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Have you guys had time to see Casio's G-Shock Master of G Mudmaster
GGB100 by chance?

This new watch is shock, and mud resistant, and has a carbon core guard
carbon resin case, 200m WR, mineral, and spherical glass, Neobrite hands,
and markers, double LED display/light, digital compass, barometer, altimeter,
a thermometer, and even depth meter. On top of that, you have 12/24 hour
format, World Time with time in 38 time zones, full auto calendar until 2099,
step counting capability, Bluetooth mobile link, and a lot more.


Here is a look...














Casio's link with more information...

https://www.gshock.com/watches/search?s=GGB100
 

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Tom:
Thank's for whetting my G Shock interest.
I have 11 Casios. 8 are G Shocks.

Owning G's are like making love to an old
maid. You can't overdo it.

"2 old maids done lost their style"
"If you wanna be lucky ya gotta smile"
(Lyrics from "Browns Ferry Blues" Bg tune).

Lou Snutt
 

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Tom:
Thank's for whetting my G Shock interest.
I have 11 Casios. 8 are G Shocks.

Owning G's are like making love to an old
maid. You can't overdo it.

"2 old maids done lost their style"
"If you wanna be lucky ya gotta smile"
(Lyrics from "Browns Ferry Blues" Bg tune).

Lou Snutt


:happy0065: You are very welcome Art. :)

What's so great is that you don't have to spend as much as this
one above costs to get a cool G-Shock either. Right?! :thumb:

There are so many terrific models, and I guess a lot of them
actually have a lot of the technology that is in the Mudmasters
too ! ..Really are some mean looking watches. :cool:
 

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It looks great Tom, my only drawback is that it seems to have the usual "proprietary lug/strap system" which does not allow for a simple strap change.



I have a ProTrek that has normal lugs and that is one of my favorite watches, easy to change Nato/Zulus and comfortable.
 

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It looks great Tom, my only drawback is that it seems to have the usual "proprietary lug/strap system" which does not allow for a simple strap change.



I have a ProTrek that has normal lugs and that is one of my favorite watches, easy to change Nato/Zulus and comfortable.

That is a shame Carlo, and you know, never actually realized this. :(

I mean it's fantastic that they have the normal lugs with the ProTreks.
But yeah, can you picture the combinations you could have with one
of these Mudmasters if they had the regular lugs also?! :clap2:

Would be awesome sir ! :rockon:
 
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