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    First post and first G Shock.

    Here is my first G Shock, its a DW-6900 JAPAN DREAM AIR LIMITED EDITION. Looking forward to being skint buying loads more G Shocks..
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    Hello, and welcome to the forum. That is a damn good find for a first G. The backlight on that is amazing. Did you source it from the UK?
    It's a G thing

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    Dee & Ricky 2, In4mation (grey), Krink, Passerella Death Squad, WCCS, alife⚡, alife, Nigel Sylvester, The Hundreds, Maharishi, In4mation (white150), Dream Air, New Era, Eric Haze 30th, Burton, Wu Tang, CLOT, DGK2, BE@RBRICK, Nigel Sylvester 2, Geometric, 6900BS, Supra, Channel Island, BE@RBRICK 2, New Era 110

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    Got it from an guy on ebay from Japan, i think hes got other various rare G shocks for sale (bbtiesto). Ive been looking for a few weeks for my first G Shock, and i was wanting it to be a good find as u say, so this is what i came up with, happy days.

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    Great first G-Shock, somewhat more special than the norm Any idea as to who or what Japan Dream Air is / are?

    Bbtiesto is a pretty big wheel when it comes to selling G-Shocks on the 'bay > http://stores.ebay.com/bbtiestogshockstore

    Oh, welcome to the forum too

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    Gonna have a little surf tonight after work to see if i can find any info on the Dream Air, cheers. Buy the way, do people actually wear there rare G Shocks, or just keep them for display? Was wondering if i should just keep this one as new condition or just wear it????

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    Quote Originally Posted by snedanator View Post
    Gonna have a little surf tonight after work to see if i can find any info on the Dream Air, cheers. Buy the way, do people actually wear there rare G Shocks, or just keep them for display? Was wondering if i should just keep this one as new condition or just wear it????
    Good question! I'm not a big collector of Limited Editions / Collabs although I have a couple. I do wear them but not that often, certainly not as daily beaters. I'd say just wear it but not that much

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    The way I got into this was to buy an expensive (for me) GW-3000 as an alternative to my six quid market special. Given that my work often involves hammers or vibrating drills I felt it wasn't a good idea to wear the G-Shock on a daily basis - not for the fear of it not working but because I didn't want to scratch it/cover it in paint/drop it down a drain. So I also bought a G-500U for forty quid to wear as a daily. Then I saw all the other Casio watches on eBay ...

    I now have three new watches and a fourth supposedly on the way which will be worn on non-work occasions and a range of pre-owned watches which will get used according to which one best matches my mood on waking. For an eyeful of the load of old tutt that I have collected I refer m'learned colleagues to the last two or three pages of the WRUW thread

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    I've seen a vid for it on you tube and the back lightvis awesome. Think it was by a guy who has posted on here. Gshockmike I think.
    It's a G thing

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    Dee & Ricky 2, In4mation (grey), Krink, Passerella Death Squad, WCCS, alife⚡, alife, Nigel Sylvester, The Hundreds, Maharishi, In4mation (white150), Dream Air, New Era, Eric Haze 30th, Burton, Wu Tang, CLOT, DGK2, BE@RBRICK, Nigel Sylvester 2, Geometric, 6900BS, Supra, Channel Island, BE@RBRICK 2, New Era 110

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbly Tubs View Post
    I've seen a vid for it on you tube and the back lightvis awesome. Think it was by a guy who has posted on here. Gshockmike I think.
    The backlight does indeed rule! The you tube vid is one of Gshockmike's indeed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rutteger View Post
    Great first G-Shock, somewhat more special than the norm Any idea as to who or what Japan Dream Air is / are?

    Bbtiesto is a pretty big wheel when it comes to selling G-Shocks on the 'bay > http://stores.ebay.com/bbtiestogshockstore

    Oh, welcome to the forum too
    Just found out what the DreamAir is, http://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=ja&u=http://www.dreamair.jp/&ei=GxWDTtPkFOO10QXCsdXXAQ&sa=X&oi=translate&ct=re sult&resnum=1&ved=0CCMQ7gEwAA&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dwww.dreamair.jp%26hl%3Den%26client%3D firefox-a%26hs%3Dq3E%26rls%3Dorg.mozilla:en-USfficial%26channel%3Dnp%26prmd%3Dimvns something to do with aerial photography flights service

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