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    'Beaters" Appreciation... show your G that you actually wear/use!

    We all love our G and most of us appreciate them enough to not abuse them.. so for Fun.. show your G that you enjoy to wear and not afraid to wear!

    my first one is very predictable.. my dream come true.. a DW-5030c on soft resins.. i'm not afraid to use it since i have backup for it..
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    my second will never win a beauty contest, but it is my most comfortable G... it just balance so well and very enjoyable to wear. a DW9052 on selfmade strap.
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    my third is the modern G9300 mudman.. have great features and fit my small wrist rather well even though its pretty big..
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    so please share yours for fun guys =)
    thanks everybody..

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    Not a G but damn close. Daily beater, work watch, workout watch, casual watch. PRW-3000DSC_4623.jpgDSC_4617.jpg

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    Pretty impressive build!
    Cheers, Sedi

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    Yeah... though body like that need tough watch to complement hehehe.. thanks for sharing jake! =)

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    I wear all my G, but this one is my beater / gym watch.

    G2400 500-lap counter


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    Here is my most worn G-Shock - GW-6900 standard. I worked on 2 different motorcycles yesterday and should not have worn it. It smells a little like motor oil currently. It is soaking in tap water overnight right now. Hopefully that will do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantasm View Post
    Here is my most worn G-Shock - GW-6900 standard. I worked on 2 different motorcycles yesterday and should not have worn it. It smells a little like motor oil currently. It is soaking in tap water overnight right now. Hopefully that will do it.
    Nice bike.

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    My beater until some years ago was a DW-6900 in standard black.
    The Bezel was looking alike.
    I even had it for some years strapped to my moto-bike.
    Then i feld regret for handling one of my oldest Gs so bad and gave it a bezel and band refresh.



    Then i bought the GW-M5600 and had a new, even more care-free beater on hand.


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    I dont hesitate to wear my GW9000A. It has some paint splatter, gouges , and crystal scratches. I like the design of my G9000 better so I'm more careful with it. Funny how we baby some of our G's but not others.

    Before the gw9000 and until the band fell off I wore my GW500 without worry.
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    My beater/hard-use/outdoor work watch is my standard 9300 Mudman. Funny thing is, no matter what I've put it through, after a quick rinse it is no worse for the wear.


    Here it is after a day's work






    And here it is later that same day taking a rain bath




    With some of my edc items


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