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    Blue classic G!
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    You see no pictures in my post?
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    GW-5000 lesser brother.
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    EQW-M1000


    And I was lucky and snatched a used EQW-M600 from ebay (the successor to the EQW-M1000 without the "3D-dial" but with easier to read subdiaqls and weekday -- I can barely read the weekday on the 1000.
    Cheers, Sedi

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    Congrats Sedi. Pics when you get it.




    Gw5600j today.

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    Military today!
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    I used their services since 2009 so the most of my old threads have Photobucket pics inside.
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    What can we learn from all the lost information?
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    2. always keep control of your data

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    Congrats Sedi. Pics when you get it.
    Your wish is my command .
    Just arrived -- it has some small nicks and dings but that was clear from the description and the price was just great. And finally I can read the weekday and still have the great features of the EQW-M1000 -- IMO still one of the best all-analog solar-atomic watches out there (and of course all the other models where this movement was used, like some GIEZ models and MRGs and the famous GW-2000) -- who else has a 24 hr timer and 24 hr stopwatch plus alarm -- all completely analog? I can think of none -- neither by Seiko nor Citizen. AFAIK only Casio ever put that feature set in an analog watch. (Like always I immediately swapped out the bracelet for a nylon strap.)
    Cheers, Sedi

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    recycle picture, but the DW-6900 with GW5000 soft strap is on my wrist as i type this.. i really like this Classic G..

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    I'm on instagram: @iyonk_strap

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    Maharishi




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