Gshock fatigue…

I like plastic. I like rugged quartz watches and have a few Gshocks to fill that role. As I get older though, I reach for the Gshocks less and less in favor of a Bertucci that I can drive like a rental and beat on. I’ll never separate from my Gshocks but for right now I’m more than happy with this.

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I've always found that the sacrifices G-Shocks make for robustness are not worth it. They tend to be too large, too thick, and generally have small displays with small numbers.

I prefer watches with practical durability, that are easy to read and less obtrusive. 

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I have several casios but no g shocks even though I like em and owned a couple thirty years ago. Every time I go to get one I end up buying an Orient or a Seiko! Don't know why?

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Ummm.... I love em' and take long breaks due to GSHOCK burn out. I love mechanical watches as well. Great to mix it up 

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Is this a real thing? “G-Shock fatigue“ @Adam6498 or “G-Shock burn out” @TimeJunkie I don’t own any G-shocks but would like to get one, does wearing a G-shock for some reason actually tire you out? Or do you just mean you get tired of them?

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Human_Probably

Is this a real thing? “G-Shock fatigue“ @Adam6498 or “G-Shock burn out” @TimeJunkie I don’t own any G-shocks but would like to get one, does wearing a G-shock for some reason actually tire you out? Or do you just mean you get tired of them?

Oh it's an excuse to wear something different 😁 Like today This isn't small & it's a bit clunky like a G Shock but it's what I was feeling.  I own a handful of G Shocks because I love them

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