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Well I'm looking for an all blacked out or thereabouts for a G Shock watch. I can't get my hands on the GW2310FB-1 so any other suggestions?
 

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DW-5600BB is all black...

Then there is a GDF-100BB (I don't know if this one is avaliable now)

Maybe GW-7900, there is an all black version that looks like Batman or Darth Vader, depends on your preference :)

DW-6900MS or DW-5600MS
 

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One of the best bang for the buck stealthed G's right from the factory is the GW7900. Pretty much has everything solar/atomic and reversed display! It also have the moon and tides which is a cool feature if you;re into that thing. If you swap out the metal looking screws for the plastic black socket head looking screws you will have a beast!

 

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GA-100-1A1 looks great.
Agreed. Absolutely no blinging parts, nothing. Yet, extremely well legible due to the snow white hands, better than even the best negative display ever can be. This watch is a masterpiece of understatement and stealth, but without the sacrifice of legibility which is usally made. Even the digital parts appear to be very legible but they never distract from the analog spirit.


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Objectively speaking, the stealthiest G is the GW-5000B because it is one of the few, if not the only one, who has only black parts, including screws, buttons, caseback, strap keeper, and buckle. All of the mentioned ones have some parts that are silver color.
 

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i tend to shy away from thread with the word "best" in it
Indeed. Replace "Best" with "Ideas for". Then we get a cool thread, full of different stealthy G's. :-!

I'll put in my tuppence..., the GW A1000FC. It's more navy blue, with a little bit of black. It's not particularly easy to read according to reviews, but I have no issues. I have one because I love them. They're not cheap, either, so it's not one to bash about, but for a nice stealthy watch, I think it's a good choice. :)

(No silver on this one)

 

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Objectively speaking, the stealthiest G is the GW-5000B because it is one of the few, if not the only one, who has only black parts, including screws, buttons, caseback, strap keeper, and buckle. All of the mentioned ones have some parts that are silver color.
Agreed...Internet shot probably by Tanaka

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Well the GW5600BCJ-1 that I happen to be wearing and also posted over in the WRUW thread today is no slouch when it comes to stealthiness. I think the stealthed out 7 year old bezel from my GW5600J-1 and 5+ year old Speidel strap from same watch ported over to this watch helps in that aspect. One of the most readable negative screens due to the large digits of the original Waveceptor GW5600 series.

 

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Stealth Mudman GW-9010MB
I really like that Mudman. Wish I had picked up one when they were available. Super hard to find now, much like the MIMB Gulfman.

GW-9100MB_wrist1.jpg

Thankfully, I was lucky enough to grab one before they became scarce (my favorite from the MIMB series).
 
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