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  1. #1
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    G Shock Watch Collection Part 3

    Here are two more watches from my collection.

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    My GW-6300, the first Frogman watch in the G Shock line.

    I lucked out in finding this watch. I purchased it from a vendor in Japan. It is a used
    watch and is in very good shape given how old it is. I feel very fortunate to have procured
    this watch to my collection.

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    And, my brand new 25th Anniversary G Shock Mudman. One of my early G Shock watches
    was the Mudman. I found this watch for sale on the Japanese Rakuten site. I had to get
    someone from Japan to order the watch, have it sent to them in Japan, and then turn around
    and ship it to me here in the U.S. I definitely dig the anniversary models!

    Dave

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    Very nice 😎😎


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    Great Watches.
    Nice get.
    Timepieces
    2017 CASIO G SHOCK GWN 1000H 9AJF
    2017 CASIO G SHOCK GWG 1000DC 1A5JF
    2017 CASIO G SHOCK GWF D1000NV 2JF
    2017 CASIO G SHOCK GW 9300 DC
    2017 CASIO EDIFICE EF 305 1AV
    1990 ROLEX GMT II M16713LN STAINLESS/GOLD


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    Very cool.
    Contra Costa County, San Francisco Bay Area, USA

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    More to come Jediwolf? Maybe some new releases ? Thanks for sharing 😎


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jediwolf View Post
    Here are two more watches from my collection.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	GW-6300.jpg 
Views:	110 
Size:	57.5 KB 
ID:	11095

    My GW-6300, the first Frogman watch in the G Shock line.

    I lucked out in finding this watch. I purchased it from a vendor in Japan. It is a used
    watch and is in very good shape given how old it is. I feel very fortunate to have procured
    this watch to my collection.

    Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	11096

    And, my brand new 25th Anniversary G Shock Mudman. One of my early G Shock watches
    was the Mudman. I found this watch for sale on the Japanese Rakuten site. I had to get
    someone from Japan to order the watch, have it sent to them in Japan, and then turn around
    and ship it to me here in the U.S. I definitely dig the anniversary models!

    Dave
    Let's see more of your collection 👍👍


    Sent from my iPhone 7+

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    G Shock Watch Collection Part 3

    Jediwolf, very nice watches. That 25th Anniversary piece is very clean looking. The Mudman has been a good solid platform for G-Shock. I am still hunting down the G9330A-4DR version of the Muddy from the Rising Red Series. Thanks for sharing with the group.


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    Last edited by BACKBLAST72; 2017-09-21 at 19:24.
    My Collection:

    Pathfinder's / Protrek's:
    PRW-Y6000S-1JF^, PRW3500Y-4CR^, PRW2500B-3CR^, PAW1500-1V+, PRG270-1V, PAG240-1CR.


    G-Shocks:
    DW5030C-1JF#,DW5600EH-7JR $,GX56-1A4CR, GXW56-1BJF ^, GWM5630A-4JF#^, GA100-1A4, GD100-1BK, GA110AC-4AOS, GA110LP-3CR, GD120TS-1, GD120CM-4CR, GD350-8K, GA400GB-1A9, GA700-1A4, GA700A-4CR,GA735A-1ACR ! GA1000-2A, GA1000-4ACR, GG1000-1A3CR, GG1000-1A5, GG1035A-1A !, GWF1000-1JF^, GWG1000-1A3^,GWA1100-1A3^, G2110-1, G2300-1, GW3500B-1A9^, DW6900-1VCT, DW6900AC-2JF, DW6930A-4CR#, DW6930C-1CR#, DW6930D-1CR#, GDX6900-1CR, GDX6900FB-1, GDX6900AL-2CR, GDX6900HT-2OS, GDX6900MC-3CR, GDX6900MC-5JR, GDX6900TC-5CR, GDX6900CS-7CR, GDX6930E-9CR#, G7900-1K, G7900A-4, GR7900KG-3CR, GW7900-1AOS^, G9300-1, GW9300CM-1^, GW9400-1^, GW9400RD-4^, GW9400DCJ-1CR^

    ^ Denotes Multiband 6 Atomic timekeeping Capabilities.

    + Denotes Multiband 5 Atomic timekeeping Capabilities.

    $ Denotes 25th Anniversary edition time pieces.

    # Denotes 30th Anniversary edition time pieces.

    ! Denotes 35th Anniversary edition time pieces.


    Sincerely,
    BB72

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