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    G Shock Signal Reception
    From: Bruce J. Pennino
    Date: 2014 May 9, 16:22 -0700

    Hello:

    Some months ago I finally purchased a solar powered G Shock with the black face. If I had to do over, I would have considered more carefully and considered the lighter colored face, particularly with the largest digits available.

    The watch has kept perfect time, but it has been quite difficult to find a consistent reception spot here at my "east coast" home near Worcester, Massachusetts, USA.

    By trial and error, I thought the best spot was hanging it from a drapery rod at a sliding back glass door, but no signal reception for several days. I hung it outside last night, still no reception! Suggestions please. Move to Colorado?

    Regards,

    Bruce
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