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A used but not abused WCCS Frogman arrived last week & I've been wearing it everyday since then. According to the Official G-Shock Book, it was first released June 2000 along with a blue WCCS Frogman that's more rare. Some Japanese blogs call it the 4th WCCS. Does anyone know if it's the last WCCS Frogmans? TIA

DW-9902GWC Frogman (left) & DW-9950-8 Seaman (right)





 

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Hi Adam,

Great pictures and watches. Somehow remind me to the customized clear I.C.E.R.C. Frogman you see in Japan. The smoke color looks very good and yellowing will be a much smaller problem than on clear colorless versions.

I must say I was pretty amazed about the looks of the Seaman. Although significant smaller than his bigger Frogman brothers (except the DW-9900 Frogman of course), it looks pretty good. Here's mine:



Cheers,

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Thks Sjors, I was a bit worred over the translucent shroud & band but it's much darker than I thought--almost like an industrial garbage bag.
 
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