Like that Kawasaki G. Very nice.
Like that Kawasaki G. Very nice.
Forgive me if I forget to add 'IMO' after every post.
I can only express my opinion and if you don't like it tough!
I looked back at the manual (3215) for the GWX-5600WA-7, and turns out when I looked at it the first time I missed a whole section on tides. They have two different sections in the manual that are not adjacent, so I missed the one I wanted. So yes I can set a high tide time for a location associated with the home city. That's what I wanted to do all along.
Maybe I'm missing something but not sure what you mean by saying the GWX-5600 allows the location to be fine tuned a bit more.. It does have some pre-set locations in there associated with the home city, but none of them are very close to me. So I don't see that as a real benefit.
I'll get the local tide info online as I've done before and set the high tide time according to it. When I've done this with my Frogman watches before, they track those tide intervals very well. Hopefully this one will as well.
MRG-G1000B-1ADR, MTG-B1000TF-1AJR, GMW-B5000TCM-1, GMW-B5000TFC-1, GMW-B5000D-1, GMW-B5000GD-9, GMW-B5000V-1, GMW-B5000G-1, GPR-B1000-1, GPR-B1000-1B, GWG-1000-1A, GW-9400-1, GW-9400DCJ-1, GW-9400BTJ-8, GW-9401KJ-3JR, GW-5000-1JF, GW-B5600FB-4JR, GW-B5600HR-1, GW-B5600BC-1B, GXW-56BB-1JF, GXW-56-1BJF, GW-3000M-4A, DW-5035D-1B, DW-5600BB (x2), DW-5600E (x2), DW-5600EG-9V, DW-5600CL-1, GW-M5610TR-7JF, DW-5600MS, GLS-5600CL-1, GLS-5600CL-3, DW-6930, GA-100MM-8A, G100BB-1A, GLS-6900-9JF, G-8900SC, GD-350-1B, GD-400-9CS, DW-6900MS, GD-120CM-4, GD-X6900CM-5, GLS-8900CM-2, GW-002KA.
PAG-240B-2, PRW-2500R-1, PRW-3100FC-1JF, PRX-8000T-7AJF.
Casio AE-1200 (x2)
Edit: I wonder what's different between module 3215 and 3222. When I look up GWX-5600, I see the module number 3222.
Edit 2: I guess they are just the positive and negative LCD versions of the same module.
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BP Riseman wanted a little brother.
G-9000BP Black & Purple Mudman
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When there is doubt, there is no doubt.
Nice purple people eater!
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Call sign: Wit
Si vis pacem, para bellum
5035A received a day ago.
TAG Heuer Collector.
Not wanting to be left out of the purple lovefest....
I love my DW-8200-1A Frogman so much that I took a bit of a gamble on this pre-owned piece that was up on fleabay. Frankly speaking, the seller's photos were terrible, but his price was reasonable, so I bought the watch based on his high seller rating and assurance that it was in good condition.
Needless to say, I was very pleased when the watch arrived at my office this afternoon with little more than a few nicks and stains on the resin. (What I had initially thought were scratches on the glass just washed right off with a rinse of tainted LA city water. )
Will probably swap in some new resin at some point, but for now I'm glad to add the DW-8200BK-1JF "Real Black" Frogman to my Casio family.
I love me some bluish-purple EL backlight.....
"When the shadow of the sash appeared in the curtains it was between seven and eight o'clock and then I was in time again, hearing the watch. It was Grandfather's and when Father gave it to me he said I give you the mausoleum of all hope and desire.... I give it to you not that you may remember time, but that you might forget it now and then for a moment and not spend all your breath trying to conquer it."
--William Faulkner, The Sound and the Fury (1929)
It's a Marlin but a Timex Handwind Reissue of the 1960s Marlin
Note the drilled lugs.
This is the most beautiful watch I've ever seen, hands down. I'm in love! Ordered some custom bezels and straps to go with my new toy.
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