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2007

Review of the Casio G-Shock MRG-7600D

If you think big, plastic, and inexpensive when you think Casio G-Shock, I’m about to change your perception of Casio forever. MR-G is the name of Casio’s premium G-Shock line, and Casio spared neither feature nor expense designing and manufacturing these watches. One of the reasons you probably haven’t heard of the MRG line of G-Shocks is that they aren’t sold in the US. A...

Casio PRW-5000Y-10R Review

This year Casio took the PRW-5000 we reviewed last year and gave it a makeover: PVD case, blue highlights and an almost stealth look. Let’s start with the specs for the new version, model number PRW-5000Y-10R: Altimeter/barometer, compass and thermometer Tough solar power, 5 month power reserve Tough movement with automatic hand position correction Water resistant to 100m (330ft) Six-band at...

Casio G-Shock GW-3000B Review

Big, bold and analog: this is the GW-3000, from the G-Shock Aviation line. Today we review the GW-3000B, the version with an orange dial and metal bracelet. Let’s get started with the basic features and measurements: Available in blue or orange with a PVD case, and orange/white with a unplated steel case. Tough solar power, 5 month power reserve 6-band atomic timekeeping, accurate to within ...

Review of the Casio G-Shock GXW-56-1BJF

View the Casio G-Shock GXW-56-1BJF photo gallery. The new Casio G-Shock GXW-56 — and its American counterpart, the GX-56 — are proof that huge is the new big. With a case 55.5mm wide at its widest point, and 17.5mm high, the GXW-56 is the biggest G-Shock ever made. (Yes, they...

Review of the Casio G-Shock GW-2000

Casio G-Shocks play many roles: fashion icons, hardcore tool watches, respectable divers, etc. Today, we look at something of a new phase for the G-Shock line in the form of a “multi role fighter.” The Casio G-Shock GW-2000 sports aviation styling while retaining the GMT features of many of its...

Review of the Casio Pathfinder PRW-5000-1ER

If there's any one company that continues to innovate, it has to be Casio. Their newest Pathfinder/Protrek, the PRW-5000, takes their kitchen-sink feature list and completely rethinks to design with an emphasis on analog hands. Let's start with the features: Solar powered. Atomic timekeeping, six bands: US, UK, Germany, China,...

New Casio Pathfinder PAW-5000-1 in April

As big Pathfinder fans here at WatchReport, we're happy to report that the new PAW-5000-1 will ship this April for $450. Departing somewhat from the dominant style of "mostly digital face", the new model sports a reduced-size digital screen and more dive-watch-style face. Somehow, it works for us. Casio PR...

Review of the Casio Lady-G LWA-M140-7ACF

A review today of a women's watch from Casio's Baby-G series that does it all. The LWA-M140-7ACF is quite the powerhouse, packed into a casually-styled look that belies its inner geek: Tough solar power (the dial is a solar panel). 5-band atomic timekeeping (US, UK, Japan, Germany). Water resistant (depth...

Review of the Casio G-Shock Frogman GWF-1000

Today's review is Casio's latest in their Frogman line of G-Shock dive watches. These are the first in that line to have atomic timekeeping and solar power. Let's take a look and see what you get for a list price of $725! Specifications: Water resistant to 200m (660ft). Dedicated dive...

Review of the Citizen Chrono-Time AT

View the Citizen Chrono-Time AT Photo Album. The choice for an "always right" (solar-powered, atomic time synchronized) dress watch has, up to now, been somewhat limited. Apart from the Japan-only Seiko Brightz, the only watches in this space have been from Casio (and their Oceanus brand). The Casio watches that...

Review of the Casio G-Shock GW-2500BD-1A ‘Gravity Defier’

After our news item about the GW-2500 generated a lot of email, we contacted Casio PR and got one to review. This review is of the GW-2500BD-1A version, which is the black-plated metal with a bracelet. There are also versions with non-plated case and a rubber strap. Due to the...

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...

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