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Friday, November 16, 2012

EDC: CASIO G-SHOCK GW2310BD *Limited Edition*


If you liked the watch I showed you guys a couple years ago and ended up buying one, I’ve got some good news for you…





So that ones gone and pretty expensive even when buying used. This would be the closest you can get to that with a current production GShock:

Casio Men’s GW2310FB-1CR G-Shock Shock Resistant Multi-Function Watch



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5 comments:

Ryan said...

Had a G Shock. It flaked out and for reasons I am not clear on the alarm stopped working. Ended up replacing it with a $30 Timex Ironman that I have had for almost a year.

Between the two I would take the $30 Timex Ironman.

mushroom said...

YMMV, as they say. I have two Casios -- a $5 one I got with a 10-year battery that is absolutely bullet-proof and keeps great time. It's my "rough work" watch.

I also paid $90 for a G-Shock Solar that is my everyday/office/dress watch. I have been very happy with it as well. The Solar has the atomic sync so I never worry about resetting for DST, just adjust the timezone when traveling. And it looks good.

Anonymous said...

The watches worth getting these days are gps watches the garmin fenix one comes with a altimeter, barometer and compass too. Never get lost and they serve as a backup to the gps/compass on your smartphone. They have all a normal digital watches functions too.

Anonymous said...

The Wall Street Journal on Nov. 19th had an insightful article entitled "Argentina Runs Out of Other People's Money" which describes the failures of President Cristina Kirchner who behaves much like Hugo Chavez and Barrack Obama.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323551004578118980029057450.html

Steve said...

Basic but tough, compared to swiss army cheap.
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