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    White G 7900

    I have an opportunity to pick up a white 7900. A few questions...

    For those of you that own white G's do you wear them as much? Do they fit in with "casual work attire". By that I mean, are they TOO white and stand out too much?

    Thoughts on white Gs? Only for the Hip Hop crowd or cool for every day wear?

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    I must admit, Marshall looks pretty cool when he wears his white 6900! ;)
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    Re: White G 7900

    Hi Jeff,
    I'd say the bright colored Gs work best with jeans and t-shirt. Haven't worn my King in quite some time because it just doesn't fit under sleeves. And sleeves can also leave stains on the brightly colored Gs. The white 7900 is slightly greyish btw - it's not a pure white.
    Here's some nice pics from Kronos:
    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f17/g-7...ay-348354.html
    If you ask me - I think they are fine with casual work wear. I got the red one which does stand out, too. So far the only G-Shock I ever received a comment on was this one btw:


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    Re: White G 7900

    OOOH good to know its not a PURE white... that may help. I guess I will need to see it live.
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    Re: White G 7900

    Will get black on the edges from the first day if you wear a dark-colored long sleeve.
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    Re: White G 7900

    I have this model and it's nice. I must admit though, i tend to wear it when i'm wearing short sleeves like has already been mentioned. It's a great G-Shock, you won"t be disappointed. Ave that for a wrist shot lol.
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    Re: White G 7900

    Oh man, i do like the orange and blue accents... REALLy cool with the white.
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    Re: White G 7900

    Hmmm. wonder if it could be dye-d to a gray? could be cool.
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    Re: White G 7900

    I have to say on desire68's pics it looks whiter than I thought it was.

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    Re: White G 7900

    Lol @Sedi. It's cos of my cool dark brown skin bruv!
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    I have to say on desire68's pics it looks whiter than I thought it was.

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    It's certainly more white than grey. I love my 7900, but the matte white does get dirty easily. I wash mine after about every three wears and occasionally soak it in Oxy Clean to keep it glowing white. It's a great looking G and very comfortable!



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