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    Not popular BUT Loved...

    The DW/G - 6900 and 5600 series and some GD and GA G-shocks are undoubtly popular.. so show us your not so popular G but you still love them and keep them in your collection..

    I start with Both of these first...

    G2310

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    GWM500

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    and my very silly custom strap on DW9052... my most comfy G ever..

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    please show your un-popular but loved guys =)

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    My GW300. I bought it in 2003 and thought it looked very cool. Now I think it's quite ugly but the big digits are awesome, and it has too much sentimental value for me to part with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iyonk View Post
    The DW/G - 6900 and 5600 series and some GD and GA G-shocks are undoubtly popular.. so show us your not so popular G but you still love them and keep them in your collection..

    I start with Both of these first...

    G2310

    DSCN6480.jpg

    GWM500

    DSCN5820.jpg

    and my very silly custom strap on DW9052... my most comfy G ever..

    DSCN7999.jpg


    please show your un-popular but loved guys =)
    Hmm.... I think the 2300's are well liked, no? Not quite seen as liconic" G's, but maybe a notch below?




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    Not popular BUT Loved...

    Here are some of my candidates for not particularly popular these days, but well loved by me.

    The G-2400. I like the larger display, but have always found the watch as a whole to be endearingly funny looking.



    G-2500

    I love the look of this model, but you don't hear much chatter about it.




    G-2900

    Great crisp display, weird "sailboat" graphic, nice compact size, oddball e-data feature.



    G-2000

    The "poor man's Frogman". Nice design, screw back, style reminiscent of the Froggie.





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    G-7600-1


    DW56RTB-7 on matte resin


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    I'm calling Yankeexpress out to post his GW-056A. I'm still trying to find one of those. It's like trying to find hen's teeth.

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    I actually like the "Very silly" custom leather strap look.

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    This AWRM100 (non-atomic) seem to fit in this group =)
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    GD-400 is new but not very popular. The are only 24 pieces in The One And Only Official Count. 8-)

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    Cheers, Piowa

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    The G-8000, one of the best non-solar modules with time in all modes, repeating CDT, 24h Stopwatch and a big and bold display. Just in a challenging housing. :-)


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