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Put my G-2200 outside for 24 hours, the temperature on one of the pics was taken at 3 pm today. Last night it was about -19 celcius so it was a true tough test! :) But the G survived with no problems :-!
 

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Great. Was the LCD legible at -19oC ? It's not even a Low Temp G, right ?
 

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my experience was that in very cold weather, the LCD will slow down. so everything seems "slow to react"

but the time keeping continues
 

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Thats pretty impressive :-!
 

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I should have stuck my Muddie out the other night when it got to -47C, but I couldn't pry it off my husband's wrist.

Sounds tooo cold for me. It gets as cold as I ever want to be in So Ca.
 

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Great. Was the LCD legible at -19oC ? It's not even a Low Temp G, right ?
Yes, the LCD was legible but a bit slower than usual. I don`t think the G-2200 has a low temp LCD, it`s a bit older model but it shows that a G can survive no matter how old it is :-!
 
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