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I just bought this watch on the bay. Unfortunately, I don't know what model it is. Can someone give this watch an identity?

 

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Look at the case back. There will be a model number as well as a module number.
 

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Look at the case back. There will be a model number as well as a module number.
The watch hasn't even shipped yet, not possible right now. I don't want to ask seller either. I just thought it would be interesting for someone on WUS to give it a name.
 

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I just bought this watch on the bay. Unfortunately, I don't know what model it is. Can someone give this watch an identity?

It is the GC-2000-2A the early versions that did not have the MTG text written on the dial. It is one of the first all analogue MTG model dropped in 1999 and retailed around $200. They made a big fuzz about it having a antimagnetic movement, which was rare back in those days, hence that sinus curve printed on the dial. I like that curve!:-!

This is a very rare piece that you found!:-!
 

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It is the GC-2000-2A the early versions that did not have the MTG text written on the dial. It is one of the first all analogue MTG model dropped in 1999 and retailed around $200. They made a big fuzz about it having a antimagnetic movement, which was rare back in those days, hence that sinus curve printed on the dial. I like that curve!:-!

This is a very rare piece that you found!:-!
Wow, Thank you for the information and for giving this watch a name. GC-2000-2a is a very unusual model number for a g-shock.
 
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