Review of the Casio G-Shock GW-M5600BC


Sometimes the only way to really know how much you like a particular watch is to simply see how much you wear it. I've had plenty of watches which I thought I was going to love -- watches with all the right features and materials -- but that ended up getting almost no wrist time whatsoever for one reason or another. And then I've had watches which I didn't really expect to care for all that much, but that I found myself reaching for over and over. The Casio G-Shock GW-M5600BC turned out to b..

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Review of the Casio G-Shock GS-1200-1AJF


Reviewed today is the Casio G-Shock GS-1200-1AJF. We've done a fair number of G-Shock reviews here on WatchReport, but this one might be the most unusual to date. To give you an idea why, here's the specifications for the GS-1200: New tough movement calibre 5046 assembled on a new factory line just for this line. (More on this below.) Solar powered with six-month power reserve. Radio-set, six bands (US, UK, Germany, Japan x2, China). Hour, minute, second, date (with a neat matching r..

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Review of the Casio Edifice EFX700D-1A1V

A few months ago, I received an interesting and rather surprising watch in the mail: a Casio Edifice EFX700D-1A1V. I like some Casio models, but as a whole, they usually don't register as one of my favorite brands, primarily due to the styling of their most popular lines. I could never get behind the G-Shocks (unlike Christian), and despite the amazing functionality of the Pathfinder family, I always found them too big for my wrist. In retrospect, it was probably because of this bias of mine..

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Review of the Casio G-Shock Gulfman (GW-9100)

The new Casio G-Shock Gulfman is an interesting new addition to Casio's G-Shock line. It has the same set of features as all the G-Shocks I review: Atomic calibration. Solar powered. 200 meter water resistant (about 650 feet). Automatic calendar. Electroluminescent backlight. 48-city world time. 5 daily alarms, 1 snooze. 60 minute countdown timer. Stopwatch. However, it also has a couple of new tricks: Multi-band atomic. That means it can calibrate in the US, UK, G..

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The New Casio G-Shock Riseman GW-9200 Continues G-Shock and Pathfinder Integration

Casio seems to be gradually bringing the G-Shock and Pathfinder lines closer together. The first Casio Riseman was introduced back in 1997, but has been discontinued for some time. About three years ago, Casio introduced the G-Shock GW-400J which borrows from the Pathfinder line by integrating a thermometer. More recently, Casio announced the Ultimate Pathfinder (PAW1500) which, like the G-Shock line, is now water resistant to 200 meters (650 feet) rather than the previous 100 meters. And no..

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