Would the MTG 910 bracelet fit? That's a stealthy looking watch. I agree it should have the option of a metal band. Very expensive too, like $340 at superchrono.[...]
I love the SS case of the giez, not sure about the strap. If I get it, I would strongly consider a retrofit with MTG 910DA type black IP bracelet.
I'm the same. I don't "do" titanium (which is a pity, as I would love a blue Seiko Samurai).thx, this is tricky. the giez is very cool, as is the oceanus. however, I dislike titanium and have been disappointed to see that nearly all, if not all, oceanus models are Ti.
Seamaster, thanks for the link.
don't know, but I have some ideas on how to make it fit. currently I have one black IP bracelet in my possession, attached to my GL-7000RF. I won't use it for an actual retrofit, but just having it on hand will allow me to eyeball the situation to see how to execute the modification.Would the MTG 910 bracelet fit? That's a stealthy looking watch. I agree it should have the option of a metal band. Very expensive too, like $340 at superchrono.
there are several people on this board who own the GS-1000J original edition, they might be able to chime in re: comfort of the strap. In my case, a thinner rubber strap is a good thing, everything I read about this watch seems to suggest the rubber strap is thin and comfortable.The reviewer give the strap pretty short shrift-- "it's standard g-shock rubber." What does that mean?
In the video, you see the chronograph fraction of a second and second hand, but what about the minutes and hours? In the review it states that the chrono can measure up to 23 hrs 59min 59 sec.