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    'Jam In' Mudman

    I've managed to source a couple of the 'jam in' series on 'G's, i'm finding them really attractive at the moment. The Mudman is a model i quite like and would love to get hold of one from the Jam in' series but, i'm not sure. The thing is, all the pictures i see look as though the bezel is a flat olive green. It is as though the strap has had the 'Jam in' process but they stuck a standard green bezel on it.

    Has anyone got one of these that has a bezel that is multi-coloured (or multi-shaded)?

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    Not seen a mudman with a camo bezel. Assume you mean the G-Shock G-9000MC-3 > http://product-search.casio.jp/wat/g...0MC-3JF&n=1596 . Cool model I reckon, even without the camo bezel.

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    Yes, thats the one. If it's just the strap, i'm a little disappointed that the bezel is not similar to the others in the Jam In series. If you compare them to these:

    http://www.g-peopleland.com/g9000mc3jf.htm

    And these two i already have:

    http://www.g-peopleland.com/g5500mc5jf.htm

    http://www.g-peopleland.com/dw-6900mc-7adr.htm

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    Unusual decision from Casio, wonder why they chose not to make the bezel camo on the Mudman. Have to say I'm not a huge fan of contrasting band / bezel combos.

    If you wanted a one off Camo Mumdan you could always contact these chaps who do the Dytac DW-5600 about doing you a custom > http://collectibles.shop.ebay.com/Mi...=p3911.c0.m282

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    I noticed the 'MIRO' Mudman also has the standard black bezel and an Orange strap, maybe they use a composite that does'nt like being coloured on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spencer Lee View Post
    I noticed the 'MIRO' Mudman also has the standard black bezel and an Orange strap, maybe they use a composite that does'nt like being coloured on it.
    Good point, perhaps that is why the Mudman is different to the rest of the MIRO range. Although Casio do choose to do quite a few models with contrasting band / bezels like the ICERC collaborations etc.

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