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    From my collection:
    G-9000
    G-7900
    GLX-6900
    GLS-5600

    Some other may be low temp, too but its not always printed on the dial.

    Quote Originally Posted by deCompression View Post
    Which G's are equipped with an LOW TEMP LCD ?

    The GLS-6900 also -20C

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    I found another model.

    The GLS-8900 is equipped with an LOW TEMP LCD.


    Last edited by deCompression; Jan 29, 2017 at 09:44 PM.
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    And the GLS-100

    Regards Phil

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    Do the 'normal' temp ones cause any of you guys a significantly visual problem ?… going sluggish in the winter when you're out ?
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    Not encountered that myself.
    Maybe if you wear the watch over the sleeves in a cold winter.
    Worn on the skin there a more serious problems then LCDs if the temp drops to anywhere near -20C.

    Quote Originally Posted by Seriously View Post
    Question>

    Do the 'normal' temp ones cause any of you guys a significantly visual problem ? going sluggish in the winter when you're out ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by d2mac View Post
    Worn on the skin there a more serious problems then LCDs if the temp drops to anywhere near -20C.
    I was thinking that


    Maybe if you wear the watch over the sleeves in a cold winter.
    Still , with a normal temp LCD worn in the open on a biting windy winters day , you might start to see a problem …. what do the normal LCD's go down to anywayz ? ….. don't tell me it's -18C
    Last edited by Seriously; Jan 29, 2017 at 11:13 PM.
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    There's one missing from the list so far. The GLS-5500.
    Cheers, Sedi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sedi View Post
    There's one missing from the list so far. The GLS-5500.
    Thats right sedi !


    Nice color

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    Exactly the one I got 😀. Not really wearing it all that often however.
    Cheers, Sedi

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