The newest addition to the highly functional ProTrek family is the PRW3000 and it is a jewel with no jewels. As a mechanical watch aficionado I tend not to wear quartz watches… maybe it’s snobbish of me or simply realizing that with limited time in each day, I just want to have something on my wrist that I appreciate and I find has soul. However, since I am also an active and practical person, I also make three exceptions to this rule: Garmin sports watches; Swatch watches; and Casio watches…
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Not long after the introduction of their latest ProTrek flagship, the PRW3000, Casio has announced a new entry-level model that also features the updated Triple Sensor V3 technology.
Along with a host of other watches Casio releases the Lightning Yellow collection for the 30th Anniversary of G-Shock. As they say, they intended to capture the ‘G-Shock toughness’ in this shockingly vivid color, and that ‘this collection seamlessly combines the legendary shock resistant structure with high performance functionality.’
Announced just recently at G-Shock’s ‘Shock The World’ event in New York, this new piece is dedicated to Eminem (who performed at the event) and is officially called the GDX6900MNM-1. It is now part of the ‘newly-revamped’ XL-6900 family – an almost 10% bigger, enhanced version of the very popular 6900 series
Casio has announced a new addition to their Master of G collection, the GW9400 Rangeman. Essentially a step up from a Mudman or GW9200 Riseman, the Rangeman employs a similar case design but incorporates most of the features normally associated with the Pro Trek series.
Keeping with their tradition of going over the top, Casio announced not one or two – but almost a dozen new lines, models, and special editions. Also teased were new “Ultimate G-Shock” models coming in the next year: the Ultimate Iceman; Ultimate Heatman; and Ultimate Frogman. We will go into more detail with each in the near future, but for now, here’s a quick overview of new highlights from G-Shock.
Among the traditional watch makers now delving into the world of Bluetooth-enabled smartwatches, Casio has produced rather solid products thus far. In 2011, Casio released the G-Shock GB-6900 collection (debuted by aBlogtoWatch here), which marked a new strategy for the maker of the world’s arguably most versatile watches.
Because Casio didn’t think that making a watch with a breathalyzer was enough, it needed to make one in collaboration with a Vodka maker. Yes, it is true, the irony of the Ciroc X G-Shock watch is that the timepiece is there to prevent you from drinking too much of what Ciroc produces.
It makes us happy to see Casio continually improving its G-Shock collection of watches, and in this review we take a look at the Aviation GW-A1000 (GWA1000-1A).
Casio has been busy updating some of their most popular lines and we are seeing that work come to fruition when looking at all their Baselworld 2013 releases. Welcome in the great-looking Edifice EQW-A1200 timepiece family. Not only are the G-Shocks getting new editions, so too, are the Pro Trek watches we’ve covered and the Edifice…
The Casio PRO TREK PRW-3000 for 2013 has been announced, and let me tell you why I am particularly interested. In a nutshell Casio has released a smaller, sleek looking, very capable PRO TREK watch with improved sensors (at a reasonable price).
It’s Baselworld, the time of genuinely fascinating new watch releases, and Casio does not want to disappoint. New models in the Gravity Defier series have been announced: they are heavily loaded with technology and are built to resist such centrifugal forces only fighter pilots could submit them to…
This recognized and beloved timepiece just turned 30-years-old and Casio is celebrating with a limited edition of 5,000 pieces… The limited edition watch’s back plate is engraved with the 30th Anniversary logo designed by Brooklyn based graphic artist Eric Haze…
It was a delightful surprise when I was contacted by Ariel, and was told that I won the monthly drawing contest for a Casio Protrek watch from aBlogtoWatch. While I like to consider myself a watch enthusiast, I had to admit that I had a severe lack of adventure/sport watches.
Congrats to Brian S. of Carol Stream, Illinois who won the Casio ProTrek PRG550 watch we gave-away on aBlogtoWatch last month in February. Don’t forget to enter for this month’s YES Inca watch giveaway right here on aBlogtoWatch.
You have about one day left to enter for a chance to win this cool Casio ProTrek PRG550 “go anywhere, do anything” multi-sensor watch (here) on aBlogtoWatch.
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