REVIEW: G-SHOCK GA-2100-4A

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REVIEW: G-SHOCK GA-2100-4A

Post by koimaster » June 19th 2020, 11:41pm

I have this theory when it comes to watch collecting, and watch enthusiasm in general: no matter how focused your taste is in a particular type or genre of watch, part of you secretly wants to bust out and explore the polar opposite. I think this is a universal affliction of sorts. If you’re a vintage guy, every once in awhile you fantasize about going to a boutique and picking something up with the stickers still on, just once. Or, maybe you collect nothing but austere dress watches on fine leather straps. I bet that just once you’d like to own a tactical, sporty dive watch, walk around with it for a day or two, and just enjoy the fact that if you happened to be swept up by a tsunami at that very moment, even though you can’t swim, your watch would survive.

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Re: REVIEW: G-SHOCK GA-2100-4A

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » June 20th 2020, 4:35pm

I like the GA-2100-1AER more. This all-red 4A is just too fucking red.
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Re: REVIEW: G-SHOCK GA-2100-4A

Post by koimaster » June 20th 2020, 7:07pm

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Re: REVIEW: G-SHOCK GA-2100-4A

Post by TemerityB » June 21st 2020, 3:59pm

Casios and G-Shocks are inexpensive, they work, they're useful, they're innovative, and if they break, their customer service is great. Long may G-Shocks and their owners rule - while the rest of us run around seeking "grails," these cats know exactly what they're doing.
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