A new contender in the G-Shock Full Metal series is this amazing red model, the $600 GMWB5000RD-4. Built out of stainless steel and containing a classic G-Shock movement, this beast is pretty darn sweet.
The Casio Digital watch is one that is instantly recognizable. In fact, I’m guessing many of us had one – of some flavor or variety – over the years. They durable, generally inexpensive, and they get the job done. Well, there’s a new metal rainbow on offer that takes things a bit higher-end.
At this point, Casio’s partnership with Honda Racing really shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. We’ve written about it before, and reviewed one of the models over on Knapsack. Today, we’re doing a quick rundown on the latest, the Casio Edifice EFS560HR.
Pip pip and all that. Casio has announced a new GRAVITYMASTER model in collaboration with UK’s Royal Air Force. The model, which is a specially designed G-Shock, comes with a carbon-infused resin bezel and band.
As you’ve seen in some of our other Edifice posts, this year marks 20 years of the line existing. Well, they’re not done introducing watches for the anniversary – the latest also celebrates their continued partnership with Scuderia AlphaTauri racing team. That watch? It’s the ECB20AT-2A, AKA the Edifice X Alphatauri.
When you’re headed to the great outdoors, you’ve got decisions to make for what watch you bring. Do you bring your beater? Your everyday three-hander? Do you go for perhaps a fitness watch to track your activities? Or do you want to have the watch help keep you oriented? Well, with the Casio Protrek PRTB50YT-1, you can get those latter two down in a cinch.
Over the years, we’ve reviewed any number of Casio watches – from the main line, the Edifice line, as well as the ProTrek lineup. Somehow, though, the crew over at G-Shock have eluded our grasp. That is, until recently! Today, we’re giving you a hands-on review of a watch that’s probably what comes to mind for G-Shock in terms of functionality and style – the G-Shock Mudmaster GGB100.
Holy wow is this thing cool. It’s basically a Full Metal G-Shock made of stainless steel that features a laser-engraved face that turns the entire watch into a grid.vv
The Casio F-91W is almost the classic digital watch – it’s small, light, easy to use, and inexpensive – but it works. People around the world have been wearing this classic watch forever- including myself. Now, Casio has released a new special color edition of the watch, featuring pastel colors, clear and smoke grey, in translucent jelly straps – a fun new refresh of the classic.
Earlier this month, we wrote about (over on Knapsack) about a ill-conceived crowdfunding project that was taking the beloved Casio F91 movement and shoving it into a case that killed most functionality. Well, what if you want the real deal, but want something, well, just plain colorful? These four new additions to the Casio F91 lineup should grab your eye, then.