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I swear the grass from weed whacking bonds to my G-Shock. When it dries its way harder to get off than you’d expect.
 

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Have you tried a power washer? 🌝
That could possibly work. I’ll try it out with the 0 degree nozzle. I doubt any of the other nozzles will work, its only 4200psi.
 
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That was also the reason why I bought my first G-Shock (GW-M5600) in 2008, I wanted a watch that didn't have to be removed even when working with a chainsaw.

I love my recently purchased GW-M5600, it's my most worn watch at the moment.
Those pics weren't taken this year, do you still have it?
 

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From 2008 and still looking great, mine's just a year younger.
Affordable, robust, incredibly accurate and with a choice of styles, what's not to love?
No surprise then that the 5610 still sells in such massive numbers.
 
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