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Yes, I have googled it, and I did not find any offhand that seemed to work. Does anyone know of any rubber bullbars for GWG 1000? Thanks.
 

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I will bite... How did bullbars scratch your screen on a rangeman?
I used to wear my rangeman quite a lot before, one day I looked at the screen and I had a scratch/ding right where the bullbars make contact if pushed in, I was able to remove most of it with polywatch, I'm not sure how it happened exactly, I don't recall hitting the watch hard in any way, it might have been something I might have hit and didn't realize.
 

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Yes, they are very tight, but surprisingly when I replaced the sensor cover (to another colour) I got them off quite easily and they hadn't marked the watch at all...
 

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Yes, they are very tight, but surprisingly when I replaced the sensor cover (to another colour) I got them off quite easily and they hadn't marked the watch at all...
I know miller mentioned this previously, but I have also wondered it as well. Do you find the bottom bar obstructing the display ? They look like you would have to rotate the watch round further to get a clear view of the display.
 

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I know miller mentioned this previously, but I have also wondered it as well. Do you find the bottom bar obstructing the display ? They look like you would have to rotate the watch round further to get a clear view of the display.
Never bothered me. Try them yourself, it's not a big investment, and if you don't like them I'm sure you can move them on quickly...

https://forums.watchuseek.com/f17/jaysandkays-bullbars-gwg1000-%96-unboxing-application-4550541.html
 
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