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Review of the Casio Edifice EQW-M1000DB-1ACR


Today's review is of the Casio Edifice EQW-M1000DB-1ACR, introduced at Basel 2009. It's a multifunction analog quartz watch with an unusual dial. Specifications: Six-band atomic set (Japan, US, UK, Germany and China - state of the art). Tough solar power. This is Casio's G-Shock technology, meaning its shock-resistant solar power with a rechargeable battery.  Five motors driving the various hands and dials. World time (29 cities, as seen around the chapter ring). Daily alarm. ..

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Casio G-Shock GW-2500 ‘Gravity Defier’

Casio-G-Shoc-GW-2500-'Gravity Defier'

We somehow missed this Basel announcement for a line of new aviator-targeted G-Shocks: the 'Gravity Defier' series. (Pictured at right is the GW-2500.) Designed to be easy to use by pilots even under extreme G-loads, they have several attributes that work in a cockpit: Non-reflective surfaces and flat black face. Big, well-lumed hands. 6/12 hour markers for rapid orientation. Large buttons. As you'd expect from a G-shock, it's loaded with features: Six-band radio receiver. To..

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Casio Protrek PRX-2000T


On April 1 2009, Casio will start selling the newest Protrek model: the PRX-2000T. It's an evolution of the ABC watch (Altimeter/Barometer/Compass) reduced in size and upgraded in terms of build materials. Here are the specs from the translated press release: List price is 99,750 JPY, or about $1,030 US as of Feb 2009. Yes, it's expensive. "World's thinnest" ABC watch at 11.3mm by 47.7mm by 57mm. Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating - excellent, I have been looking forward to ..

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Review of the Casio G-Shock MTG-1500-1AJF


I'm a big fan of Casio's MRG line of watches (as evidenced by my recent review of the MRG-7500BJ), but there's no question that they are expensive. Fortunately, Casio created the MTG line of watches for those of us who want all the features of the MRG line (and even a few more), and are willing to compromise on the quality of the materials in order to get them. Although lacking the highly scratch resistant DLC (Diamond-like Carbon) coating of the high-end MRGs, and the nearly scratch-proo..

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Review of the Casio MRG-7500BJ-1AJF


The MRG line of Casio G-Shocks is as high-end as G-Shocks come. They are the most sophisticated, most refined, toughest, and, of course, most expensive watches Casio makes. Watches in the MRG line range from around $700 to over $3,000 with the MRG-7500 falling in the middle at around $1,500. Why so expensive? Check out these features: Titanium case and bracelet with highly scratch resistant DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) coating. Push-button and lockable clasp. There's a switch on the clasp..

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