Which GS case is your favorite?

I know there are some others (poll only allows 4 choices) but when I think of GS the main 4 case designs below come to mind. Curious what folks find to be the most appealing. I know the “wind sail” design is popular too, especially with some of the new pieces they have released.

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I think all the GS cases looks good in their own way when matched with their dials and bracelets or straps. If I had to pick, I guess it would be the 44GS.

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One of each please. 

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Jt0909

I think all the GS cases looks good in their own way when matched with their dials and bracelets or straps. If I had to pick, I guess it would be the 44GS.

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This (SBGY009) is for sure one of the best models GS has ever released.  Given the choice between this and my SLGH009 today I would struggle to choose I think.  I am #teamdatewindow all the way, but you can't argue with the balance of your dial.  And that texture is just mesmerizing.  But we can agree on a couple of things it looks like.  A deep blue dial, a 44GS case, and a limited edition :-)  

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torn between evolution 9 and 62GS. As stated by others, all the cases are great in their own way.

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44. 

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I actually own a 44GS, 62GS, and the round, blobby, Elegance Collection case with no name. I voted for 62GS. I've worn my SBGA413 to hell, but despite taking a beating, it still looks good. It helps that it has minimal polished surfaces. And it has enough that's distinctive to make it interesting. The 44GS is certainly striking, but all that mirror-like polish won't stay so mirror-like for long. And the broad flanks makes the watch wear bigger, and it shows the thickness too (GMT, so over 14mm); it can look chunky. The blobby case is nice enough, but its all polish also shows wear. It has the benefit that it's very good at hiding thickness. When I tried on the SBGJ249, I was surprised that it's to learn that it's also 14mm thick. It is more elegant than the 44GS, but less interesting. 

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Can someone just tell me which is smallest so I can vote for that one without having to look it up?

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wilfried

I actually own a 44GS, 62GS, and the round, blobby, Elegance Collection case with no name. I voted for 62GS. I've worn my SBGA413 to hell, but despite taking a beating, it still looks good. It helps that it has minimal polished surfaces. And it has enough that's distinctive to make it interesting. The 44GS is certainly striking, but all that mirror-like polish won't stay so mirror-like for long. And the broad flanks makes the watch wear bigger, and it shows the thickness too (GMT, so over 14mm); it can look chunky. The blobby case is nice enough, but its all polish also shows wear. It has the benefit that it's very good at hiding thickness. When I tried on the SBGJ249, I was surprised that it's to learn that it's also 14mm thick. It is more elegant than the 44GS, but less interesting. 

I haven’t done a 62GS yet, the bezel-less look throws me a bit. They are beautiful, but that look sits strangely with me. I have a 44GS and the “blobby” as well, and yes, they are all polish and pick up scratches. I love how the wide flanks of the 44GS wear, that’s actually my favorite part of it. Especially on a sub 12mm thick watch. 

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Owning all four and from first-hand experience, I agree all four cases are fabulous. 44GS is my favorite. 🧐🤷🏽‍♂️