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The New Casio G-Shock Riseman GW-9200 Continues G-Shock and Pathfinder Integration

Casio seems to be gradually bringing the G-Shock and Pathfinder lines closer together. The first Casio Riseman was introduced back in 1997, but has been discontinued for some time. About three years ago, Casio introduced the G-Shock GW-400J which borrows from the Pathfinder line by integrating a thermometer. More recently,...

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 New Ultimate Casio Pathfinder (PAW1500)

Two years ago, I wrote an article called The Ultimate Casio Pathfinder in which I raved about the PAW1200 series. This was the first time Casio had combined their atomic and solar technologies with their famous Triple Sensor (digital compass, altimeter, barometer, and thermometer). A year later, I reviewed what...

Review of the Casio G-Shock Giez 1000BJ

View the Casio Giez 1000BJ Photo Gallery. We first mentioned the Casio Giez 1000BJ almost a year ago, but we didn't have much to say other than its very cool looking, it's only available in Japan, and its insides are almost identical to the Oceanus 5 Motor (OCW600TDA-1AV). Now that...

The Casio STP-100 Pedometer Watch

The Casio STP-100 looks like an average digital watch, but adds a new trick: a pedometer. By measuring how many steps you take, and combining that data with information that you provide (your stride length and weight), it can estimate distance, calories burned, pace, and more. It's similar to the...

Review of the Casio Pathfinder PAW1300-3V

View the Casio Pathfinder PAW1300-3V picture gallery. When I reviewed the Casio Pathfinder PAW1200 about a year ago, I referred to it as "one of the most advanced digital timepieces in the world". Of course, it is also one of the biggest. The new PAW1300 takes all the same features...

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...

Review of the Oceanus 5 Motor (OCW600TDA-1AV)

View the Oceanus 5 Motor photo gallery. Oceanus seems to represent Casio's desire to creep upmarket in the US. In Japan, you can actually drop over $1,000 on a high-end Casio G-Shock, but to most Americans, the brand Casio usually means geeky at best, and cheap at worst. Frequent readers...

Casio Introduces New GPS Watch: GPR-100-1JR

Casio has decided to try their luck at another GPS watch. While their first GPS watch was more of a smallish hand-held GPS strapped to your wrist, the GPR-100 is actually the smallest GPS watch available (63.1mm x 49.5mm x 17.1mm). And it actually looks like a watch, so it...

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"...

The Casio Protrek PRW1100

Last March, I wrote about the Casio Pathfinder PAW1200, a very impressive watch which manages to pack multi-band atomic timekeeping, solar power, and three sensors (digital compass, altimeter/barometer, and thermometer) into a single package. The PAW1200 series was a landmark achievement for Casio since it finally brought together the convenience...

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