Casio Men’s GShock GIEZ Series MultiBand Solar Atomic

This Casio men's G-Shock watch has a classic analog display but is filled with high-tech features. The stainless steel case is shock resistant and houses a black dial that has white dashes for...read more

$300.00
$300.00

Average Customer Rating

   4 out of 5
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Product Features

  • Quartz movement
  • Tough Solar Power; Shock Resistant; Auto EL Backlight with Afterglow
  • World Time - 29 times zones (30 cities), city code display, daylight saving on/off
  • Water resistant up to 660 feet (200 M)
  • Water-resistant to 660 feet (200 M)

Product Description

This Casio men's G-Shock watch has a classic analog display but is filled with high-tech features. The stainless steel case is shock resistant and houses a black dial that has white dashes for indexes. Three sub-dials provide chronograph functionality, and there is a date window between the four and five o'clock positions. The watch runs on solar power, and will last for four months on a full charge without need for further sunlight. The watch calibrates itself to the official US atomic clock for unsurpassed accuracy. The watch has a daily alarm, world time for 29 time zones, and a calendar pre-programmed until the year 2099. It has a black resin band and is water resistant to 660 feet (200 meters). It is covered by a manufacturer's 1-year warranty.

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5 Responses to “Casio Men’s GShock GIEZ Series MultiBand Solar Atomic”

  1. Thomas says:

    Bad @ss watch that has no parallel for the price!
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    This Casio is solar powered, has atomic time keeping, is 200m water proof, has a perpetual calendar (day/date) programed to 2099, has a chronograph (to 1/20th sec.) that can be paused, has 1 daily alarm, supports 29 world time zones, and it’s an awesome looking G-Shock that is fully analog! All of its features are useful and work as intended. This watch simply can’t be beat for the price!

    Other reviewers have commented that it’s complicated: it is. Get over it though, seriously. You don’t buy a watch like this for its looks alone; you buy it because of the features it has. Take a little time and go through the manual. After a short get-to-know session with the watch and a few visits to the manual you will be able to easily do all you will ever need to do with it. It’s a high tech watch so there is a learning curve to be expected.

    Several reviewers have mentioned that the alarm is quiet: it is. Just plan on using it only as a “reminder alarm” and not relying on it as a “wake-up alarm”. Low alarm volume is typical of most wristwatches anyway.

    Some reviewers have stated that the hands move slowly when adjusting the alarm or switching between time zones. They’re a little bit slow but personally I enjoy watching the 5-motor technology at work. If you are too impatient to wait for the hands to move while you change the settings you shouldn’t buy a feature packed analog watch like this one; go with a basic analog or get a digital watch instead.

    One reviewer said that the 24 hour dial (upper left) doesn’t do anything. That is not correct. In regular time keeping mode the dial displays a.m. and p.m. and it’s useful for a no-math-involved conversion to military time. In stop watch mode it counts the hours elapsed. Those features may be considered trivial to some but it is incorrect to say the dial does nothing.

    As another reviewer noted the chronograph minutes are difficult to read accurately since there are only 5 minute interval hatch marks on the upper right dial. This is a minor downfall but after getting accustomed to reading the chronograph minutes dial and checking it carefully, it is entirely possible to get an accurate reading. If the main reason you were interested in this watch was for its chronograph, you may want to reconsider.

    My favorite things about this watch: It is super comfortable; it’s easy to read at a quick glance; it shows the day and date; it’s solar powered; the atomic time keeping works great and makes transitions to and from daylight savings a breeze. It is also easy to clean and keep looking like new. I have been wearing this watch every day for a several months now and it barely shows any signs of wear. I also like that this Casio doesn’t have any stuff I won’t use like a tachymeter or tide graph. The one thing I would like this watch to have that it doesn’t is a light.

  2. Systeme Meditech says:

    Good timepiece but can’t do anything else
    Rating:3 out of 5 stars
    Nice looking watch with lots of functions that can’t be used.

    Takes a long time to move to the alarm, or world time functions.

    Chrono time can’t be read accurately.

    Alarms…can’t be heard unless you hold the watch up to your ear.

    I’ve taken the watch all over the city and haven’t been able to sync it yet.

    I love watches and this one looks great so, for the price, I won’t send it back. But if I had to do it again, I wouldn’t buy this one. Casio has so many other great products, don’t waste your money or time on this one.

  3. C. Michael Watkins says:

    Casio G-SHOCK Giez
    Rating:4 out of 5 stars
    Great looking watch, feels and looks solidly made – very “macho” while maintaining a degree of quality and class that is missing in many other very expensive brands.

    With an attractive design, lots of function and clear function layout, it is, for the (Amazon) price, excellent value.

    On the downside, rather too chunky – sits high on the wrist which makes it prone to snagging – and the resin band gets “itchy” if worn tightly enough to eliminate too much slack.

    I find the day function symbols a little too small for my ageing eyes

    The operations guide is confusing at first and procedures for taking advantage of all the functions appear a little complex – it took some time before I could understand the different modes and get comfortable enough to use most of the functions. After 6 weeks I still could not use them all without going back to the manual. The stop-watch function is certainly intuitive, however.

    Synching with the Atomic time server is rather hit or miss – especially, for US buyers, if outside the 600 mile signal radius from Fort Collins, CO – but the accuracy and reliability of the watch appears to make any gap between synchs moot.

    Alarm beep is almost inaudible with no apparent volume control and doesn’t work at all when following some function procedures (on my watch) – like setting “Home City” which requires you to “hold down A for about 5 seconds until alarm beeps twice”

    Despite the above, I am becoming much more comfortable with the functions as time goes on and am increasingly pleased with my purchase of this watch.

  4. Sudhakar Mishra says:

    Awsome Watch For Frequent Travellers
    Rating:4 out of 5 stars
    This is a really nice watch for people who travel frequently.

    Pros:

    1) Looks & Finish

    2) Functionality

    3) Ruggedness (Its G-Shock!)

    Cons:

    1) Difficult to operate.

    Its difficult to operate & takes a lot of time in setting up (that’s the reason I gave it 4 stars), but you’ll get used to it.

    Well, in a crux, its a value for money watch with loads of fuction & style. Go for it….!

  5. Hernan Mendez says:

    Good Product
    Rating:4 out of 5 stars
    Excellent Product, however, It would be better if it come with a stainless Steel belt.

    Regards

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