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Casio G-Shock

For local G-Shock fans, you can pick up the G-Shock catalog at the Casio Wrist Technology shops. I managed to pick a copy recently.

Inside, you will find most of the G-Shock models that are sold in Singapore. The Master of G series with the Mudman and Gulfman in their current offerings is my favorite G-Shock line. They are described as "the ultimate G-Shock built for use in the world’s harshest environments".

The catalog includes pictures to illustrate the features of the Mudman and Gulfman.


Click on any thumbnail to see a larger image

Besides the Master of G series, the Street Classic series is another line that I like.

Included in the Street Classic series are the Mudman’s with camouflaged strap and the full camouflaged G-5500 models.
 

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2 responses to “Casio G-Shock

  1. Casio G-ghock 29/11/2011 at 11:26 am

    Ola! Yeomansweblog,
    Thanks, on a related note, Casio G Shock watches are tough enough to stand up to the abuse that you deal out when enjoying a rugged outdoor life. The entire range of G Shock watches are shock resistant and made of extra dense materials that can withstand knocks, mud, water and sweat and still look great. Casio watches are popular for classic style and innovative design and the G Shock watches continue this tradition. G Shock bezels and straps are made from a dense heavy duty resin that will not only survive the abuse of an active lifestyle, but cleans easily to keep the watch looking like new for years to come.
    Cheerio

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