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    Quote Originally Posted by mlcor View Post
    Good one! That was actually my second choice, but twice as much money. The other two you suggested have dates at 4:30.
    ok no dates well date windows at least hmm the steel range are good lookers but as you say not sure there worth the price point you see them at normal , just my take on it ,
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    There's also this other version of the GST-S100G, but again, bigger and no atomic sync, although some other cool features.GSTS100G-1B_xlarge.png

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    Quote Originally Posted by is that my watch View Post
    ok no dates well date windows at least hmm the steel range are good lookers but as you say not sure there worth the price point you see them at normal , just my take on it ,
    Agreed, especially for a first try, as you say.

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    so some thing like your first pic as I say it's not bad but just stealth hmmm want one but just more to say I had one think for use one of the others might work better just going to have a look at some thing
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    how about a Casio G-SHOCK MTG-1500



    hmmm maybe not just seen the price
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    Quote Originally Posted by is that my watch View Post
    how about a Casio G-SHOCK MTG-1500



    hmmm maybe not just seen the price
    Indeed. Way too much for a G-Shock experiment.

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    think looking at whats available you might as well go your op unless one of the guys can think of one ? that I ant bet there a few I missed and it must have appealed to show it so worth a try just to see
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    I think the awgm100B is a great first choice. Smaller model, stealthy, extremely legible.

    I had one, loved everything about it but sadly it was uncomfortable on my bony wrist and I sold it. It's an awesome model for what you are looking for ml.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    I think the awgm100B is a great first choice. Smaller model, stealthy, extremely legible.

    I had one, loved everything about it but sadly it was uncomfortable on my bony wrist and I sold it. It's an awesome model for what you are looking for ml.
    Thanks, Greg. What was uncomfortable about it?

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    My wrists are more flat than round. Alot of watches(different makes and models) rub and irritate the ulna bone protrusion commonly seen on flat wrists.

    I have so many watches to choose from I guess I'm a little OCD about that.

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