Agreed, those tiny moon phase displays have always bothered me. That's one of the things that has me so interested in the g-7900s.Taking another look - with such a busy display its a pity they didnt use the 'eye' for the moon-phase and leave the tidegraph a little more space.
No atomic that I know of. I cant copy and past but would like to see a side by side comparison with the new busy frog and the G7900 I think there are a lot of simularities. It might be just me but I see the new from and the G7900 kind of like the old frog and the G2300. You cant beat the G2300's value.There's an atomic G-7900?
kudos sibe for ultra fast forum reporting yet again. thank you! and we've got to give some props to sjors, who found these list prices on a japanese blog some time ago. prices which, for better or worse, were correct!GWF-1000 ... GWF-1000B
the gw-5000b is a premium price due to its iconic nature (like this frog), dlc, and construction. take a look at the sleeper hit that is the gwm850 and see that multiband 6 isn't necessarily expensive.Speaking about Multi-Band 6, don't the new GW-5000B multi-band 6 also cost a heck more expensive as well?
likely a received indicator. i wouldn't mind skipping this indication on the home screen and using the whole eye for a moon graph...and what's with that silly toy-looking 'G' letter in the middle of the circle?
You're right. I just heard from a guy in japan and he says it's aluminum. Too bad. I remember when dw-8200 was first released casio stress so hard on it's made of titaninum. And it's a nice feature to keep on.:-(I'm not sure if it is titanium... I'm sure they would advertize this "precious" metal, but there's not a single word about it in the press release.
I'd bet they'd keep it titanium. Most certainly isn't steel since at that size it would be well over 200g. Al pits pretty easily in salt water, and the shiny bezel ring on older Frogs are part of the case itself. Casio prob. just left the word "titanium" off the front and stuck it on the caseback. I guess we'll know better within the next month or so.I'm not sure if it is titanium... I'm sure they would advertize this "precious" metal, but there's not a single word about it in the press release.