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Which types of watches do you own?

  • Mudmaster

    Votes: 18 24.0%
  • Rangeman

    Votes: 29 38.7%
  • Gulfmaster

    Votes: 8 10.7%
  • Gravitymaster

    Votes: 13 17.3%
  • Mudman

    Votes: 13 17.3%
  • Gulfman

    Votes: 10 13.3%
  • Frogman

    Votes: 18 24.0%
  • Gshock Square

    Votes: 56 74.7%
  • MTG series

    Votes: 13 17.3%
  • 6900s

    Votes: 19 25.3%
  • Digital series

    Votes: 18 24.0%
  • G-steel

    Votes: 14 18.7%
  • Ana-digi models (other)

    Votes: 24 32.0%
  • Protrek

    Votes: 22 29.3%
  • Edifice

    Votes: 2 2.7%
  • Casio analog

    Votes: 14 18.7%
  • Casio Auto

    Votes: 1 1.3%
  • Oceanic

    Votes: 5 6.7%
  • Riseman

    Votes: 6 8.0%
  • Auto watches

    Votes: 13 17.3%
  • MRG

    Votes: 5 6.7%
  • GBX-100 Glide

    Votes: 0 0.0%
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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Want to create a poll for all types of watches that you own.

Let’s calculate popularity of watches in a single thread.

click the type of watch you own. Eg

Mudmaster
Rangeman
Gulfman
Frogman
Mudman
Gravitymaster
Gulfmaster
Gshock Square

Rules are these

if you own multiple types of watches click on that many.
and let’s keep all the models of a type in that range for eg mudmaster gwg1000, gsg100, gg1000, ggb100 all are under one poll of mudmaster.
All the digital watches that don’t fall under the above category can come in digital series. Like 7900, 8900, GD100,350,400 etc

all ana-digi models can be clubbed into Anadigi part for GA series, GBA etc
please let me know if I missed out on a category.
 

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Seiko auto's. Monster, Turtle, 5 Sports. Steeldive auto. G Shock. Edifice. Protrek. Casio.
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There are no Casio autos, it would be other makes of autos.
 

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Square and Frogman so far!
 
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This is a weirdly organized/disorganized list...
Also, Casio automatic?
 

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A G-Shock square is the only model G-Shock that interests me. I have a GWM5610. I also have a 1980 Casio square Marlin.
 

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Discussion Starter #13
Amended the list.. excuse me for my naive knowledge. But I did ask for suggestions..
 

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No offence to Casio, but I have 0 interest in anything other than the Square. I prefer Seiko for analogs, preferably divers, because I use the bezel timer fairly often, and it gives the watch a little more utility other than just telling time.
 

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Squares are great. I just got my first basic square yesterday and I understand why it has the following. But I also love the analogue-digital combined G-Shocks. Even though I have no need for a Rangeman I certainly want one just for all its neat features. The bright red one is calling...
 

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Discussion Starter #20
To all the ppl who own multiple squares.. which one is the biggest or larger square. I have tried g5600e and it looks very small on my wrist.
Seeing it’s popularity, m thinking of getting one square.
 
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