i am wondering, what's the thinnest (lowest profile) G-Shock with the 5th button for EL (the one on face of the watch)?
I am not 100% sure, but I think it could be the new GW-810 series. as you might know, I got two weeks ago the GW-810BXD and it measures exactly 14mm in thickness (including the shock absorbers on top, without them it's 13,5mm) - that makes it the flatest in my collection.i am wondering, what's the thinnest (lowest profile) G-Shock with the 5th button for EL (the one on face of the watch)?
well I can't say for the G-2110 (although I believe the case is identical to the G-2300) but the G-2300 most definetely not. it measures 16mm on a resin strap and 18mm on the nylon/velcro strap.G-UY said:probably the g-2300 or 2110
I think the profile of the watch may make as much difference as the depth. Square-profiled watches are more likely to 'resist' shirt sleeves, bed sheets, or whatever.thanks guys for the advise and info
i will look into those suggestions
actually, this more about wearing-the-watch-sleeping-comfortably :-D
It's the "Whatever" that complains the loudest about my watches :-D (sorry, couldn't resist).Square-profiled watches are more likely to 'resist' shirt sleeves, bed sheets, or whatever.
iwhat's the thinnest (lowest profile) G-Shock with the 5th button for EL?
thanks for the info, right time for first time ;-)I did a little bit of research a while back & I think G-800 is the thinnest 5-buttoner with the thickness of 11.2mm. However, I refuse to consider those 800ers G-Shocks. :-D
The 2nd thinnest according to my info is a surprise: G-2500 at 11.5mm. Actually the overall size of that watch is not much bigger than a normal Baby-G, pix can be deceiving I guess...
BTW, long time first time... ;-)