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Casio’s Bluetooth 4.0 G-Shock watch hits the FCC

Posted in Casio by Reuben Drake on July 26th, 2011

The Casio GB-6900 has passed through the FCC. The device features Bluetooth 4.0 that will last up to two years on a single battery assuming that Bluetooth communications are used for 12 hours per day. The device will feature Casio’s Touch Solar technology that will recharge the watch when it is exposed to sun or artificial light.

Casio’s prototype version of the device featured incoming call and email alerts, a finder function and wireless time synchronization via Bluetooth. Casio is also working on sports, heath, home entertainment and communications applications for the device.

Casio G-Shock GDF100 Watch

Posted in Casio by Conner Flynn on April 14th, 2011

Fans of Casio’s G-Shocks watches will be happy to know that Casio has introduced the latest edition to the G-Shock family of timepieces, the GDF100. This version looks pretty stylish and comes in some good looking colors.

The watch has a front-facing pressure and temperature sensor built into the bezel on the left at the 9 o’clock position. This watch also includes an altimeter, barometer and thermometer. Sadly, we don’t have any info on pricing just yet, but we will let you know when we find out.

G-Shock Gets New Design from Dee & Ricky

Posted in Watches by Darrin Olson on June 13th, 2010

G-Shock Watch designed by Dee & RickyWe’ve seen our share of G-Shock watches come down the pipe but never one designed quite like this. The new GA110DR-1A from G-Shock gets its primary-colored Lego design from New York fashion designers Dee & Ricky.

Although the watch has a toy-esque look to it, it still holds true to the G-Shock name with durable features including magnetic resistance, 200M water resistance, LED light, the ability to track time in 48 different cities, alarm, calendar and more.

Casio launches GA-100/100A G-Shock watches

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on January 23rd, 2010

Casio has announced its stylish GA-100/100A G-Shock watches, which boast an analog display and three dials on the face. These shock resistant watches feature a 1/1000-second stopwatch, velocity indicator, and are even magnetic resistance compliant with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

Over-sized buttons make it easy to operate. Some other features include an anti-slip finish and a large face with easy-to-read displays. There are a three versions of the black GA-100 models and a few of the GA-100A models, which will come in yellow or white. Pretty nice.

Casio Robo-watches celebrate G-Shock anniversary

Posted in Robots by Conner Flynn on December 31st, 2008

Casio Robo-watches celebrate G-Shock anniversaryObviously this is a marketing gimmick. But ask yourself, are these robot watches more awesome than your typical watch? Hell yes. Casio’s 25 years of G-Shock celebration continues with the offering of a new set of character watches designed by Shiro Nakano.

Now that I’ve given you the good news, it’s time for the bad. These robot characters themselves are not available for sale. And yes, that’s a big mistake, because they are amazingly cool. They would make great desktop clocks. And good robot clocks are hard to find. Ask any robo-enthusiast.

Casio G-Shock G8100A-5 is slightly steampunk

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on August 17th, 2008

Casio G-Shock G8100A-5 is slightly steampunkThe Casio G-Shock G8100A-5 is a watch with typical modern features, while at the same time sporting a vague ‘antique’ design. Obviously Casio doesn’t want to miss out on the steampunk market. It’s got a bronze colored aluminum face and perforated resin band and a price tag of $99.

Even though this watch is only barely steampunk, it has a bunch of features like, auto dual electroluminescent backlights with ‘afterglow’, world time with 29 time zones and automatic daylight savings adjustments, 2 multi-function alarms, snooze alarm, timer that can countdown 1 minute to 24 hours, stopwatch, and it’s shock and water resistant to 200 meters. Not a bad watch if you want to look only slightly steampunk.

Casio gets colorful, solar with G-Shock watches

Posted in Watches by Nino Marchetti on March 11th, 2008

Casio G-Shock G5500CCasio G-Shock watches have now apparently been around for some 25 years. The company has just rolled out another model – the Casio G-Shock G5500C – to join the product line and it prices at around $120.

The Casio G-Shock G5500C is available in three colors – red, green, white – and, like its predecessors, is shock resistant and also water resistant up to 200 meters. This particular G-Shock also draws its power from the sun via a built-in solar panel and rechargeable battery.

Casio G-Shock US Surfing Open Limited Edition Watch

Posted in Casio,Outdoors,Watches by Chetz on August 10th, 2007

Casio G-Shock Limited edition white watch for the US Open of SurfingCasio has released a limited edition version of their extreme sports-tough G-Shock watches for this years US Open of Surfing. The watch comes in a white resin case and band with the US Open of Surfing logo branded on the band.

The US Open of Surfing G-Shock watch will obviously Casio’s well-known shock resistance along with water resistance up to 200 meters, afterglow backlight, countdown timer, stopwatch, alarm, a preprogrammed calendar and it just looks cool.

There doesn’t appear to be G-Shocks Tidegraph feature available in this …



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