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This Tempered Titanium G-Shock Celebrates 30 Years of Tough Casios

The idea to create "the toughest watch in the world" came to Japanese creator Kikuo Ibe, when he dropped and broke a precious watch given to him by his father. The first G-Shocks were developed in the 80s, and 30 years on they're tougher and smarter than ever. One item in particular, "the ultimate G-Shock", has been… »10/19/12 6:09am10/19/12 6:09am

Casio Tough Movement For G-Shock Uses Internal LEDs to Sync Time

These watch guts from Casio can receive radio synchronization signals from six transmitters around the world every hour at the 55-minute mark-if the individual holes in the gear sprockets don't line up in precisely the exact position as measured by a 16Hz blinking LED and a phototransistor, the watch adjusts… »8/01/08 9:40am8/01/08 9:40am

Four More Casio G-Shocks Round Out 25th Anniversary Collection

Four new G-Shocks that weren't seen at this week's 25th anniversary party are now being shown off. On top is the GW225E-7, the cream of this crop. It's ISO 200 meter water resistant and built for divers. It has a timer that logs dives, and memory storage for vital stats like blood type, diver certification card and… »5/16/08 1:47pm5/16/08 1:47pm

Casio Celebrates 25 Years of G-Shock With Four New Models

Casio just unveiled four new G-Shock models at their 25th anniversary event tonight in NYC. Kanye West is here, but the watches are definitely taking front and center. Two are analog, the other two digital, and all feature Multi-Band 6 atomic time synchronization and solar batteries. The one above is the MT-G, or… »5/14/08 8:17pm5/14/08 8:17pm