Casio’s G-Shock Mudman range, called the GW-9500, is a line of timepieces known for their resilience and durability, has undergone a complete redesign, and the results are nothing short of impressive. The new models are a testament to Casio’s commitment to innovation and quality, blending the brand’s iconic ruggedness with a fresh, modern aesthetic.

The G-Shock Mudman, originally designed for the toughest of outdoor conditions, has always been a favorite among adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts. Its robust construction and resistance to mud, dust, and shocks have made it a reliable companion in the harshest of environments. However, the new redesign elevates the Mudman range to a whole new level. The most striking feature of the redesigned Mudman is its new case design.

The case now boasts a more streamlined and sleek look, without compromising the watch’s inherent toughness. The buttons have been repositioned for better ergonomics, and the band has been redesigned for improved comfort and durability. The digital display, a signature feature of the G-Shock range, has also been revamped. The new models feature a high-contrast, easy-to-read display with larger numbers and a more intuitive layout.

This makes it easier for wearers to access the watch’s various functions, even in challenging conditions. The redesigned Mudman range also comes with a host of advanced features. These include a compass, thermometer, moon data, and a full auto-calendar, among others. The watch is also solar-powered, ensuring reliable performance even in remote locations. The new Mudman range is a testament to Casio’s commitment to innovation and quality. By blending the brand’s iconic ruggedness with a fresh, modern aesthetic, Casio has once again proven its ability to redefine the standards of watch design.

ByJohn Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.