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G-Shock w/ Bluetooth 4.0

G-Shock w/ Bluetooth 4.0

The GB-6900AA series of G-Shock watches can be paired with phones that have Bluetooth 4.0 tech. You can be alerted of calls or messages, find your phone and set your time. More here.

Casio Classic Retro Digital Watch

Casio Classic Retro Digital Watch

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.

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Casio G-Shock GA110GB-1A

Casio G-Shock GA110GB-1A

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.

Casio G’zOne Commando

Casio G’zOne Commando

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.

Casio G-Shock GDF100

Casio G-Shock GDF100

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.

Casio Exilim TRYX Camera

Casio Exilim TRYX Camera

The Casio Exilim TRYX has a frame that’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.

G-Shock Dee & Ricky

G-Shock Dee & Ricky

Casio collaborated with design duo Dee & Ricky to come up with the GA110DR-1A. The chunky watch is painted in primary colors, in keeping with the designers’ famous LEGO-based creations.

G-Shock Ultimate Tough GX56

G-Shock Ultimate Tough GX56

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.

Casio Exilim EF-FH100

Casio Exilim EF-FH100

On the surface, Casio’s 10MP camera looks rather ordinary, but has a 10X optical zoom, a 3″ LCD, shoots hi-res stills at 40 fps, and slow-motion video at an astounding 120 to 1000 fps at low resolutions.

G-Shock G-Aviation Watch

G-Shock G-Aviation Watch

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.

Wood Shock Watches

Wood Shock Watches

Wood Shock watches are customized Casio G-Shock watches fitted with hand/laser crafted wooden bevel – giving them a unique, textured and natural look. Available in red and black.

Casio G’zOne Brigade

Casio G’zOne Brigade

Casio’s rugged/hip G’zOne series gets an upgrade with the Brigade; it features a full QWERTY, 3.2MP AF camera w/video, EV-DO Rev.A, Mil-Spec 810F, and dual OLED/WQVGA screens.

G-Shock DW6900CB

G-Shock DW6900CB

Casio’s G-Shock line gets flashy with the DW6900CB; available in four colors, each watch features a mirror face, shock resistance, 200 m water resistance, and 12/24 hour formats.

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G-Shock GA-100/100A

G-Shock GA-100/100A

Casio updates its classic Three Eye design with the G-Shock GA-100/100A series; it sports one analog and two LCD round dials, two square LCD dials, and a large main analog display.

G-Shock x Globe

G-Shock x Globe

Casio and Globe will drop a heritage collab 4/2010; the G-Shock DW5600GLB-7 watch sports a classic square bezel while Globe contributes a fitted cap and 80s retro Destroyer high-top.

G-Shock GWF1000-1

G-Shock GWF1000-1

Part of Casio’s Master of G series, the G-Shock GWF1000-1 is a solar powered dive watch with 200 m water resistance, shock resistance, tide/moon graphs, and atomic timekeeping.

G-Shock MTG1100-1A

G-Shock MTG1100-1A

Casio’s G-Shock MTG1100-1A tops their MT-G line; this solar powered watch sports a shock-proof self-correcting movement, aluminum hands, DLC stainless steel case, and atomic clock sync.

G-Shock Gulfman Black

G-Shock Gulfman Black

Casio’s G-Shock Gulfman goes all black (9100MB-1ER); the shock- and rust-resistant watch features an EL backlight, solar power, radio-synced time, 5 alarms, and 200 m water resistance.

Casio EX-G1

Casio EX-G1

The world’s slimmest shock-resistant camera at 0.78″ (and a looker, too), Casio’s 12.1 MP EX-G1 features a two-layer shell that’ll withstand 7′ drops, 10 feet of water, and 14°F temps.

Casio EX-FH25

Casio EX-FH25

Casio’s 10 MP EX-FH25 superzoom improves on the 9.1 MP EX-FH20 with CMOS backlit sensors and 40 fps burst mode at 9 MP; other specs: 20x optical zoom and 720p video.

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Casio EX-Z280

Casio EX-Z280

It’s may not be exciting, but Casio’s EX-Z280 point and shoot slips in under the $200 price point while still offering 720p HD video recording, a 12.1 MP sensor and 4x optical zoom.

G-Shock 2009 Collection

G-Shock 2009 Collection

Sneaker Freaker has a complete look at G-Shock’s 2009 line of watches; included is the G-Aviation for pilots, fashion-oriented DW6900 series and G7900 for search and rescue teams.

Casio Exilim EX-H10

Casio Exilim EX-H10

No, not Verizon’s Exilim cellphone–the Casio Exilim EX-H10 is a true-blue compact camera with a 12.1MP sensor, 720p video, 3″ LCD, 10x optical zoom and 24mm wide angle lens.

Verizon Casio Exilim

Verizon Casio Exilim

If you liked Casio’s Japan-only W63CA, Verizon will get a slightly watered-down Casio Exilim C721; it features a swiveling display, but with a smaller 2.3″ TFT screen and 5.1MP camera.

Casio G-Shock Gulfman

Casio G-Shock Gulfman

Casio’s G-Shock Gulfman is ideal for boaters and surfers, with tide graph display, EL backlight, stopwatch function, yacht timer, and 200m of water resistance; it’ll run 7 years on a battery.

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