Casio’s rugged Android Wear smartwatch is water resistant, and meets military shock and vibration specs. It’s got air pressure and altitude sensors, an accelerometer, gyrometer, and a magnetic compass, to track fitness activites, and all your outdoor adventures.
Despite its silly name – Classic Retro Digital Watch? – it does have a very old school charm and is a perfect everyday wristwatch. It has a silver-tone steel bracelet and a multifunctional display.
An extra large watch with an bold and eye-catching colorway – glossy black resin band with a lustrous gold face. Has both analog and digital displays and the trademark G-Shock durability.
A rugged Android phone designed for adventurers, it’s designed to withstand extreme conditions, has special sensors for temperature, direction and speed and loaded with apps for outdoor types.
The GDF-100 introduces a brand new case design to the G-Shock line to accommodate its front-facing pressure and temperature sensors. The watch can display both temperature and altitude at once.
The Casio Exilim TRYX has a frame thatâ€™s connected to the main body only on the lens, allowing the user to shoot from uncommon angles and positions with an ultra wide angle 21mm lens.
The latest and largest member of the G-Shock series. Dubbed the “King Of G-Shock”, the Casio GX56 ($150) is shock and mud resistant and has a scratch resistant mineral glass face.
Taking design cues from aircraft flight panel indicators, the new G-Aviation watch features a larger case, multi-band 6 atomic timekeeping, solar power and centrifugal force and shock resistance.