Casio G-Shock GA2100SU-1A
The Casio G-Shock CasiOak. Almost every year Casio comes out with a model or two that set the G-Shock world on fire, and this year it is the watch dubbed the CasiOak. Now, I admittedly do not keep up with every watch coming from G-Shock and I am sure there are special editions and limited releases I miss, but 2 years ago the big mainstream G-Shock was the All Metal that I reviewed here, and last year Casio released updated and even more expensive versions of those, in all titanium, with a camouflage version being the runaway hit. As you can see, this CasiOak has camouflage as well (bezel only) but we are talking a much cheaper watch here, this one coming in at $110. The CasiOak lineup has a few different variations, a green one with a black bezel, an all-black one, and even an all-red model. I chose the camo version because I just love camo, so it seemed like this would be a model I needed to have, and with all the social media posts and it is sold out pretty much everywhere here, it seemed this watch was in demand and I needed to find one asap.
Casio G-Shock CasiOak Specifications:
Size of case : 48.5×45.4×11.8mm
Total weight : 51g
Case / bezel material: Carbon / Resin
200-meter water resistance