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    Classic Newbie

    Hello guys,

    got this new beauty directly from Japan today morning.

    Rarely seen this classic version of the DW-6900 in the wild.

    I like the color scheme a lot.

    And that awesome display.
    Crisp, clear and with perfect contrast.









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    yes loving that quite the looker
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    Yes, a stunner....
    Regards Phil

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    well the pic's ant bad either
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    Thanks a lot !
    Regards Phil

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    Congrats Phil.

    That's an awesome looking classic. Great photos too.

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    Thanks Greg.
    Regards Phil

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    I was not a big fan of the DW6900 at first.. got one as a gift with white resin.. i find them to bulky for my wrist with the same features as a basic DW5600.. i also got several solar G6900 also and still didn't bond wit them due to the factory strap didn't fit me well..

    then i got a basic black DW6900 and put the supple GW5000 sost strap on it and boy! what a world of difference!! now it is among my rotation G.. it just fit me well and i love that the 5th light button is much easier to access than the sguare DW5600.

    with that in mind, now i regret that i didn't get the DW6930c 30th anniversarry back then.. i know that have very good display and contrast/legibility.. still got to pair it with the GW5000 strap though..







    Great thread Phil! and congrats on your new lovely G..
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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    Beauty!
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