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  1. Lack of quality and worthy features!

    Casio G-Shock
    I'm a resonably happy owner of both a AW582, a Mudman, and the recently released wave ceptor edition Gulfman. However, my problem rests in the fact that appart from the look of almost every standard model of G-Shock [which i find appealing], they all lack a good set of features and good build...
  2. What does the G-Shock have over the ironman?

    Casio G-Shock
    Seriously, I have worn G-Shock since '85 or so...since there was only one G-Shock model, anyway, whatever year that was. Recently though, I have been wearing an Ironman, and I have to ask, what does the G-Shock have over the ironman, other than.....hmmm...toughness appeal? I'm looking at my...
  3. Taking a G-Shock Break

    Casio G-Shock
    I'm feeling a little burned out on G-Shocks lately. I'll still be doing my tough tests and all, but I think I'm going to try wearing Timex Ironman watches for a full month. Yep. That's 30 full days of Timex, if I can stand it. I think this will be an interesting experiment. In the past, I'd...
  4. [OFF TOPIC] Is Timex really more suitable for sports and exercise?

    Casio G-Shock
    I read from quite a few sources that Timex provides better stopwatch features than most G-Shock which makes it more suitable for track/lap timing and interval training. Is it true? Can anyone explain the difference between a Timex and G-Shock stopwatch function? And not to mention a Timex is...