shock relatively "small".

    I have 100€ (130$) to buy this watch.

    Thanking you in advance for your help.
    JimJim23

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    Cool Re: What G-Shock ?

    GLX5600-1
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    Re: What G-Shock ?

    Thank you dirkdiggler !!

    Other proposals ?

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    Re: What G-Shock ?

    I think if you're going for just one model (and who can really stop at one ) for all your activities, I'd say go for the best current all-rounder with a good, clear display and plenty of useable features...

    ...the solar/atomic Riseman (GW-9200).


    Not too expensive either and don't worry about your wrist; mine is similar to yours and I can wear big Protreks comfortably so a Riseman is easy.

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    Re: What G-Shock ?

    Considering your budget, you can take a look at the GW-M5600, solar-powered with atomic signal reception, so you'll never be late for class.

    Or the GW-056-1V, also solar atomic but in a slimmer design. Last I checked, it's going for 50.71 euro (plus 13.83 shipping) in eBay France.
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    G-9200 Riseman
    G-9100 Gulfman
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    GW5600J
    GA-100A-9A

    Sucks to be without a G.

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    Re: What G-Shock ?

    Hi bluegum !!

    The idea of a solar/atomic watch is really good but this one has too much functions that I'm sure, I'll never use.

    What do you think of the GW-M850-1ER ?

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    Re: What G-Shock ?

    Thanks Bogeyman !!

    I see the two models and I have to say that I really prefer the GW-M5600.

    it could be a great choice !!

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    Re: What G-Shock ?

    Oh good, because as it turns out, the GW-056 only receives signals from Japan and the US. :oops:
    DW-9051/2
    G-9200 Riseman
    G-9100 Gulfman
    G-9000MC-8D Mudman
    GW5600J
    GA-100A-9A

    Sucks to be without a G.

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    Re: What G-Shock ?

    Can't go wrong with this one IMO...





    BTW, salut, bienvenue and welcome to the forum!




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    Re: What G-Shock ?

    Ok thank you for the information Bogeyman !!

    Hi kiwidj !!

    Merci à toi pour l'accueil !! (and welcome = bienvenue so you don't need to repeat it !! ;)

    I think this G-Shock will be mine soon !!

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