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    New G-Shock Mudmaster.

    New G-Shock Mudmaster GWG-1000

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    Sapphire glass, mud resistant structure, vibration resistanse (Alfa Gel),
    Tough solar, Multi-band 6, Triple sensor 3. 59.5 X56.1 X18mm, appr. 100g
    Price: USD $750.


    I like design better than GWN-1000 Gulfmaster, that was on my wishlist.
    Last edited by BlackNomad; Aug 11, 2015 at 04:40 AM.

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    That thing is a beast! Its so friggen ugly that its AWESOME.

    Definitely agree about the Gulfmaster. Its design didn't sing to me either. But this Mudmaster is making me feel glad now that I haven't gotten around to getting a Rangeman yet

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    Look's really bada$$... but my pencil wrist would make it look enermously silly on my wrist...

    that G would need a solid chunky wrist to make it look great... like how the RAF aviator look perfect on one of the member here shameless (Peter).

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    Too big and too expensive for me, but that's one badass watch. The yellow one is ridiculous but completely awesome.



    And yes, it does look huge on the wrist!


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    That one is on my list for sure.

    Need one....
    Favorite is the olive/black version.
    Regards Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by deCompression View Post
    That one is on my list for sure.

    Need one....
    Favorite is the olive/black version.
    with your wrist size, you will make that watch look GOOD Phil!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deCompression View Post
    That one is on my list for sure.

    Need one....
    Favorite is the olive/black version.
    I thought that was you in the picture, Phil!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iyonk View Post
    with your wrist size, you will make that watch look GOOD Phil!
    Thanks Lyon !

    I think it would only the watch
    Regards Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by OTGabe View Post
    I thought that was you in the picture, Phil!


    Sorry, I do not look that old.

    Regards Phil

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    The more I look at it the better I like it. It seems to me it's the best bang for the buck (MSRP): it has more features than MTG's and Gravitymasters, better protection and design than Gulfmaster, built specifically as a tool watch "for those whose work takes it into areas where piles of rubble, dirt, and debris are present" ,that sounds like a place just hit directly by RPG...
    As for the size, I don't think of it as a watch, but sort of a special portable computer.
    On my Wish list. Oh, boy, this is no good...
    ...
    Last edited by BlackNomad; Aug 12, 2015 at 04:13 PM.

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