Nice one!Is this only your second G? If so, there are so many nice ones to try, if not - You know there are STILL so many nice ones to try...
Oh crap, here we go.... DW9052. Saw it at Walmart earlier and for less than $50, I had to. No need to risk the GX56 in the paint store now.... Believe it or not, the member to blame for this isn't Kirk. nelly1974 however....
Quote from: jerseydevil on November 01, 2013, 09:11:19 PMOh crap, here we go.... DW9052. Saw it at Walmart earlier and for less than $50, I had to. No need to risk the GX56 in the paint store now.... Believe it or not, the member to blame for this isn't Kirk. nelly1974 however.... LOL. You and only you are to blame.
Thanks.If you Guys (and Gals) like, I´ll did through some older pics and post some more Gs.
Yeah, it's helping make the case for hopping a Lufthansa flight out of Newark and going to you in person..... Sent from my SCH-S738C using Tapatalk
Was only $15 at a market, but looking in to it I'm 90% sure it's a fake, but it was worth a punt and will do for a work watch.
@ PTRSAK what does the case back say? the module should be in a square with model to the right
At first glance it definitely appeared to be a fake what caught my attention was the day of the week because the letters look too skinny also the 3 sub dials look "off" as well . The case back screws looked weird if you look at the ones in my picture you will see a difference. The lcd display also appeared "off" in relation to the sub dials. I checked Casio and model DW7900 doesn't show up in the GShock line up however there is a G7900 and a GW7900B-1. I'd say this isn't a real GShock sorry.
Target was having a buy one get 50% off one sale on watches, so one of the ones I purchased was a DW 5600. It's date starts at 2010 which is a cool update from the older models. Other than that it has not changed. I'm loving this G so far