Yeah they are "rated" to 13-14G right while maintaining proper hand position? There are not many people I'm going to assume that can withstand 14G. 8-9G with a G-suit looks like (from my armchair google research) is about the limit.
I do really like my 3500B but it will never likely never see more G-force then is sustained from dropping it on the floor!
Thanks for the comments, a lot of the dudes around the squadron have complimented it. Most of them wear G-Shocks from the PX. Without a doubt, the most common watch I see amongst the military are G's. Its taken over as my flying watch.
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