I used to like bracelets AND resin straps about equally, until I found myself "between sizes" with one particular Casio bracelet. With most bracelets it's relatively easy to use the "micro adjust" feature when my wrist expands or contracts with the seasons, but with the one Casio bracelet I was having to switch between "x links, smallest micro-adjust hole" and "x-1 links, largest micro-adjust hole" and I finally gave up and got a resin strap instead.
I thought about buying a bracelet for another Casio watch a while later, but while I was thinking it was discontinued. :-( The strap it still available, but now I wish I'd bought the version with the bracelet to start with.
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I just get this and no reget it beauty,i look like a hublot in my mind i think, i have another invicta watch with metal bracelets too,but when i try a this G-steel with rubber strap it's so comfortable to wear.I have a problem is i dont understand what is DST,wheni turn it on it +1 hour and turn it off normal time,so i turn it off to normal so what it using for? can you guy help me to understand it.
Thank you guy and sorry for my english if it make you guy confuse,i'm just not good at english
Just ordered the one with the resin band. I had to go with the traditional positive display and the white lettering "g shock". Overall, just feel like it's a better look on the dial. In the next couple months I think I'll pick up the "100" series with the black bezel and just swap out the bracelet to see how it looks. Bracelets can be changed easily, but the dial is a different story. Love this watch. It really has to rank up there with some of the best "bang for buck. Check out the difference in the dial.
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