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    Cool Finally found my dream watch!

    I have been looking to find this watch forever!!....and finally did this week. It's the GW6900A-9. Excited is definitely an understatement!
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    I love this one as well! Im a huge fan of the yellow!

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    do you have any yellow G's? this makes the 2nd yellow one for me.

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    Unfortunately no. Im looking for a gw5600 in yellow.

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    i've only seen one of those...i think theyre really rare. ive seen a bunch of the g5600 in yellow. have you ever thought about taking a gw5600 an putting yellow resin on it? I also also have the glx6900a-9 which is yellow, love the watch, except i dont like that it has a red "G" on the g button though.
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    I was trying to figure out the difference between the G5600 and the GW5600... i think i finally figured it out. The GW5600 is atomic while the G5600 isnt.

    Can anyone confirm?
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    Yes, you are absolutely correct. In most cases, whenever a g-shock is an atomic solar (mutiband 5/6) it starts with the letters GW, when a model is just solar, it starts with just a G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willylix View Post
    Yes, you are absolutely correct. In most cases, whenever a g-shock is an atomic solar (mutiband 5/6) it starts with the letters GW, when a model is just solar, it starts with just a G.
    what about GW-M5600's? lol

    I'm trying to figure out which one I have.. here's a picture (you would think i would know this)

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    Quote Originally Posted by chavo60 View Post
    what about GW-M5600's? lol

    I'm trying to figure out which one I have.. here's a picture (you would think i would know this)

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    That sure looks like a GW-m5600. It's a multi-band 5 model. The latest GW-m5610 models are multi-band 6.
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    After more research ...

    DW-5600: (module 1545 )
    - not solar or atomic

    G-5600module 2597)
    - solar but not atomic

    GW-5600: (module 2924)
    - solar and atomic but does not show day and date at the same time

    GW-M5600: (module 3063)
    - solar and atomic and does show day and date at the same time
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