Often, when a new G-Shock is released, it tends to be big and bold. Which, for a brand that makes its bones for withstanding the abuses of daily life, that makes sense. Unless, that is, you’ve got a smaller wrist and just want a robust watch that won’t overwhelm your wrist. Enter the G-Shock GMS2100 series of watches.
It’s no secret: Seiko has been doing a bad job of managing their product line for ages. They discontinued favorites like SKX and SARB/SARX, pushed prices up to the breaking point, and generally seem to have lost their way. But there’s hope at Seiko, a shining ray of hope.
Yahoo Finance asked Rolex to comment on the supply shortage of Rolex watches, and surprisingly, they did. Unsurprisingly, the comment doesn’t really answer much, and I am skeptical of what it does answer.
The OW 350CI is a left-handed mechanical field watch designed to look hearken back to the Condor 350, a Swiss motorcycle known for its rugged styling. The watch is a “command inversées” or reversed controls and features a khaki dial and yellow indexes.
Well, well, well! Turns out the Hamilton featured in Far Cry 6 will be getting a real world release. Behold: the Hamilton x Far Cry 6: Limited Edition Khaki Field Titanium.
The Casio G-Shock line has always been good at one thing: surviving in tough conditions. I wear G-Shocks when I know I’ll be rolling around in the sand, hiking, or anything that requires the watch to get dollops of mud or worse all over it. I’ve never really worn G-Shock’s to exercise. Until now.