thanks.. btw i saw alot of frogman with slightly different design.. how many types of frogman out there? i personally like the purple 1000bp.. looks nice..I prefer the GW-200 line, but they aren't cheap. Check out the 8200 and 9900 line as a better starting point and then "dive" in to the madness
If can, go all the way....a 1000 series. Only this series caught my eye so as my first Frogman, I bought it.hi..
i've been collecting the GD and GA series all the time.. was thinking to start collecting frogman line.. any good recommendation to start?
or any website selling some frogman with nice price? guide me pls.. =)
wow thanks for the link.. erm.. my wrist is a bit huge.. im fine when wearing my GA series.. never saw a frogman before in real life.. lol.. perhaps have to grab 1 and try it out.. =)I love the 1000 line-up, you should try to find one in person first if you can to see how it fits.. it has a very large wrist presence. The GW-200 series is a great place to get started before you go too deep though....
Here's a link that lists almost all the Frogman models ....
Casio G-Shock Frogman Watch Archive photos, videos and specifications
and here's the G-shock Perfect Search
G-SHOCK PERFECT SEARCH - [G-SHOCK.JP]
The one right 1000 in JonL's footer is a GF/GWF-1000RD Burning Man in Red - it's quite the lookerbtw the orange on the right side from ur signature is frogman too? what code is that? xD
This site has this effect lol! They very in price some way more than others! I look on eBay but use good sense and just generally searching the web. There's a sight called rakuten.com I've never shopped there but I've heard plenty of good stories!oh my god.. this is kinda poisonous.. lol.. how much is them? damn.. help me to dig 1 pls.. gold.. bronze.. red.. purple is fine.. =)
thanks mate.. im kinda new in watch collecting.. so need some pros here to give me some guide.. hehe.. will try hunt some from rakuten.. =)This site has this effect lol! They very in price some way more than others! I look on eBay but use good sense and just generally searching the web. There's a sight called rakuten.com I've never shopped there but I've heard plenty of good stories!