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    Yes it's a Baby-G but look at my skinny, wimpy, hairless Asian wrist :)

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    Recently purchased a Miband 4 which I wore for a few months but started to miss wearing a proper watch.

    Of all the information provided by the Miband (steps, HR, sleep, notifications) in reality (relative) daily step count was all that was really important to me (I don't care if I did 4000 or 4100 steps as long as the inconsistency is consistent and I can see if I did more steps than say yesterday).
    Notifications on the Miband were nice but realized that I was becoming a slave to my phone and that I was becoming rude in meetings etc looking at my band every time a notification came through (yes I could have changed this behaviourally).
    Found the BSA-B100-1A, a nice compromise (looks a bit like the GA2100 in design too) 😊. Yes it's a Baby-G but look at the title 😂

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    Re: Yes it's a Baby-G but look at my skinny, wimpy, hairless Asian wrist :)

    looks good man, nice clean face. could always black out the text if it really bothered you, tho as discussed ad nauseum on here, no one outside of this forum would really care so if youre happy, thats all that matters
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    Re: Yes it's a Baby-G but look at my skinny, wimpy, hairless Asian wrist :)

    Curious about your wrist size. I also have a skinny wimpy hairless Asian wrist of about 6.5 inches. I wear regular squares proudly, regular round shape models such as awgm100, gwm500, g2900 etc equally comfortably and not out of place. I even wore bigger ones like 6900, prw-6600, gwa1100 before.

    Don’t get me wrong. This baby G looks perfectly sized on you. If it were me I just don’t like the “baby G” lettering and rather go up a size.

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    Re: Yes it's a Baby-G but look at my skinny, wimpy, hairless Asian wrist :)

    Looks great. I doubt anybody will notice it's a Baby-G. Except for you!
    I could stop buying watches, but I'm no quitter.

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    Always had a thing for smaller watches but yes the DW5600e (1545) that I was given was what started me down the G-shock path. It's my beater weekend working watch and isn't too big and gets regular wrist time.

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    Baby-G BLX-560 picked up for $50AUD brand new at a charity auction
    Seiko SNK809
    DW5600E (1545) given to me while cleaning up a friend's house
    Baby-G BSA-G100
    Seiko 90s Kinetic picked up from a charity shop for $3AUD with a broken glass. Fixed for $40AUD
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    Re: Yes it's a Baby-G but look at my skinny, wimpy, hairless Asian wrist :)

    Dude, rock it hard.

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    Re: Yes it's a Baby-G but look at my skinny, wimpy, hairless Asian wrist :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Steelerswit View Post
    Dude, rock it hard.

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    Re: Yes it's a Baby-G but look at my skinny, wimpy, hairless Asian wrist :)

    Thanks Steelerswit

    Spend a couple of years in Vietnam working pretty closely with some Buddhist monks. For me they're a cross between "fashion", Buddhist prayer beads and Greek worry beads :)
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    Re: Yes it's a Baby-G but look at my skinny, wimpy, hairless Asian wrist :)

    That's a nice looking watch. The integration of the LCD displays is pretty cool. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Yes it's a Baby-G but look at my skinny, wimpy, hairless Asian wrist :)

    Quote Originally Posted by fidjit View Post
    Thanks Steelerswit

    Spend a couple of years in Vietnam working pretty closely with some Buddhist monks. For me they're a cross between "fashion", Buddhist prayer beads and Greek worry beads :)
    I'm a Christian Buddhist. I follow no organized religion but believe in in universal truth of God. I wear beads, and try to do no harm... Unless harm is needed for the greater good.... Yeah, I'm wierd.

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