Atomic

2007

Oceanus Releases New 5 Motor Watch (OCWM700TDA-1A)

Oceanus has just released a very nice new 5 Motor watch. I recently reviewed an earlier 5 Motor model which I was very impressed with. If you are new to Oceanus watches, Oceanus is a Casio brand which does an excellent job of combining digital technology with a clean and...

The Casio G-Shock GW400-J Comes to the US

Over a year ago, I came across the Casio G-Shock GW400-J vibrating watch, and was so enraptured by the prospect of having an atomic solar G-Shock with a vibrating alarm that I ordered one immediately. Unfortunately, they were only available in Japan, so I had to buy it "gray market"...

Review of the Multi-band Casio Pathfinder PAW1200

View the Casio Pathfinder PAW1200 picture gallery. I've been waiting for this watch for a while now, so it's a real pleasure to finally have the opportunity to review it. The Casio Pathfinder PAW1200 is what I've referred to several times as the ultimate Pathfinder, perhaps the ultimate Casio, and...

The Ultimate Casio Pathfinder: the PAW1200T-7V

I was going to wait and write about the new Casio Pathfinder PAW1200T-7V once it was actually available, but I've been getting so much email about this watch that I figured I'd better go ahead and break radio silence. Last summer, I made a post entitled The Ultimate Casio Pro...

Review of the Seiko Brightz World Time Solar Atomic Watch

View the Seiko Brightz World Time (SAGZ007) photo gallery. The Seiko Brightz World Time watch is a great combination of technology and class. It has all the style of the Brightz line of timepieces, and all the convenience of atomic solar technology (which means you never have to get the...

The Junghans Mega 1000 Worldwide Atomic Watch

When I think atomic, I usually think Japanese. Traditionally Casio, and increasingly Seiko. I'm happy to report, however, that it's time to start thinking German, as well. Not only is the new Junghans Mega 1000 atomic, but it's a worldwide atomic watch, as well, which means it is capable of...

The New Casio Triple-Region Waveceptor

Not to be outdone by the new Seiko Brightz worldwide atomic watch, Casio has recently released their own triple-region atomic watch. What makes the new Casio Waveceptor special is that it will calibrate with atomic time signals anywhere in the world, or at least anywhere where there is an atomic...

Seiko Worldwide Atomic Solar Watch

If you're a regular Watch Report reader, you know how much I love the combination of atomic and solar, which usually means Casio. It looks like Seiko is getting serious about their atomic solar collections, however, and has announced the first atomic watch which works worldwide. Of course, "worldwide" means...

The Ultimate Casio Pro Trek (Almost)

I've been waiting for this watch. I'm a big fan of the Casio Pro Trek line, especially since they went solar, and even more so now that they've gone atomic. That's right: an atomic solar Casio Pro Trek. That makes for quite a list of features: Atomic timekeeping. That means...

Casio Introduces Oceanus: The First Atomic Solar Chronograph

Casio accomplishes another first with the Oceanus. There's nothing new about combining atomic time calibration with solar power, but I don't think I've ever seen a solar-powered atomic chronograph. The Oceanus is a very functional and sophisticated watch in a rugged but attractive package. Features include: Solar powered. Atomic time...

Review of the Casio G-Shock GW-400J Vibrating Watch

View the Casio G-Shock GW-400J photo gallery. When I first saw the new Casio GW-400J vibrating watch, I knew I was going to have to get my hands on one. You see, I'm very in to vibrating watches. Not because I'm some kind horological pervert, but because they make so...

Seiko Goes Solar and Atomic with the Seiko Ignition Takuma Sato

The Seiko Ignition Takuma Sato is an unusual watch in several respects. First, Seiko is not very well known for their solar watches. Kinetic, Spring Drive, and even automatic, yes, but you don't find a lot of solar powered Seikos out there. And you find even fewer atomic Seikos. Seiko...

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