Approximately 7 inches, but wide and thin, so approximately 2.5 inches across the top.If you do not mind me asking, what size is your wrist? Do you know the lug width?
Awesome, thank you for the write up! What I meant by lug width was actually the distance between the lugs as in how wide should a potential replacement strap be to fit properly?Approximately 7 inches, but wide and thin, so approximately 2.5 inches across the top.
Lug to lug is around 49mm or just over 1.76 inches. Looks really great and as always the photo lense makes it appear larger on the wrist than it actually is. Compared to my other g shocks it really does feel slim and I think it looks fantastic.
The only two things I'd improve are the light isn't great, a bit old school digital watch, and although the lume on the hands is decent (and lasts all night), the white markings above the 5 min markers, which are the same colour as the hands in daylight, are not luminous!
Edit: one thing that doesn't show in photos is the sunburst style finish on the dial which adds depth and a feeling of additional quality too.
The different finishes and multi directional brushing on the case also adds an expensive feel.
And I've seen comment elsewhere that the app and Bluetooth connectivity is useless. I disagree as have an older g shock with analogue handset and it's a nightmare to change the time when you want to go backwards as it means slowly (make that very slowly) looping round 11 hours, and being able to quickly set reminders or alarms is much simpler too.
I did measure that too and meant to include, but assumed as you were also interested in wrist size the lug to lug was the more important dimension!Awesome, thank you for the write up! What I meant by lug width was actually the distance between the lugs as in how wide should a potential replacement strap be to fit properly?