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G-Shock GW-9400 Rangeman Range

If you’re an aspiring GI Joe, The G-Shock GW-9400 Rangeman could very well be the watch for you. Available in an unassuming black, or military / khaki green, it is has features fit for the most ardent adventurer. The Rangeman is part of the Master of G series of watches first introduced 2 years after the very first G-Shock in 1985 with the Mudman, or DW-5500C.  The Rangeman itself is a reasonably recent addition to the Master of G series, introduced first in late 2013. The current Rangeman models available are the GW-9400-1 (black) and the GW-9400-3 (green). Triple sensor…

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Gold G-Shock Watches

If you’re really looking to stand out from the crowd maybe what you need is a gold G-Shock. Whether it’s a fully gold G-Shock or just accents of gold – there’s a few options to choose from, here are our top 3 picks. GA-200GD This analog and digital G-Shock watch is keenly priced and probably looks more expensive than it actually is. You’ll probably pick this watch up for close to $100. In terms of features this watch is shock resistant and water resistant to 200 meters as standard, on top of that then it has 4 daily alarms, chronograph,…

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Best G-Shock Watches For Kids

Here’s a run down on some of the Best G-Shock Watches for kids. Pardon the pun, but kids and G-Shock watches go hand in hand together. Kids live active lives – bumps, knocks, cuts and bruises are part and parcel of life as a kid. So what better watch to survive a similar fate than a G-Shock? If they don’t have a watch how can you tell them off when they’re late home for dinner! As you will probably know the Baby-G range, introduced in 1991, is targeted specifically at the female market. A key characteristic of the Baby-G range…

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