I just can't like it.

Its cheap, accurate, tough, very light and comfortable but I'm just not liking it. It's too big and has an integrated strap.

So I'm looking for something similar 35mm - 36mm analogue without an integrated strap. Any ideas?

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Lorier has some great 36ish light analogue watches.

Cause you love it 馃ぃ

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Lorier Falcon, maybe not G Shock tough, but mine has done fine. Haven't taken it out of a helo yet, but held up fine to the daily grind and a few firearms sesh's.

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solidyetti

Lorier Falcon, maybe not G Shock tough, but mine has done fine. Haven't taken it out of a helo yet, but held up fine to the daily grind and a few firearms sesh's.

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I really like it 馃憤 But I'm going after a Smiths Everest on the 10th (when the shop opens) and this is very similar.

CliveBarker1967

I really like it 馃憤 But I'm going after a Smiths Everest on the 10th (when the shop opens) and this is very similar.

Good luck with that! I'm sure you're aware of the frustrations trying to buy something from Timefactors? I gave up on the Everest and looked at the Falcon 3, but ended up with a Steinhart Adventure.

As for the G-Shock, I looked into getting a CasioOak for a bit, I like the idea, but there was something that just stopped me getting one. I think the digital display is too small to add any real value, and integrated bracelet turned me off too. I ended up with a G-Shock square (5610U). But I would say from your photo, the size looks spot on. If its mainly the the integrated bracelet that you are not getting on with, do the CasioOaks take adapters to change out the strap?