Casio’s new Edifice line connects to your phone, your soul

April 18, 2017 . by John Biggs

The future, they say, is here but just not evenly distributed. Luckily Casio’s new Edifice line is full of it. Their two new models, the $300 EQB501XDB-1A and EQB501XD-1A, have all of the standard Edifice tricks – 3D dials, lots of functions – but with a few new surprises. The watches use Casio’s Tough Solar…

My friend, the Casio Pro Trek PRW-3510Y

June 1, 2016 . by John Biggs

As through this world we ramble and through this world we roam we need a watch like the Casio Pro Trek. This monstrous new watch is Casio’s latest foray into the traditional triple sensor trekking watch and they’ve gone really bold with this model. With a massive bezel, amazingly readable face, and great features, the…

REVIEW: Casio BGA107

April 2, 2012 . by Patrick Kansa

  It’s been a bit since we last looked at a watch from the Baby G line, so let’s rectify that, shall we?

REVIEW: Casio Pathfinder PAW1300-1V

January 2, 2012 . by Patrick Kansa

Today, we’re going to bring you a review of a watch that has about the best endorsement I can give – I actually bought the thing!  The watch in question is the Casio Pathfinder PAW1300-1V, and was purchased as a gift for my dad.  So, why did I settle in on this one?

REVIEW: Casio Baby G BLX100-7B

November 17, 2011 . by Patrick Kansa

Today, we’re going to take a look at a watch from Casio’s Baby G line, the BLX100-7B.  As this line, and this particular model, is most definitely not aimed at men, I’ve enlisted the help of my lovely wife to review this watch. Ad has Casio Watches. Free Shipping + Free Sizing + Free…

Casio’s new giant G-Shock may be right for football players, you

August 9, 2010 . by John Biggs

In order to grab the coveted Dudes-Who-Look-Like-Turtle-from-Entourage market, Casio is launching a bigger G-Shock, a massive, wristband-like addition to the G-Shock line that is, in Casio’s own words, designed for “sports players like basketball players.”

Review: Casio GA-100 G-Shock

April 30, 2010 . by John Biggs

The G-Shock is a tough watch to love. They’re Casio’s answer to the Timex Ironman and, while they’re quite rugged, the line has drifted towards Swatch-esque fashion models. Well, I’m glad to report the GA-100 brings it all back home with a world-time feature and stop watch that brings to mind the Citizen Skyhawk series…