G-SHOCK GA800 Review

The Truth About Watches’ G-SHOCK GA-2100 1A review is our most popular post to date. “An attractive, minimalist feature analog/digital G-SHOCK that puts a traditional spin on classic Square aesthetics,” Ronnie Schreiber wrote, awarding Casio’s runaway hit five stars. Simplicity, legibility and wearability made the “Casioak” a hit. The same description applies to the G-SHOCK GA800 1A. Only more so . . .

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G-SHOCK GW-S5600-1JF Review

The G-SHOCK “Square” is the most iconic model in their line. Even digital watch muggles instantly recognize it as a Casio. Since its introduction in 1983, the Japanese manufacturer has introduced more versions of the Square than ice cream flavors at Baskin Robbins (by a factor of 10). The GW-S5600-1JF is a significant evolution of the classic Square – that isn’t available anywhere outside of Japan. Domo arrigato Mr. Roboto?

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John Mayer x HODINKEE x G-SHOCK

Thank heavens HoDinkee’s countdown timer only teased us for five days before the debut of the John Mayer x HODINKEE x G-SHOCK collaboration. The announcement was deliberately stark and devoid of details, cloaked in mystery. I have almost no interest in any single aspect of the ménage, but their manufactured suspense infected me . . .

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G-SHOCK GA2000WM-1A Review

When the designers at Casio lose their muse, they modify an existing model line. I’m not sure how they say “fait accompli” in Japanese. Maybe they just shouted “Banzai!” when this project got the nod at corporate. But here it is: the G-SHOCK GA2000WM-1A. The WM stands for “Wavy Marble,” a designation that sounds a bit like a nightclub singer from the 40’s . . .

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