These watches from G-SHOCK feature an analog main dial and a smaller digital display at the bottom. Their case, bezels, and bands are made from stainless steel for heft, while still offering shock-resistance. They feature Neobrite and dual LED illumination, solar power, world time, and automatic time calibration.
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We love the shiny forged metal bezels and see-through camo straps on this series of G-SHOCK watches. They feature shock-resistant resin cases, alarm and stopwatch functions, and currently come in three variants: the rectangular GM5600SCM-1, the round GM6900SCM-1, and the analog-digital GM110SCM-1A.
We love the deep magenta and black color combo of this high-end G-SHOCK model, which sports a dual-core structure made from carbon composite and metal. It has a solar-powered mechanism with automatic time calibration, smartphone linking, dual-timezone display, countdown timer, alarm, calender and more. Drops 11.2020.
With its classic triple-graph face, the GM6900 series has the look of liquid metal, especially in its gold-on-gold color scheme. Each of the chunky LCD chronographs has a stainless steel bezel and a front-mounted “G” button. Features include shock and water resistance, stopwatch, countdown timer, alarm, and EL backlighting.
This special edition G-SHOCK watch features images inspired by Dragon Ball Z. Done up in a bold orange with black line art and gold accents, the watch features a hybrid analog-digital face, along with bright yellow illumination. Notice the four-star dragon ball on the inset dial, and the “Ƶ” logo at 3 o’clock.
Designed for surfers, the G-LIDE GBX100 series has an LCD screen that can show high tide, low tide, and levels for 3,300 surf spots around the world. It offers sunrise and sunset times, lunar data, step tracking, and Bluetooth smartphone integration. For long life, it’s shock resistant and water resistant to 200m.
This very special edition G-SHOCK watch features a black IP finish that’s been laser-etched top reveal a grid pattern straight out of TRON. The square-faced, solar-powered watch features multiband atomic timekeeping, world time, stopwatch, countdown, alarm, and calendar functions, along with Bluetooth connectivity.
These models from Casio’s Edifice collection have an octagonal case and bezel design that’s really eye-catching. They feature a hybrid analog-digital face, stopwatch and countdown timers, five daily alarms, date/month display, automatic time-zone setting via smartphone, and bright dual-LED lighting.
Casio’s classic calculator watch gets a new look at a bargain price. In addition to performing basic math, these retro-modern wristwatches feature an inverted LCD screen, dual time, alarm, and calendar functions. They come wrapped in a durable resin case with a color-matched strap. Available in beige, army green, or blue.
Like other Casio PRO TREK watches, the PRT-B50 is packed with useful features for outdoor adventures, like a step counter, compass, altitude, barometric, and temperature sensors. Now it adds Bluetooth connectivity to sync trip data with the PRO TREK Connected mobile app for Android or iOS.
We love the deep blue color schemes on Casio’s duo of solar adventurer’s watches. They include a magnetic compass, altitude and barometric sensor, and a temperature sensor, along with chrono functions like stopwatch, countdown, world time, and alarms. The PRW6600Y-2 adds atomic clock time synchronization and a silicone band.
This new member of the Edifice line packs all the tech we’ve come to expect, but this one is super slim. Measuring just 8.9mm thick, the stainless steel chronograph includes stopwatch, alarm, lap timer, and calendar functions. It automatically adjusts its time via a Bluetooth smartphone connection, and recharges via solar power.
A special limited-edition version of Casio’s full metal wristwatch. All of the metal surfaces of the GMWB5000V-1 were first hit with a black ion-plate, then distressed to give them an aged, matte finish. Features include 200m water resistance, world time, 5 daily alarms, a calendar, and network time sync via Bluetooth.
Casio is showing off our favorite G-SHOCK color scheme yet. The limited-edition MTGB1000RB-2A offers a sweet iridescent rainbow case, while maintaining the durability the line is known for, along with world time, chrono, and alarm functions. Drops 6/2019 for $1000.
For lovers of G-SHOCK watches who want even more substance, the G-STEEL GSTB100XA-1A is the one to wear. The solar-powered watch features a steel case, sapphire crystal, carbon fiber bezel, bright LED lighting, and Bluetooth connectivity for internet synchronized time.
G-SHOCK’s GA110CR-7A preserves its sturdy shock-resistance and practicality, while lightening its look with a lucite-inspired see-through case. Its semi-transparent materials were inspired by the ocean, and G-SHOCK’s support of coral reef non-profit Aqua Planet.
Casio’s high-tech Rangeman GPS watch not only offers navigational assistance, but its can use solar power to extend GPS run time in a pinch. In addition to logging paths, it can help you backtrack where you came from too, and sync route data with a smartphone.
G-Shock has been using its DW-5600 for collabs with streetwear brands, but mostly with bland results. This release with leather master Hender Scheme is an exception. The watch has a clean off-white color and comes with leather and urethane straps. Drops 1/3/18.
Combining the style of a sportsman’s watch with modern tech, the solar-powered Edifice EQB501 connects to your phone via Bluetooth, and auto-syncs the precise time and the desired time zone. Features dual time zone dials, alarm, stopwatch, and phone finder functions.
The latest colorway in the rugged G-SHOCK line features a bold yellow accent color on its face, hands, and peeking out from the inside of the strap. We prefer the clean contrast of the GA100’s basic black dial to the camouflage print on the dial of the GA110. Drops 6/2017.
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