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My wife's newest G

Discussion in 'Watches' started by watchcollector1968, Oct 20, 2009.

  1. watchcollector1968

    watchcollector1968 Loaded Pockets

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    She came across this one through Amazon and really loved it...so I ordered it for her and now it seems to be stuck on her wrist!!
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  2. LauraQ

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    That's awesome! Nice to see that women wear G's too. I have a 5600 I always think is too big when I wear it...but I love it. :)
     
  3. Kwisatz

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    What a brave woman.

    However, the Mudman is really not that large when compared to the 6900 series and fits better under sleeves.
    In fact, the Mud looks bigger on the web than in real life.
     
  4. LauraQ

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    Really? Cause I'm tempted.... ;D
     
  5. Kwisatz

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    I had a Mudman from mail order during the last month.
    It is large, but not a giant.
    I sent it back because of "something", but i will get one if i catch a good price and a fancy color.

    The 6600 and the 6900 are a "good tiny bit" bigger and higher on the wrist.
    If I had to go to church with a G-Shock under a tight sleeve, I would choose the Mud.

    Go to any watch store. Compare them. The buttons on a Mudman are quite hard to compress, but that is in the nature of the mud resistance.
    Don´t blame the watch for it.
    If you like to play with the module and the functions a lot, don´t take a Mudman. Your fingertips will develop callus. If you wear your nails a bit longer, that can help.
    It can be solved by "cooking" the bezel, but I don´t cook watches. There is a well known blog on the web for this problem.

    Whatever, i would take a very long double take at any woman who wears a Mudman. That must be a cool girl.