What's so special about the "Master of the G" series?

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    Question What's so special about the "Master of the G" series?

    I don't mean to belittle them at all, but I just don't understand what the difference between those marketed as "Master of the G" as opposed to the standard versions.

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    Re: What's so special about the "Master of the G" series?

    Well ain't my face red? I admit I didn't search, just browsed the main page.

    Thanks for the links!
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    Re: What's so special about the "Master of the G" series?

    Ok, so I have read as much as I could and did a quick search on the forum as well as checking out Casio's site and I still don't the Master Muddy.

    According to Casio's specs, both models (G9000 and G9000MX) are exactly alike except for color schemes. Am I missing something between these two models?
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    Re: What's so special about the "Master of the G" series?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sose View Post
    Ok, so I have read as much as I could and did a quick search on the forum as well as checking out Casio's site and I still don't the Master Muddy.

    According to Casio's specs, both models (G9000 and G9000MX) are exactly alike except for color schemes. Am I missing something between these two models?
    You're probably right - the module is the same, but the color scheme is different.

    In short, though, the Master of G lines are a re-packaging of G features/functions to suit particular types of environments or activities.

    For example:

    Mudman = mud resistant
    Gulfman = rust resistant
    Frogman = diving
    Riseman = alititude/air pressure measurements
    etc.

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