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    G-Shocks for 'smart' situations?

    Is it possible ? What would you or do you go for? Have to admit I rarely wear anything other than jeans and t-shirt with a G-Shock. When smarter attire is necessary I normally break out one of my mechanical watches although have gone for the DW-5200 on occasion.

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    For formal wear? How about:

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    or an old favourite:

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    I consider my GW-3000B to be a formal watch, if anyone wants to disagree and present me with this from my wish list then I will gladly accept. Sjors has a picture of the backlight on this - beautiful!

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    Any of the black resin Gs would work to a greater or lesser extent I guess. The GW-3000 would be a good choice though

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    Good topic. I think any of the g aviation series, m5600 variations. I've seen someone wearing a gw500 before with a suit.

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    Hmmm, I'd think a GW-500 might be a touch fussy to be considered 'smart'. The GW-5000 might work. although to the untrained eye the premium nature would be lost given it looks near enough the same at a GW-M5600.

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    I normally stick with my m5600 models for smart situations but now and again I do wear some of my bigger and brighter G's - as long as I'm comfortable with it I'm not that fussed

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