Another Swanky Addition to the G-Shock Family:
Casio launched G-Shock way back in 1983 providing durable wrist watches ever since. Shattering the popular belief of a watch being very fragile, G-Shocks hit the market hard and they are available even today. Of course, a tide of technology brought along with itself a sea of improvements. The latest launch by Casio G-Shock is the GA-120-1ADR (G346). This men's watch not only looks solid but does live up to its predecessor's name. The mineral glass window resists everyday scratches and abrasions; it measures up to 5 on the Mohs scale. The dual display has been something Casio has always fashioned, and they tend to use it on most G-Shock watches.Durable and Reliable:
This hard glass water and scratch resistant not-so-fragile watch also uses quartz to tell time. The mechanics of the watch house a tiny sliver of quartz, the mineral. The fragment is sensitive to electrical current and vibrates at regular intervals with the passage of electricity. This has been in use for ages now and is by far the most accurate time telling technique. The watch is also equipped with water resistance up to 200 metres. It wants to be the deep see divers' new friend. Here are a few more features to drool over:The wrist band is made up of resin, ensuring proper fit and comfort; the dual display also houses a calendar. A LED light is included in the display so you can even tell time even in pitch darkness. Simple and Strong:
Setting a statement doesn't always need a flashy companion. At Casio, simplicity rules the manufacturing process. The G-Shock following the same mantra isn't a jewel to look at as far as looks are concerned. Every 20th century kid wants a Casio G-Shock sometime in his life. Clearly, the mean look and sporty features always stand out. It is one of the simplest consoles to get friendly with. An alarm clock, a stopwatch, etc, are all regular features included in almost every watch. A watch is a just a watch when it's not a G-Shock.