Casio

Casio-G-Shock-Mini

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-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...

Casio-G-Shoc-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....

Casio-Protrek-PRX-2000T

On April 1 2009, Casio will start selling the newest Protrek model: the PRX-2000T. It's an evolution of the ABC watch (Altimeter/Barometer/Compass) reduced in size and upgraded in terms of build materials. Here are the specs from the translated press release: List price is 99,750 JPY, or about $1,030 US...

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...

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