White GA-110C-7A vs GA-100B-7A. Which is nicer?
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    White GA-110C-7A vs GA-100B-7A. Which is nicer?

    I personally cannot decide at the moment, so I need some help from you guys. What do you think?

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    Re: White GA-110C-7A vs GA-100B-7A. Which is nicer?

    I like the one with a touch of blue inside.

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    Re: White GA-110C-7A vs GA-100B-7A. Which is nicer?

    i never like the design of the GA100 at all - it looks confusing with the 2 squares and hands - it seems the designer tried too hard - and the idea is not even original
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    Re: White GA-110C-7A vs GA-100B-7A. Which is nicer?

    I own both a GA-100 and 8 variations of the GA-110. I prefer the GA-110 since there are more variations available. I vote for the GA-110.
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    Re: White GA-110C-7A vs GA-100B-7A. Which is nicer?

    My first love would always be the GA-100 series...though i also have a GA-110.

    Plus, this a great colorway.

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    Re: White GA-110C-7A vs GA-100B-7A. Which is nicer?

    Love the 110, prob one of my top 2 fav series. I think it could be worn with more as well. Both are great looking watches tho.

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    In general i agree with the above posts about 110 vs 100. Having said that, that ga100b-7 you picked out is the only ga100 i've purchased and it's a keeper. Of the 110's i have and the ones i'm planning to get, that ga110c-7 isn't there for me. My two cents.
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    Re: White GA-110C-7A vs GA-100B-7A. Which is nicer?

    ugh man, I'm still torn. It seems even on the scorecards right now. lol Either way, I'll get them both for good prices. On lockerz I can get the GA-100 for $72 and the GA-110 for $78. Anyone else want to weigh in?

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    Re: White GA-110C-7A vs GA-100B-7A. Which is nicer?

    Quote Originally Posted by Strategist00 View Post
    I like the one with a touch of blue inside.
    +1

    I like a bit of contrast.




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    I have the white one with the blue trim. It looks really cool, and has had a lot of comments ;)

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