In April 1983, Casio published their first Casio G-Shock watch. The Casio G-Shock DW-5000C was developed to be dropped from the surface of a structure without breaking. This fresh G-Shock watch was exceptional in its layout.
Casio had described a brand new watch class with no competitor within this niche product kind. In the following ten decades, these bigger g shock watches in Kuwait became fashionable and sought after globally.
The good character of Casio's G-Shock brand combined with increasing performance appealed to sports fans, manual workers, and people who have an adventurous streak.
The G-Shock range was becoming a Casio phenomenon. Subsequently, in 1994, a range of G-Shock watches aimed at women was launched.
Dubbed the Baby-G, these ladies watches came in a range of feminine colors and displayed digital motifs in line with current trends. The other features mirrored those of the preceding men's lines; shock-resistant and water-resistant with a variety of digital functions. You can choose brands like Albatel Brothers to buy the best Casio watches.
Modern Casio G-Shock watches and Casio Baby-G watches come in either digital or analog formats or even a combination of the two. They have a feature set that typically includes:
– Water resistant to varying degrees
– Shock resistant
– Countdown Timer
– Alarms (hourly and up to 5 daily alarms)
– Automatic day/date changing
– World Time
– EL backlight
Besides these relatively standard features, the Casio G-Shock range has watches aimed at specific activities that include features directly aimed at that pastime. These additional specialist features can include:
– Tough Solar (solar powered watch charging)
– Wave Ceptor (automatic time correction via atomic clock)
– Digital compass
– Moon age display
Casio achieve this by ingenious use of modern watch-making materials such as titanium, rubber, resin and stainless steel. G-SHOCK watches typically consist of layers of these materials to ensure strength and resistance to shocks.
Stainless steel and titanium bracelets use strong push-button deployment clasps for security and water resistant rubber or Velcro straps are used on other models for comfort. A toughened mineral watch glass is recessed as are the watch pushers thus reducing the possibility of them being knocked and damaged or broken.