Ive seen a lot of cool stuff that people have done to their G-Shocks on here, and was wondering if everyone could post their favorite mods.
Wow.. thanks mate. Tho i didn't do much to it except for a swap job. Well here are some of my prized mods to share.I haven't modified any of my G-Shocks, but I nominate TraseUno's "stormtrooper" GA-100 mod.
You should leave the gold writing. It's just the little touch, the counterpoint, that makes the watch perfect this way. Don't change a thing. :-!if just changing parts is considered a mod then I'll submit my GW-5000 in Ocean Gray. Moved over all the silver bits as well.
Never got around to blacking out the gold writing but may do that if I can source a spare ocean gray set for my ocean gray module. Don't want to get too destructive when I only have one.
Wow.. thanks mate. Tho i didn't do much to it except for a swap job. Well here are some of my prized mods to share.
The "StormTrooper" GA-100.
- Swapped a GA-100A-7A bezel and band over the GA-100-1A1.
That mod looks great. How did you get the lettering by the 4 buttons black? Or is it still purple? Please tell
Thanks mate. It's one of my prized mods.. Though it was an easy project. I painted the letters black using acrylic paint. Its water soluble when wet.. but once it dries up its harder to remove.That mod looks great. How did you get the lettering by the 4 buttons black? Or is it still purple? Please tell
Cool ill try it. Just picked up the ga100a-7a and I like it better in person than the pics online. Also a DW-6900MS followed me home, I couldnt resistb-)Yes it's pretty easy. There are 6 screws around the bezel.. and 2 spring bars that hold the straps. Unscrew all screws and remove the bezel by slowly peeling the bezel over the buttons and case and you have a naked case.