What G-Shock models for for smaller wrists.

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    What G-Shock models for for smaller wrists.

    Hello everyone. I am new to this forum and was wondering what model to buy for a small wrist person. Any suggestion will be greatly appreciated. Thanks..

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    Re: What G-Shock models for for smaller wrists.

    Hmmm...Any 5600 series? These squares are awesome-looking and will fit and smaller wrists perfectly!
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    Re: What G-Shock models for for smaller wrists.

    Quote Originally Posted by Snoweagle View Post
    Hmmm...Any 5600 series? These squares are awesome-looking and will fit and smaller wrists perfectly!
    Yep I'll second that. The 5600's are without doubt the most compact G you can buy and the classic looks make it unbeatable imo. The GW-M5610 is worth a look if you fancy solar or the GW5000 if you're feeling flush!

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    Re: What G-Shock models for for smaller wrists.

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    Re: What G-Shock models for for smaller wrists.

    The 2nd gen mudman is pretty small g9000, and from the pictures the riseman g9200 and gulfman g9100 looks small aswell, or any dw5600 or gw5000

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    Re: What G-Shock models for for smaller wrists.

    Definitely, one of the 5600's or a 5000 is the way to go. Also, it's a great, classic shape with a ton of feature and color options available. A reasonably priced alternative to the 5610 mentioned above is the GW5600J-1. That said, I have a GW5000-1JF and it is completely worth the extra coin.

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    Re: What G-Shock models for for smaller wrists.

    I also suggest any 5600/5000, from cheapest to expensive I recommend: DW-5600e, GW-M5610, GW-5000. Or any discontinued DW-5000, DW-5600C

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    Re: What G-Shock models for for smaller wrists.

    G-2900
    G-7710
    G-8000
    G-8100
    G(W)-9200
    G(W)-9100
    GW-9110
    GR-9110
    AWG-M100
    GW-2500
    GW-2000
    G-7600
    Those are all fitting for a smaller wrist, but some are no longer made.

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    Re: What G-Shock models for for smaller wrists.

    As someone with small wrists, I recommend the 5600 series. Great fit and very comfortable. Also, the 9200 Riseman models are a pretty good fit too, but you might need to shorten the strap.

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