Casio G-Shock

Casio-Riseman-GW-9200

The Casio Riseman GW-9200 is a bit tricky to review, mostly because Christian already wrote a pretty complete post about it already. It's also a bit of a hybrid watch, something of a merger between the worlds of the G-Shock and Pathfinder lines. I'll dive into feature lists after the...

G-Shock-AWG101-1V

One of the good things about a G-Shock fan is that there are so darn many models out there. And they're updated frequently, so if you don't see what you want, it'll be there sooner than you think. We've reviewed quite a few G-Shocks, and think that they represent excellent...

Review of the Casio G-Shock GW056A-1V

View the Casio G-Shock GW056A Photo Gallery. I think of the Casio G-Shock GW056A as the G-Shock for people who don't like G-Shocks. It's certainly the most subtle and unrecognizable G-Shock currently in the lineup, and most importantly, the slimmest. It has the same octagonal case as many of the...

The Casio G-Shock GIEZ 1000BJ

It looks like Casio just repackaged the Oceanus 5 Motor's insides in a dark and bold G-Shock GIEZ case. Currently only available to the Japanese (and to resourceful and fanatical foreign watch geeks), the Casio G-Shock GIEZ 1000BJ appears to be identical to the Oceanus 5 Motor that I just...

Watch Shopping in Hong Kong

I just got back from a trip to Seoul and Hong Kong where I did quite a bit of watch shopping. I've spent a lot of time in Japan, and I learned very quickly that both fine and high-tech watches are a much bigger priority in many parts of Asia...

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