Casio G-Shock

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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 GA100A-7A

If you like your watches big, bold, and durable, then the new GA100 line of G-Shocks will make your day. Available in white, yellow, and black, you get the "basic" G-Shock feature set in a new, larger case for a list price of only $99: Water resistant to 200m (660ft)....

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 Casio G-Rescue G7900A-7

One thing you can always count on is for Casio to introduce new and interesting features and products in the G-Shock line. Today let's look at the G-Rescue G7900A-7, introduced in May of 2009: Inspired by search and rescue teams (thus the name). Bigger buttons for gloved use -- largest...

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 Baby-G BGA100-8B

Up for review today is the Casio Baby-G BGA100-8B. It's a G-Shock for women, if the rhinestone-accented pink dial and heart-shaped window didn't already tip you off. As with the forthcoming mini line, Casio has scaled down the full G-Shock requirements for the Baby-G line: Water resistant to 100m (330ft)...

Casio brings G-Shock Mini to USA.

Casio has announced it is bringing the popular G-Shock Mini line to the USA. These are popular G-Shock styles designed to find a home with women buyers. They are available in a wide selection of "feminine" colors and sizes that span three models which are probably very familiar if you...

Casio G-Shock 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....

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

View the Casio G-Shock MTG-1500-1AJF photo gallery. 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...

Review of the Casio MRG-7500BJ-1AJF

View the Casio MRG-7500BJ-1AJF photo gallery. 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...

Review of the Casio G-Shock GW-M5600BC

View the Casio G-Shock GW-M5600BC photo gallery. 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...

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