The Casio G-Shock Watch is the ultimate tough watch. It was born from a developer's dream of "creating a watch that never breaks. Casio started making shock resistant watches in 1983.These watches are designed to last, endure any condition and resist to all sorts of external forceful stimulation.

It's toughness that tested for piston pressure, water, drop, ice, hammer and vibration shock. The combination of a solar panel with a large-capacity rechargeable battery enables a variety of functions to operate smoothly. It's also atomic Time (correct self-adjusting time reception) thanks to Multi Band 6, the world's first radio-controlled system built to receive time calibration signals from six transmission stations: two in Japan and one each in North America, the United Kingdom and Germany, plus the new station in China.

The band with a pre-curved shape act as a shock absorber to ensure that the back of the watch never receives a direct shock. The case shapes are designed in such a way to make sure that the buttons are never struck directly if the watch is dropped, no matter what the angle. It has a tough materials, stainless steel case, soft urethane bands, aluminum hands and brass hand-holding rings.

Casio Watches has been developing a series of professional G-Shock watches for the Aviation and other series of especially resistant and durable watches such as the Rescue series. Kindly check the entire categories of G-Shock collections: Casio G-Shock Cockpit Watches, Casio G-Shock G-Lide Watches, Casio G-Shock Waveceptor Watches, and Casio G-Shock Limited Edition Watches

Casio Corporation is committed toward the achievement of being in the topmost position of the watch industry by giving the highest quality, plus progressive approaches in wristwatch manufacture and production. It is with this loyalty to accomplish quality in service and production that the business has become endorsed timers and this system is still going on.

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