While cloth bands on G-Shock often consist of double bands, this one is a single type. Although the cloth feels strong and rugged, it is actually pretty comfortable. I tend to wear my G-Shocks pretty tight, but the strap doesn't cut into my arm.
While taking photographs, I asked Azra if she like to pose with a watch. She had posed also three and a half years ago with my "Tough Guy".
Azra bought her friend Paqui with her. While preparing for taking photo's Paqui asked if she could put on some music. She asked for some tech house. I gave her my iPod. "Oh Cool, you like Deadmau5?". When I played some Vitalic too, the lab turned into a small party place, so it took a while before I could start take pics.
My coleague Paul D. wearing his Fire-G, back in 2002, before we moved with our school to a new location.
This watch was not very popular when it came out and it was available for relative low prices on eBay. In October 2002 I actually bought two of them. One for myself, one for my colleague Paul D, who still wears it occasionally, although he seems recently hooked on his GW-6900 (and who wouldn’t). I think I paid around $50 to $70 for each, while in September 2001 the retail price was ¥12000 (not easy to convert, because the exchange courses were pretty different then and the Euro wasn't even introduced).