I agree with you when it comes to resin bands, since they tend to flow into the bezel design to make it less obvious."overhang" is completely normal for a G, most have flared lugs or bands to deliberately cause a gap. helps with ventilation and shock absorption. its more prominent on smaller flat top wrists but doesnt affect comfort and unless youre walking around with your arm out stretched at eye height, you cant even see it.
dont let wrist ****s dictate what or how you should wear anything
maybe a little but in your case its still less than most mid to large resin models. throw a frog on then tell me if you think your bracelet looks exacerbated lolI agree with you when it comes to resin bands, since they tend to flow into the bezel design to make it less obvious.
The problem is exacerbated with bracelets though, as it bends awkwardly at one point due to the flexible links, instead of conforming as a whole piece like resin.
Well, if I can't get a sale for the bracelet maybe I'll give it another shot.
Back on the band:
Same here. I don’t personally wear anything with overhang, but I’m not one to tell others how to spend their money or what to wear. If someone asks for my honest opinion, I’ll oblige, but I’m not gonna call it out unprompted.No right or wrong here, it's simply a matter of individual choice. Myself, I don't like overhang. However, if I noticed it on somebody else, It wouldn't bother me enough to mention it.
Glad to hear! The clasp connector link is a little funky on the V1 combi as well.FWIW, I just got a GW-B5600HR, one of the new resin bluetooth squares, and it came with the V2 combi bracelet. It fits me perfectly. The GMW-B5000 bracelet was too big, but the resin version fits perfect.
A thing that annoys me tho - this gap. Why not shorten up that little square(ish) bit of resin by 1.5-2mm and reduce that gap to make it match the rest of the bracelet????
this is mine on a 6.5" wrist (as measured using ikea measuring tape )...so i would say ur wrist is truer to a 6.25" rather than being as flat as a 6.75"...Thanks for the feedback guys, some things I'd like to note if anyone goes down this path as well:
1. My wrist is super flat - 6.25in around, but probably as wide as a typical 6.75in wrist. The flat profile means the watch head doesn't roll around that much. My Citizen Promaster GMT has similar endlinks that are 55.5mm end to end, and it still fits me better than this (seriously, what do Casio think the average G-Shock owner looks like?)