Casio Shock GW500A-1V Watch
Price Range:$62.50 to $89.99
This watch features a world clock and atomic timekeeping for accurate time display in 29 time zones. The shock- and water-resistant design offers durability.
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11 Reviews from Epinions.com
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Oct 20, 2006
Casio Solar G-SHOCK
Pros: Good looking, durable and full of great gadgets.
Cons: Realy big and heavy.
I recomend this watch even if you are not that active, because it will last. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 16, 2007
Great Watch for use in America and in the world!
Pros: Atomic Clock, Clear Numbers, Overall Look, Durable
Cons: Watch does not automatically set itself, very pricey
A great watch with a nice look and tough and durable. The watch is incredibly water resistant and is very accurate. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 23, 2006
Millisecond accuracy in a fashionably late world
Pros: G-Shock durability, Accuracy, Solar Power, Large time display
Cons: Size, Lack of countdown timer, recessed buttons, Questionable rechargeable battery reliability, Price
I can only recommend this watch to those who like the novel idea of solar power and atomic time coupled with G-Shock durability. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 24, 2007
Great Watch for most purposes
Pros: Solar powered with rechargeable battery Radio controlled automatic time setting Tough design, should last long
Cons: Time-stamp feature not useful (to me) Round dial indicators difficult to read
Excellent general purpose, wear it every day, "techie" watch. Being radio controlled, it will always be accurate. It is solar powered and shouldn't need a new battery every year. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 25, 2005
Casio G-Shock GW500A-1V
Pros: Nice looking watch. Has a few common, useful features. Mostly for gadget freaks.
Cons: Expensive, complex, impractical. Here today, gone tomorrow.
Nice watch, made well, pricey and gadgety. It's plastic, so probably won't be in production when you want to replace it. Seems worth more like $70. than the $120. mark. Read More at Epinions.com