Reviewed today is the Casio G-Shock GS-1200-1AJF. We’ve done a fair number of G-Shock reviews here on WatchReport, but this one might be the most unusual to date. To give you an idea why, here’s the specifications for the GS-1200:
* New tough movement calibre 5046 assembled on a new factory line just for this line. (More on this below.)
* Solar powered with six-month power reserve.
* Radio-set, six bands (US, UK, Germany, Japan x2, China).
* Hour, minute, second, date (with a neat matching red date wheel as shown).
* Settable timezone in 1-hour increments (if you need fractional you have to disable automatic time setting).
* Stainless steel case with screwed caseback.
* Resin strap.
* 200m (660ft) water resistant.
* Luminous material applied to hands and hour markers.
* 46mm by 14.1mm, 87g weight.
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