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I love the look of that SS square, and was almost tempted, but for the price I was hoping it would have more complications.
I don’t think these SS or gold square G-Shocks are worth the MSRP either. Thankfully, made a really low ball offer to an AD and they accepted it. The only other complication I’d like is the ABC feature, but I don’t know if G-Shock has that on any of their square models.

In the market now for a fitness tracker band. It seems to me the thing to do is obviously not wear it on my watch hand. But, I keep seeing people doing just that. IMO it looks like trash. Yeah bro, slap your Fitbit on the same wrist as your President Day Date. Is the world crazy, or just me?
I agree with you that I don’t think I’d wear it on the same wrist as my watch no matter if it was a Rolex or a $20 beater.

I keep hoping that Casio introduces actual fitness tracking into their G-Shock line. I had a Suunto that I used while running for tracking my routes and HR and it function very well… I just didn’t like the way it looked. That said, I think the Suuntos look a lot better than the comparable Garmins (though Garmin’s style has improved over the past decade).
 

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The Squares don't have very much to offer as far as complications though. You have to go for the tacticool models it seems, yuck.

As far as fitness trackers go, I am still researching them, but I'd like the thinnest, smallest thing possible. If one exists that doesn't even have a display at all in order to keep it slimmer, I'd actually like that.
 

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Finally a sub-40 modern handwinding chronograph!
Blown away by the design and make.
I think it is hard to find any competitor at $1500 range but it retails for $150, just insane!
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You guys are making me kinda want to reconsider my stance against chronos...
 

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I’m never gonna plunk down the $$$$ for a Blancpain Fifty Fathoms so the Helson Skindiver will have to suffice.
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Not the best photo, but I do love the domed crystal:

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No it's "rose gold"......
Even better!
 

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